Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) October 17, 2011
The life expectancy of a child’s favorite DVD can be quite short. Young children aren’t so good at remembering to put their DVDs away, often leaving them in the path of trikes, trucks, and toddler stampedes. DVDs fall prey to imaginations (Watch my flying saucer go!) and experiments (Look how nicely this fits the toaster!). Despite the abuse they dish out, children often rely on their favorite DVDs to help them calm down before nap time, or endure a long car ride. That’s why the death of a favorite DVD can be devastating.
Now parents can avoid this scenario when they purchase a digital copy of their child’s favorite Signing Time and Baby Signing Time DVDs. “With the new Signing Time Digital on Demand service, our customers can start viewing videos within 30 minutes of their purchase,” says Lindsey Sorenson, Web Marketing Director at Two Little Hands Productions. “They can watch the video on their computers and compatible mobile devices. But no matter what happens, they always have a digital backup, so they never have to worry about the video getting lost or damaged.”
Signing Time on Demand is:
1. Easy: The free software is easy to download and the digital player is easy to use.
2. Instant: Downloaded videos can be viewed instantly on computers and compatible mobile devices.
3. Safe: Videos are stored in the cloud, so they are accessible from anywhere at any time.
“We are very excited about Signing Time on Demand because it gives our customers lots of options,” Sorenson explains. “They can purchase a DVD, or purchase the instant download – or they can get both, which is the best deal. For a few extra dollars, parents and teachers can have the peace of mind of knowing that if their DVD gets buried in the sand box, they have a back up in the cloud.”
ABOUT SIGNING TIME AND TWO LITTLE HANDS PRODUCTIONS
Signing Time and Baby Signing Time DVD series, produced by Two Little Hands Productions, teach American Sign Language (ASL) signs in a fun and easy way to children of all ages and abilities. For more information, please visit http://www.signingtime.com.