My Very First

Series 2

Series 2, Episode 5 - Month 4 - Movement

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Join four-month-old Annie-Rose and Theo as they discover and explore the world around them through movement. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 2, Episode 4 - Month 3 - Smiling

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Join Charlie, Etti and their families as they discover the world around them at three months old and learn what makes them both smile! Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 2, Episode 3 - Month 2 - Comfort

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Join Matilda, Samuel and their families as they discover the world around them at two months old.

Series 2, Episode 2 - Month 1 - Hearing

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Join Stevie and Conor as they begin to discover the world of sound and see how their hearing is developed. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 2, Episode 1 - Month 0 - Newborn

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Join Phinehas and Charlie as they wait for their newborn baby brother or sister to arrive and explore their first month of life. Remember, every child develops differently.
Series 3

Series 3, Episode 10 - Month 19 - Self-care

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Join 19-month-old Jac and Jemima as they discover the world around them and start to learn how to care for themselves. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 9 - Month 18 - Hand-Eye Coordination

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Join 18-month-old Teisha and Hudson as they discover the world around them and practice their hand-eye coordination. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 8 - Month 17 - Discovery

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Join 17-month-old Alexander and Cianna as they discover the world around them and explore one leaf at a time. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 7 - Month 16 - Memory

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Join 16-month-old Isaac and Ije as they discover the world around them and make magical memories. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 6 - Month 15 - Copying

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Join Francis and Esme as they discover the world around them and try their hand at mimicking what they see. Remember, every child develops differently.
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