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Little Pim is a fun, award-winning series designed to introduce foreign languages to babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Parents who teach their young children a second language see the benefits in their children’s accent, grasp of vocabulary and ease of learning. The 35-minute DVD features seven five minute episodes starring a lovable, animated panda.
DVD # 1 - Eating and Drinking: Spanish Language for children 0- 5 years old. In this Spanish DVD for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers see Little Pim and children making and eating food while having a great time discovering new tastes. This DVD introduces more than 60 Spanish words and phrases for mealtimes.
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Comments about Little Pim Fun with Languages Spanish Wake Up Smiling DVD 2:
My son entered kindergarten a few months ago and was so ahead of the rest of his peers when they began learning Spanish because of Little Pim! He came home so happy because he already knew most of the vocabulary words they were learning. I highly recommend this product: its been so effective in getting him started on Spanish, and watching the DVDs are one of his favorite activities.
Comments about Fun with Languages Spanish Wake Up Smiling DVD 2:
I like the way they thought about making different little scenes, so it's convenient to just watch one or two chapters and return later to catch up with the rest of the DVD.
I got the DVD when trying to expose my 13 months old to more Spanish. My child can relate to the kids and says words like "la bunfanda" on her own when wearing a scarf.
I also get to brush up on some spanish words and pronunciation too. It's fun.