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Have Fun with Languages with Little Pim #MommyMomentGifts #Giveaway

Little Pim DVDs were dreamed up by Julia Pimsleur Levine who wanted an educational and fun way of teaching her 2 children multiple languages.  These top quality, fun DVDs are aimed at babies and young children.

The Little Pim DVD collection covers 12 different languages:

  • Spanish
  • French
  • Chinese (Pinyin)
  • Italian
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Arabic
  • Hebrew
  • Russian
  • English ESL
  • English ENG
  • Portuguese

Little PimLittle Pim uses a lovable panda bear, who is the “teacher.”  Little Pim invites children to join him as they learn the language of choice along with real children.  Your child(ren) will learn while watching real children enjoy everyday activities such as playing, eating and waking.

Each DVD is spoken by someone of that native language, so you know that your child is learning the language the way the words should be spoken.  Each Little Pim DVD focuses on 60 words and phrases that are typically in a toddler’s language.

Little Pim has individual DVDs, sets of 3 DVDs and also gift packs in each of the 12 languages.

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1 Mommy Moment reader will WIN a Little Pim DVD in the language of their choice!

**Open to Canadian & US Residents**

(All #MommyMomentGifts giveaways will run exactly 3 weeks.  Winners will have 72 hours to claim their prizes)

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Mommy Moment Gifts

Viv Sluys

Sunday 30th of December 2012

Congratulations to Jonnie! I bought Little Pim Spanish! I can hardly wait for it to get here!!

Jody @ Mommy Moment

Sunday 30th of December 2012

Awesome! I'm sure you will love it!

Lisa R

Friday 28th of December 2012

english please

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Kimberly B

Friday 28th of December 2012

We would love the french dvd

Heather R

Friday 28th of December 2012

I would choose either Italian or Spanish

michelle warner

Friday 28th of December 2012

i would choose spanish, i think that would be the best for the world we live in