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Thursday, December 12, 2013

Little Pim Foreign Language Set




Have you ever wanted to have your small children (birth to 6 years) learn another different language but you can’t teach them alone? Little Pim has made that option available. Little Pim contacted me and asked if I wanted to review their program. I am fluent in Spanish already but still thought it would be a great opportunity have Fallon learn on her level.



I received the volume 1 which includes 3 DVD’s in Spanish of Eating and Drinking, Wake up Smiling, and Playtime.  I liked that the lessons are really geared towards children, especially the young children that have the low attention spans. Each section is only a few minutes so when you want to go back and find it later, it’s really easy to do.

We are currently working with Fallon on the Spanish, but since she doesn’t have a vocab yet it’s slow. She does sign words and we are working on corresponding the Spanish and English with the sign language to help her communicate. So far she seems to be doing really well with it. I hope she can be fluent in Spanish like myself as it’s such a great skill to have.





If you buy a complete language set from Little Pim you get so much for your money. You get the DVD’s, books, flashcards, posters and an option to buy the downloads if you want as well. It’s an investment for the whole sets, but when you look at it as teaching your child a skill they can use their entire life, it’s well worth it.



Little Pim is being very generous and giving one lucky winner a 3 pack in the language of their choice. Please use the giveaway tools below for your chance to win.


For a limited time you can receive 20% off product on the Little Pim website with the promo code: LPHOLIDAY. You can also buy the sets at Toys R Us. 





Chances of winning depend on entries received.
Open to US residents 18 years and older
All entries will be verified

Winner has 48 hours to reply to this notification email or another winner will be selected








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14 comments:

  1. I would choose French, because I learned it in highschool and I think it would be fun to get a refresher while teaching it to my boys as well. :) Thanks for the chance!

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  2. i would pick spanish because we are half spanish and i want both my girls to learn spanish.

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  3. I would pick Spanish. That is one of the few languages offered at our school.

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  5. I would love to have Spanish because it is so important for children to learn a second language.

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  6. I'd pick Spanish because I think it would be the most useful to my ilttle one

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  7. I would pick Spanish because we live in California and there are so many Spanish speaking people around here.

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  8. german... I took a few classes in high school.

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  9. I would love to introduce my children to a different language.

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  10. Ashley Chassereau ParksSunday, December 15, 2013

    I would choose Spanish because I can speak/understand a basic level of Spanish. I think being able to speak a little with my child after she uses the video(s) would help her learn even more! :)

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  11. I would choose Spanish I think it would be beneficial for my niece to be bilingual living in TX

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  12. Spanish because it would be the best for my son

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  13. Probably spanish.

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