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Kenzie is a sponge that absorbs every little iota of information given to  her.  She is currently bilingual with English and Korean.  She also loves watching Dora and Pocoyo in Spanish.  That's why when we received the Spanish Intro Gift Set from Little Pim, I knew Kenzie would want to dig right in.
 
 
 
 
The spanish language set includes: Spanish DVD (eating and drinking), book (Colors), Spanish Bop music CD featuring Dan Zanes and Milkshake, 9" velvety soft plush Little Pim panda and Fun, see-through Little Pim tote bag. Little Pim is designed for children 0-6 years of age when they are most pliable for learning languages.     

 
 
I put the CD on in the car on the way to preschool to get Kenzie used to the music.  It's friendly and upbeat and I'm sure Kenzie will enjoy it a bit more once she's learned the words and melodies.  Since she knows all her colors, the book is great for learning them in Spanish.  Kenzie enjoys the interaction with the book i.e. tabs to pull out.  The DVD is perfect for a beginner because it teaches the basics of eating and drinking.  What more do you need when you travel? It's also great because Kenzie can learn by listening and watching.  
 

The learning process is so easy and fun that I am also learning along.  I took 4 years of AP Spanish in highschool but that was definitely lost during college years.  I am determined to have Kenzie and Mason be trilingual :)
 
 

Buy It: You can purchase the Spanish Intro Gift Set for $39.95.
 
 
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39 comments:

  1. spanish but japanese looks interesting

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  2. English ESL “wake up smiling”

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  3. I am going to be different - I think I would get the Russian - it just sounds neat, and I bet I could learn too.

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  4. I'd love for my daughter to learn Japanese and I would try to learn along with her

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  5. I'd the Spanish DVD :)

    liz.ticona@yahoo.com

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  6. I would like in Portuguese or Italian.
    Thanks for the chance!

    raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

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  7. Probably Spanish since so many people speak it around where I live

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  8. Most likely Spanish, but I wouldn't mind German too!

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  9. Spanish :)

    Jessica Eaton Ledford
    cherriesjessilee at gmail dot com

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  10. I would choose the Spanish for kids “eating and drinking” (DVD 1).
    lajohnson555 at yahoo dot com

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  11. I would pick the french ones.

    knickgirl_3 at yahoo dot com

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  12. I would pick Spanish.

    Thanks
    sweetmelbelle31 at yahoo dot com

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  13. Spanish for kids “eating and drinking” (DVD 1)

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  14. I would pick French or Russian (I've always wanted to go to Russia & it would be nice to know the language:)

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  15. I'd pick Spanish, I know alittle but I don't do it with her!

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  16. Spanish for Kids In My Home DVD

    ayed2016 at aol dot com

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  17. I would probably pick Spanish, though I am inclined to go for the Russian. Probably eating and drinking or wake up smiling.

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  18. I would choose Spanish for kids “eating and drinking” (DVD 1)
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  19. Spanish!
    Bernadette Alvarado bmacalvarado@yahoo.com

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  20. My pick would be Chinese for kids "eating and drinking" (DVD 1). tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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