Little Pim Review

I’ve blogged before about wanting to introduce my children to foreign languages because I feel its very valuable and important for their development. We got a chance to review a Little Pim digital download.  We got Little Pim Chinese on my iPad so the kids could watch it when we are in the car or when they are home and just relaxing.  My first piece of advice is to get something that works well with your children.  I think my kids would watch a DVD longer but my toddler prefers spending time on the electronics.  That’s the good thing about Little Pim they offer their products on DVD or digital download.

The concept of the program is so simple and easy.  They break down each segment into five minute episodes to keep the kids attention span. All their language products aim to introduce 360 words to your child.  The program is designed to help your kids commit them to memory and use them in their every day life.  I watched the episodes first and picked the ones I wanted to start working on with my kids.  Right now we are working on the bedtime routine.  To help your child learn the language they show children speaking in the language you choose for your dvd/digital download.  In our case Chinese.  The kids are speaking in Chinese about the things they are doing.  They ask their parents questions and have conversations in Chinese.  When they introduce the name of an item they highlight that item and say the word so your child knows what the word means.

My children have loved learning the chinese words for some of the things during their night time routine and words for getting dressed.  I try to replay the episodes so they get repetition of the same words and phrases.  Soon they will start remember them and hopefully start using them.  Since I am watching and learning as well it helps them with conversation.  If you’re interested in learning more about this program find out how below.

Get Little Pim
You can buy the DVD online or get a digital download on their site.  You can also get it in the iTunes store or for Leapfrog App Store.
Sign up for a free trial.
Get 15% off New Years downloads when you buy from the site with code HAPPY2013
Get a free app download for Little Pim Word Bag in the iTunes store.
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Disclosure: I received a free digital download of Little Pim Learn Chinese for review.  All opinions expressed are my own and have not been influenced.
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Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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  1. says

    This sounds like a neat way to teach kids a language–something that is appealing too, which I’m sure makes a huge difference (I’ve never even tried!)
    Thanks for linking up with the #MTMmixer this week :)

  2. bonnie holt says

    I hve been looking for a program help teach my son a languag thank you so much i am going to be looking into this

  3. says

    Just learned about this today from another blog and absolutely will be taking a look at their site because I’d love to get my kiddos learning French soon. Thanks for sharing! :)

  4. says

    Chinese is a great language for your children to learn. This sounds like a great digital download. The bonus is you get to learn also!

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