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Little Pim for your Little Linguist!

When I found out I was pregnant with my fist child I was determined for him or her to be bilingual.   One thing I always did was sit in font of the TV and listen to the news in tagalog. Yes, on the Filipino channel.  I, of course, couldn’t understand one word but all I wanted was for my baby to be exposed to the beautiful language.

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With the award winning products from Little Pim, one of the leaders in the industry, you can expose your child to many different languages with ease. With videos, cd’s, books and even apps for your phone or tablets, there really is a vast variety of learning tools with Little Pim.

You can choose from languages like French, German, Chinese (Pinyin), Italian, Arabic, Japanese, Hebrew, Portuguese and Russian.  Also English ESL and English ENG.   Including Spanish.  My kids are not trilingual or bilingual.  I have mentioned here before about my struggles with teaching my kids Spanish. They understand way more than they speak it.  Although, once in a while they do surprise me with a little Spanish here and there.

Little Pim has videos that are made up of 5 minute episodes. They are made like that so it can work with any child’s attention span.  Actually, this really works.   My 5 and 7 year olds were able to grasp some of the lessons and something strange happened.  Trust me when I say that this has never happened before.  They had  this look on their faces that made me believe they understood what was said by Little Pim, the panda teacher.  And the cd?  I think I embarrassed my kids by dancing to the wonderful, catchy tunes.  I am a sucker for nursery rhymes in Spanish.

I was so proud of them and super impressed with Little Pim.  If you are looking for new ways to introduce your kids to a new language, give Little Pim a try!

Research also proves that young children who learn a language before the age of five tend to have superior reading, writing, analytical and social skills, as well as more extensive vocabularies than their monolingual peers.- Little Pim





This is not a paid post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I recieed the products listed above to facilitate this review.

Liz Cerezo

Liz is a Mexican-American blogger living in Southern California. Married 19 years, and a mami to 3 kids, her content is inspired from living in and raising a multicultural familia. Liz has been blogging for more than 7 years, establishing herself as a nationally recognized Latina blogger. She often blogs in Spanglish and may throw in some Tagalog when talking about her hubby. You can also find her chit chatting away at @Liz_Cerezo on Twitter!

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