“Peek-A-Boo, I See You” wants your children to know that objects still exist when you close your eyes. I didn’t know that object permanence was such a big subject until I had a child. By the time that a child hits a year old, it’s not that big of an issue more. Still, it’s fun to watch it blow their minds when they are younger.
The show also teaches prepositions. It takes a ton to show kids that things are under, behind and inside things. Peek-A-Boo works so well to show off that the world is open in a way that I don’t get from Joey’s Toybox. But, I guess that I don’t watch enough BabyFirst.
The DVD comes with no special features. However, the A/V Quality is far better than what I see on DirecTV. I don’t know if it’s the fact that BabyFirst is a smaller channel, but the video quality of the ads blows away the live programming. Hell, the Baby’s First Gym show looks like it was shot on a webcam. This disc looks far better and boasts a strong Dolby 2.0 track. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase to parents of young kids.
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