Bonjour lecteurs! Now more than ever, routines are back in place. You have probably found your schedule around school and work. If your younger children are still at home with you, it can sometimes be hard to find the right activity to do with them. Let me introduce you to BabyTV. I recently discovered the channel, and we checked it out with Stanley. Here are our thoughts.
What is BabyTV?
There are so many activities out there for your toddler to engage with and enjoy. But when it’s about TV programs, it can be overwhelming and full of average content.
We recently came across BabyTV and it’s such a lovely choice!
It’s basically a global TV channel and app that is made especially for toddlers and their parents. C’est parfait for your little ones or preschoolers to introduce and discover the world around them.
You are in for some colourful cartoons, funny characters, and high-quality shows that have been created with the help of child development experts. It’s made to be fun, engaging and a great resource to support your little ones’ growth and knowledge from a young age.
Un autre plus? It’s completely ad-free!
The BabyTV App
Simply download now the BabyTV app onto your device and you are in for a un programme coloré!
- it features over 350 episodes, songs & rhymes
- there are no ads, so no interruption while watching
- it’s also available in 14 languages if you are a famille bilingue like us
- new shows are added every month so that you keep getting new content
- you can even create your own playlist with your child’s favourite songs and series
- the app is free to download & includes a selection of free content
What do you think? Is it something you would like to test?
Our Frenchie Experience with The BabyTV App
It was easy to use and set it up. And even though it might not be for Stanley’s age, he was happy to sit down and have a look.
So, it’s a winner for me! He is quite opinionated and he would have told me if he found it boring!
As a parent, I like that there are so many options to watch and enjoy.
Our fave character is definitely Pierre the Painter as he is Frenchie 😇
The heroes are super sweet and it feels like a safe environment. I want him to use new technologies safely and I know that the content on BabyTV is right for children.
You have all sorts, like songs and rhymes, which is always un succés at this age. But also interactive content, which is more Stanley’s cup of tea.
Et bien sûr, you have all the vidéos classiques to learn numbers, letters etc. All the basics little ones can practise within the comfort of their home or out and about!
The BabyTV App – Le Verdict
The BabyTV App is a hit! I was worried that Stanley would not enjoy it as he is a bit older now. But he was curious to check it out and enjoyed some of the mini cartoons.
It’s colourful, well made and fun. Plus, easy to use and ad-free! This way, I know he can enjoy some great content and learn at the same time.
I am actually going to use it with him in French so that we can consolidate our French vocabulary.
It will certainly help with his spelling, but also give him some extra love for the French culture.
Such a versatile use!
So, if you have a toddler, you can use BabyTV to help have a positive impact on a their language and literacy development.
And if you have older siblings, why not try the app in another language and make it fun while learning new words?
It’s off to be one of our fave apps for infants and toddlers!
Let me know how you get on with it and what is your favourite show. Will you also use it to learn and practice a new language?