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- C$29 for US$60 worth of language-learning gift sets for kids
- C$45 for US$100 worth of language-learning gift sets for kids
Three-DVD gift sets that teach 180 words and phrases with the help of a plush Little Pim panda start at $59.95, a French deluxe gift set that adds a music CD and flash cards is $84.95, and a 60-word introductory Arabic DVD gift set that focuses on food vocabulary and includes a panda-printed onesie is $34.95. Children can learn more than 360 words and phrases with the six-DVD complete Spanish set with flash cards, music CD, two books, and panda plush for $169.95.
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The daughter of esteemed linguist and language-learning expert Dr. Paul Pimsleur, Julia Pimsleur Levine grew up in a bilingual French-English home. When she began to teach her young son French, she used her own skills as a filmmaker, teacher, and mom to help conceive Little Pim's.
Using a research-based audiovisual method, each video taps a child's hard-wired ability to learn another language before age six. Engaging their love for learning and play, the beginner-level videos immerse children in a foreign tongue, ensuring they retain a child-friendly vocabulary and hear real native accents along with their parent or guardian. Kids study and play along with books, flashcards, and CDs in languages such as Spanish, German, Russian, Chinese, and Hebrew, opening up bright futures and new opportunities whether or not they grow to be jet-setting entrepreneurs and diplomats.
Little Pim's language learning tools have garnered over 25 awards, including the National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval for many products, a Tillywig Toy Awards Brain Child award, and many more.
86% of 111 customers recommend
“Great product! Fun for kids and adults to learn a new language together.”
“Fantastic videos. Kids love them!!”
“Using it as a gift for Christmas so I don't know yet”