Guest: Little Pim Language Learning DVD Set Giveaway 11/6 Daily US

Welcome to the Little Pim Language Learning DVD Set Giveaway

Hosted by: Savory Savings

Sponsored by: Little Pim

With our ever-changing world and commerce, it is more important than ever to speak more than one language.  The earlier we start a second (or maybe third?) language, the easier it is to grasp, so many people recommend starting with children from birth with hearing two languages to improve the integration of the language and over all comprehension.  Krista over at Savory Savings speaks Spanish fluently, while her husband does not know a perro from pero (dog from “but” – the conjunction people, not the other one!) She shared her thoughts on the Little Pim Language Learning DVD series over on her site and you can see how this DVD series, aimed at the 0-6 crowd can help build vocabulary in both languages and promote language confidence!  By immersing children in language during entertainment, they hardly notice they are learning and suddenly are using phrases in other languages!

Little Pim is currently available in the following languages:

  • Spanish
  • French
  • Chinese
  • Italian
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Arabic
  • Hebrew
  • Russian
  • English
  • Portuguese

You can pick up a Little Pim language discovery set (4 DVD’s and a Little Pim Panda plush!) right now for under $35!  During the holiday season, Little Pim is offering 20% off with coupon code LPHOLIDAY!  If you can’t wait for online shipping, Little Pim in Spanish, French and Chinese languages can be found at your local Toys R Us!

Now for the giveaway: One lucky person will win a 3-pack of Little Pim in the language of your choice. This is open to US and ends 11/06/2013 @ 11:59 pm est. To enter, Simply do the tasks on the Giveaway Tools widget below and you're set to have a chance to win! Remember you can't win if you don't enter. It only takes one entry to win!

Good Luck, SaraLee's Deals Steals & Giveaways Readers! Thanks for entering!

This giveaway has ended.
Entries: 27271
Amber Hale is the winner!

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27 thoughts on “Guest: Little Pim Language Learning DVD Set Giveaway 11/6 Daily US

  1. I learned that they recommend “babies and toddlers to watch at least two five-minute episodes two to three times a week, and for older children to watch the whole DVD”

  2. I saw that they had a 3 day sale of 25% off, They also have 11 languages available for customers to choose from. NICE!

  3. Research shows that learning a second language also leads to kids achieving higher in school subjects later on.

  4. I was learned (per their website) that according to Dr. April Benasich, Little Pim Advisor and Director of the Infancy Studies Laboratory at the Center for Molecular & Behavioral Neuroscience, Rutgers University: “Babies and young children have incredible early learning skills and are uniquely equipped to learn the building blocks of one or more languages starting at birth.

    The developing brain unconsciously tracks the sounds and contours of the languages that surround them, noting the patterns and the subtle differences between sounds. This is an ideal time to introduce foreign languages to kids and to encourage cross-linguistic learning.”

  5. I learned that the recommendation is for babies and toddlers to watch at least two five-minute episodes two to three times a week, and for older children to watch the whole DVD- to really begin grasping the Little Pim teachings.

  6. I learned, that as a teaching method with the DVD, they encourage parents and teachers to- Make up games that help your child remember the words they are learning. You can play “I spy” and insert foreign language words (“I spy a ballon rouge”) or see how many objects you can name at the dinner table or in their bedroom. Post-its with the names of objects in the house are also fun for kids. Make them together as an activity.

  7. i would love to try out the russian language, something i know hardly anything about, thank you!

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