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Sounds at home for kids babies. First words for toddlers to read. Onomatopoeia for kids
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Babeez TV
Published 2 years ago |
In this cartoon for babies you’ll hear 16 different sounds at home. This cartoon focuses on onomatopoeic words–words that imitate sounds. After the spoken onomatopoeic word you will listen to the real noise of an electric appliance such as telephone, door bell, clock, microwave, fridge, kettle, etc. We hope that this video will be a fun way to help young children in their speech development. Clock goes tick tock. Camera goes click. Soup goes blub blub... How does a kettle sound?

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