Little Pim- Language Immersion DVD Review & Giveaway


As a parent we want to give our children a head start in life.  We give them the important nutrient rich food that will make them grow strong.  We research to find the best schools, daycares, and preschools.  I’m sure many of us even push for “educational” toys over simple action figures or dolls.  In today’s global economy it makes sense to teach your child a second language in an attempt to give them a “head start”.  When I was growing up we didn’t have the internet and the world seemed be a huge vast place.  Today with laptops, desktops, iPad’s, iPhones, and the like the world is literally at our fingertips.  My husband has meetings with people from China and India on a regular basis.  While he doesn’t speak any of the languages from these parts of the world he would certainly have an edge if he did.

My middle son is currently attending a Spanish class once a week.  Don’t be worried that I am over scheduling or demanding too much of my little guy.  I have no expectations for him to become literate in Spanish.  Rather the class is a great way to introduce my son to this language and culture.  The teacher does a great job of making the class fun with songs, games, and books.  And at his age fun is what it should all be about.  Learning can be fun if it is introduced in a child friendly way.

I recently had the opportunity to try the award winning Little Pim series.  Little Pim is a foreign language Immersion Method DVD and CD program for children ages 0-5.   What does Immersion Method mean?  It means there is no English used on the DVD, however there is an option to add English subtitles for parents if wanted.  NO ENGLISH!  Don’t be overwhelmed.  The videos are very basic and only use one to two simply words accompanying images of children.  These DVD’s play upon the simple truth that children like watching other children.  They are not doing anything amazing, but this normal behavior such as eating, playing, and drinking is interesting for kids.

While we watched the three DVD’s included in the gift set we received (it also included a little Pim (panda) bear)my son was excited to recognize words he was familiar with from his class.  He also really liked Little Pim the panda bear.  The panda is cute and makes funny faces in between sequences.   I highly recommend watching the DVD’s WITH your child.  We had a fun time guessing what the word or phrase was that they were talking about.  I feel like this DVD set has reinforced what my son is learning in his Spanish class and is giving him an extra degree of confidence with the language.

Check out this short video for a sample of Little Pim.

Little Pim is available in 10 languages: Spanish, French, Mandarin Chinese, Italian, German, English/ESL, Arabic, Japanese, Russian, and Hebrew.  I would love to own a Norwegian set.  Obviously there isn’t a great demand for this language, but it is my foreign language of choice because of family.  Incidentally these DVD’s would also be great for adults just beginning the process of learning a new language.

Here is a little additional information from the company.

The Little Pim series, winner of 22 awards, makes learning a second language fun and easy for young children. Research has shown that before the age of six, children can learn multiple languages with ease, and knowing two languages enhances memory and analytic skills. Little Pim’s unique Entertainment Immersion MethodTMhelps children learn by simply watching and repeating after Little Pim, the lovable panda and series teacher, while seeing real children play and interact. Children can learn 60 words and phrases per 35 minute DVD and over 360 words and phrases for all 6 DVDs. Flash cards, books and music CDs are also available to reinforce the vocabulary taught. Little Pim is fun for the whole family!

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One lucky Mama Report reader will win a gift set in their choice of language.

This includes three DVD’s and one Little Pim soft plushy toy.

Please use the Rafflecopter entry method provided.

Winner will be verified.

I received the above mentioned product for review purposes, all opinions are my own.


  1. Susie Perez says

    I would like my child to learn Spanish!

  2. I would love the Japanese one for my kids.

  3. Spanish!

  4. My son is in love with China?? He would love to speak Chinese

  5. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says

    I think Chinese is a very important language…I’m grateful that it’s offered in school now.

  6. Spanish or Chinese

  7. Christina Gould says

    I would like my children to learn Spanish. Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Shannon Baas says


  9. Spanish

    Sarah Walker

  10. I would love to have this for my girls!

  11. Spanish

  12. Spanish

  13. Jennifer Freeman says


  14. crystle tellerday says


  15. french

  16. I’d like kids to learn Spanish or Hebrew or both.

  17. Jennifer Meyer says

    Definately Spanish. I think she would use it the most.

  18. Spanish

  19. nephew should definitely learn Chinese

  20. Renee Bruno says

    I would choose German

  21. Spanish!

  22. Cantonese.

  23. Denise Taylor says

    I would love for my children to learn Spanish, it’s becoming so common that it will almost be a necessity by the time they are adults.

  24. Sharon Scott says


  25. i’d like them to learn chinese

  26. BreeAnna McManus says


  27. living in Texas I would say Spanish!

  28. Hebrew!

  29. Spanish

  30. sarah shult says


  31. Spanish and Mandarin Chinese

  32. italian!

  33. German.

  34. This sounds like so much fun

  35. Spanish!

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  36. I would love for my grandchildren to learn Arabic.

  37. I would like the Spanish set.

  38. We could really use german for my kids!

  39. I think children that speak French are the most adorable thing.

  40. Mary Dailey says

    I would like for my grandchildren to learn Spanish

  41. Christian Nunez says

    I would love it if my little sibs learned french! It’s a great languge and I could also use the practice! Haha, it’s hard finding someone to converse with in french around here.

  42. Tiffany taylor says


  43. Spanish

  44. I would love for my daughter to learn any of the languages, but my top 3 are Hebrew, Spanish, and Japanese.

  45. I would love for my kids to learn Japanese. They are 1/2 Japanese and we don’t know anyone who can teach us.

  46. I have three little ones and would love them to learn French which is my 2nd language.

  47. We would love to learn Spanish.

  48. i think this is a fantastic tool!

  49. kim harris says

    spanish or arabic

  50. I would like my children to learn Hebrew

  51. Jessica Hennings says


  52. Amanda Leach says

    French or Spanish!

  53. Im already teaching them Spanish so would LOVe the Mandarin Chinese. It’s good to teach them while young as they learn and retain so easily

  54. I’d pick French!

  55. I would choose Spanish.

  56. Debbie jackson says


  57. Joyce Raymond says

    I would love the Spanish version so I can learn also.

  58. jennifer king says


  59. Rosemary Baker says

    I would love to have the Arabic on so we could learn it together.

  60. I would love the Spanish version so I can keep up with my grandsons who are both immersed in Spanish in their school.

  61. Hebrew

  62. Jill Myrick says

    I would love to have the Spanish set.


  63. Would love to win this!

  64. I would like the spanish.

  65. spanish def. I’ll learn it with them and use it at work:) It would be awesome!

  66. I’d like my children to learn Spanish

  67. Ann Marie Walker says

    I would choose Spanish for my little ones.

  68. Ronalee Duncan says

    I would choose Spanish
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  69. Ronalee Duncan says

    I would choose Spanish
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  70. tamara childers says


  71. shirley pebbles says


  72. Angela Winesburg says

    We’d love to learn Spanish

  73. Debbie Terry says

    My granddaughter is two years old. She understands Spanish but my Spanish is not that good and there is no native speaker in the house. I would really like to have this – you can only watch so many episoded of Pocoyo

  74. Japanese

  75. Victoria Russell says

    Definitely Spanish! So useful!

  76. My niece and nephew would love to learn Spanish

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  77. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    I would wnat them to know spanish
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  78. I would like my daughter to learn more Spanish.

  79. Arabic

  80. Spanish

  81. Spanish

  82. Penny Kathleen says

    I would like for my son to learn French!


  83. Would love to learn

  84. Emily Dorigo says

    I want my kids to learn Spanish!

  85. I’d choose Russian since i took it in college & we could both use it, lol!

  86. I would love to help my daughter learn spanish!

  87. kathy pease says

    id like the spanish set

  88. Shannon Reyneveld says

    I’d love to learn dutch with my kids. Do you have that?

  89. I would love the French one…. I would love my baby to learn many languages and French is one of the most beautiful.

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  91. Cassandra Holdeman says

    Our family is trying to learn Spanish right now so this would be perfect.

  92. I want them to learn Russian as I can’t remember the language as well anymore

  93. I would like them to learn Spanish.

  94. I woould love my kids to learn Spanish and French

  95. French

  96. Italian.

  97. I would love to get Spanish for my kids.

  98. My kids are learning spanish, so that’s what I’d get!

  99. I would like my daughter to learn spanish as I think it would be very useful.

  100. Spanish for sure.

  101. I would love for the italian one. thanks

  102. Mandarin would be fun to learn.

  103. My daughter says French.

  104. Jennifer Mesa says

    I would like the Spanish set. Thank you for doing this giveaway.

  105. I would like for my niece to learn Spanish

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