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Is there a simple baby tv show?

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oophmoosey · 13/10/2020 15:55

Without all the erratic behaviour?
My 10 month old loves a little bit of telly time in the daytime but all the shows I've found are erratic, fast paced and a bit too much for her to get a good look at.

She liked the early Pocoyo episodes - they were simple and slow paced (she likes to stare for a while to take things in) but the later ones are a bit much for her (too fast - loses interest quickly).

Any suggestions for anything slow paced and simple?

Thank you for reading.

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Missmonkeypenny · 13/10/2020 15:57

Baby Neptune on YouTube is nice, even though it's very old!

Ali657 · 13/10/2020 16:02

The baby club on CBeebies is good

Thatwentbadly · 13/10/2020 16:03

Definitely look at ceebies. Hey Duggee is great.

Michaelbaubles · 13/10/2020 16:06

Is Baby Jake still on? Very repetitive, slow paced, nice to look at and no real story to have to follow. Both of mine liked that when they were very little.

GoldenOmber · 13/10/2020 16:10

Hushabye Lullaby on CBeebies

Baboutheocelot · 13/10/2020 16:17

The baby club
Twirly woos

FunTimes2020 · 13/10/2020 16:18

Now teen DD was captivated by Pingu at that age Smile

oophmoosey · 13/10/2020 16:18

Thank you, I'll have a look

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Twizbe · 13/10/2020 16:18

Another vote for the baby club.

Most of CBeebies is worth a look really.

LeeMiller · 13/10/2020 16:20

Baby Einstein on youtube - daft name but DS loved all the animal episodes especially.

munchmunchly · 13/10/2020 16:27

Sarah and Duck is lovely, but what about Peppa pig might be six months too young for these . We watch Baby club.

weepingwillow22 · 13/10/2020 16:31

My 11 month old likes the Barefoot Books songs on youtube. The actual physical books are also great and I found watching the songs first made him more interested in looking at the books with me.

LittleRa · 13/10/2020 16:33

Do you have Sky? There’s a channel called BabyTV that plays programmes that are mostly colours and shapes with musical background, sometimes pictures of animals etc and occasional stories.

YouCantBeSadHoldingACupcake · 13/10/2020 16:34

Coco melon, will drive you nuts but baby dd loves it

AriettyHomily · 13/10/2020 16:34


dontcallmelen · 13/10/2020 16:37

Baby club, twirly woos & a patchwork one can’t think of the name of all on CBeebies.

Juniperandrage · 13/10/2020 16:44

Puffin Rock on Netflix is lovely. Also seconding Hushaby lullaby

ArgyllFTM · 13/10/2020 16:51

Mr Rogers Neighbourhood is a lovely old American kids show - very slow paced and calm. Lots of real life situations (painting a picture, visiting a restaurant) which is great for littles :) free episodes here:

TheVanguardSix · 13/10/2020 17:00

The Clangers (especially the Eggbot episode!).
I second Twirlywoos and Baby Jake. In the Night Garden was a big hit for my two younger ones (who are now 6 and 10).

On Youtube, these Eric Carle short films based on his books (The Very Hungry Caterpillar, The Very Quiet Cricket, and others) are excellent. I'll link you here (Illuminated Films).

IhaveaBigBum · 13/10/2020 17:01

Little baby bum. Nursery rhymes and a bit educational

ImaSababa · 13/10/2020 17:33

We like The Baby Club. Although be warned - the theme song is a total ear worm.

oophmoosey · 14/10/2020 19:53

Thanks everyone Smile

I've had her watching Hushabye Lullaby so far and will check out others Smile

I don't know if I can take another ear worm theme tune anymore haha Grin

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LittleRa · 14/10/2020 19:57

[quote ArgyllFTM]Mr Rogers Neighbourhood is a lovely old American kids show - very slow paced and calm. Lots of real life situations (painting a picture, visiting a restaurant) which is great for littles :) free episodes here:[/quote]
@ArgyllFTM Have you seen Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood on Netflix? It’s a pre-school children’s spin off cartoon of Mr Rogers’ Neighbourhood. It’s very cute

Sunbird24 · 14/10/2020 19:57

Moon & Me on BBC

hellolittlebaby · 14/10/2020 20:04

Baby club - a singy songy baby club

Tik Tak - no talking, just videos of things to stimulate a baby's vision and help improve their cognitive skills (apparently)

Moon & Me - plinky plonky music and stories

In The Nught Garden - as above.

All ceebeebies. Latter two technically for night time but my 9 month old little girl loves them whenever. I put on an episode and it buys me 20 minutes to do the pots and tidy up while she's in her high chair haha

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