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Ciao! Learn a New Language with Little Pim #Review #Giveaway



Disclaimer:  I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review. 
I was not paid in any way to write this review.
All opinions are my own.

If you've been with me from the beginning you may have realized that I'm currently learning a foreign language. When mommy decided that she wanted me to learn something new we scoured the website trying to determine what would be best for me. What we found was Little Pim. We actually did a short review on our learning experience with Little Pim having purchased the French Backpack Plus edition which comes complete with the Little Pim Panda. You can check it out. We actually named it Bonjour! My Name is Madison. Well of course mommy did it in French. When it comes to learning a new language, Little Pim has the market covered for us little ones. When the company contacted me about doing a review for them we were excited. My French is coming along splendidly and mommy was actually thinking of introducing another language as well. Now what could we do? Mommy isn't a big fan of Spanish which is generally taught in schools anyway so that was out of the question. Now Italy is on her bucket list of places to visit so mommy decided that's what we were going to learn. Since we will be visiting Italy one day it was time to get a head start on learning the language.
I received the Italian 3 pack volume 1 and I have to say my love of languages has really increased thanks to Little Pim.


The Italian 3-Pak (Vol. 1) provides the perfect road map to begin your child’s language learning journey. With this 3-video, 21-episode set, your child can learn more than 180 basic Italian words and phrases.
  • Video 1: Eating and Drinking
  • Video 2: Wake Up Smiling
  • Video 3: Playtime
Starring Little Pim, the lovable animated panda, episodes combine animation and real kids, teaching simple Italian vocabulary to describe everyday activities.
Each video contains seven 5-minute episodes, which are paced to keep even the youngest learner engaged.
And since the 3-pak is available in DVD format, as a digital download, or both, your little ones can learn Italian at home or on the go!

$29.99 - Recommended age 0-6y


Research has shown that children learn languages naturally when they start at an early age. Their cognitive and verbal skills are also a lot better. That's why Little Pim is designed to teach kids at the time they learn best, under the age of six. Little Pim makes it so easy to learn. Their interactive Panda totally engages me and I couldn't tear my eyes away from the TV screen. As soon as I saw Little Pim I ran and got my own Little Pim Panda that I know is associated with the show.



While you're sitting watching the TV and learning you won't even know it because it's so much fun. I was learning without even realizing it. I had no idea that it would have been so easy. No I can't read but seeing the item on the screen along with hearing it reinforces what they are trying to teach to me. Seeing children do everyday things that I do as well really brings it home for me. It will for your little one as well. It's what makes Little Pim great for little ones. 



Now mommy knows that I'm comprehending because she would say a word in Italian and I would immediately know what it is in English. All thanks to Little Pim. It has only been a few weeks but my Italian language skills have totally blossomed just like my French. I love the Little Pim Series and can't wait to get another one of their languages. After all you're never too young to learn as mommy always says. Little Pim gets my Two Tiny Thumbs Up! 

Here's a video from the Little Pim's learning channel on YouTube of what I'm currently learning. 





Little Pim: Fun With Languages series is winner of 25 consumer and educational awards including the 2012 National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, 2012 Dr Toy Best Children's Products, 2011 Tillywig Brain Child Award, Dr. Toy 2011 Best Vacation Products, 2011 National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, Dr. Toy 2010 Best Audio Visual Award, Parent-to-Parent Adding Wisdom Award, the Creative Child 2010 Media of the Year Award, iParenting, Parents' Choice, and the AEP Award.  

If you're interested in getting your very own Little Pim language set you can certainly win one from us or if you can't wait, from December 3rd through December 19th, you can get 20% Off all products on the Little Pim website with free shipping for orders over $45!

If you're interested in the digital products there will also be a digital sale with 30% Off all digital products!  This sale starts on 12/20 and runs through 12/31.

You can also get 20% Off all products on the Little Pim website (at any time through 1/15/14) with the promo code: LPHOLIDAY.


Lastly, you can find Little Pim Chinese, French, and Spanish Discovery Sets at Toys R Us stores nationwide.

Now here are the ways you can connect with Little Pim:


Little Pim has decided to offer one of my reader their very own 3 pack DVD in their choice of language. Now your little one can learn a new language just like me. Giveaway is sponsored and will be delivered by Little Pim. Winner will be randomly selected by PunchTab and will have 48 hours to respond to the email sent. Failure to respond will mean forfeiting your prize and a new winner will be chosen. Buono fortuna!



Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."


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  1. I learned Italian when I was in high school and would totally love to try this with my girls. sO thank you so much for sharing and for the giveaway, too!! :)

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  2. I would love to try this out on the boys! My dad's side of the family is Italian so I wouldn't mind learning a little myself! Thanks for the awesome giveaway Madison!

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  3. It is so much easier to learn a foreign language when you are still very young and your brain is still like a sponge soaking up everything in site! I am glad to see that this company is around and is geared for the younger set!

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  4. It really is so much easier to learn when you're younger. I have a 2yr old little cousin and he speaks spanish because his dad's side of the family speaks it with him. I would love to get the French for him so he can learn another one. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. Its important to know different languages in todays world and its so easy to learn when your younger my 2 yr old daughter would benefit from this so much!! I would choose spanish thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize!!

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  6. I learned Spanish in high school and college and I loved it and, I still use it to this day. I would love for my daughter to learn Spanish now because I believe it will help her in the long run.

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  7. I think learning a new language is great! I would choose the Spanish.

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  9. This sounds like it really makes learning another language easy!

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  10. I think this is a cool new way for kids to learn a new language!

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  11. Great giveaway! Learning a second language is a great thing to teach children.

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  12. My son is in kindergarten right now and they have Spanish, I bet this would be a fun way to supplement it (and useful too!).

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  13. I love the idea of immersing kids in different languages when they are little. Studies show that they are more apt at becoming bilingual during these years.

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  14. I believe all kids should learn a different language. I wish I would have learned spanish. When we used to go to the islands sometimes they would make me ask for a beer in spanish. I did learn that one.!

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  15. We used little pim when the kids were younger to help them learn Spanish. Of course when we were in Mexican the kids wouldn't say anything in Spanish!

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  16. Be great to do it younger because the brain adapts easier, now brain is kinda stuck in one language mode

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  17. We live in a such a diverse community that my little one learns different languages every day. Kids get everything fast so learning programs always have huge benefits to kids. As fore verbal skills agree with you, kids pronounce the words perfectly and easily after only few tries.

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  18. Neither Nick nor I learned a foreign language (though both of us took a small amount of high school Spanish), and we wish we knew at least one other. We want our kids to grow up with at least a rudimentary knowledge of one or more additional languages, and we plan to start with Spanish since it's the most useful in the US. We're also very interested in Italian.

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  19. I think learning a new language is a very rewarding experience. I took Spanish in school, my son is taking French, and my daughter is trying to learn Spanish too.

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  20. It's so much easier to learn things when you are younger I think. Kids just absorb things easier, their minds are drinking it all in. These look like fun and creative learning DVD's for the kids

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  21. I think it's great that you're teaching her in such a young age on other languages. I believe it expands the mind, and it's easier to learn when you're a kid.

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  22. I think learning a new language while the kids are young is good. My boys are currently learning Spanish but I want them to learn Vietnamese since it is part of their culture.

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  23. I think learning a second language is very beneficial to children. I would choose Spanish!

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  24. I'm multilingual and enjoy learning languages myself. I've actually decided long ago that my kids will also speak 3 languages like myself since it's so beneficial in life. This is a great way to introduce a language & have them learn it rather naturally!

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  25. This is fantastic! I had no idea there was something like this for kids!!!

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  26. I think it is a great idea. I'd love my daughter to fluent in Spanish

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  27. My daughter and I are using Little Pim to learn Spanish! I love this program! Its so important these days for everyone to at least understand another language. Little Pim knows! ;)

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  28. If I had little ones, living where I do, I would want them to learn Spanish first. It would probably assist them greatly down the road especially with employment. However, I would love to learn French or Italian. This seems like a wonderful program.

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  29. I love Lil Pim videos that are so entertaining and educational at the same time. So Cute and a great way to learn different languages

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  30. We love the little pim products, we have a few and my daughter learns soo fast with them..Thanks for a wonderful review, I didn't know they had Italian. super cool..

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  31. Never heard of these videos, but I was always good at learning languages. Right now I always say I know 4.5 languages. I wish I knew ever more.

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  32. We should all teach our babies as many languages as possiable and make that a "new trend".

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  33. I love Little Pim. I have all the Hebrew ones for my daughter!

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  34. I think it's important to learn the languages of your neighbors - here in TX there a lot of Spanish speakers so we've been working on learning spanish since we moved here last year.

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  35. I think learning another language is very important, I would get French or Spanish as there are so many Spanish speakers living in our county

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  36. I would definitely get Spanish. I've always wanted to learn spanish and I have quite a few friends who do. It would be nice to finally get in on the conversation or at least get my toddler in on the conversation. :)

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  37. I would love to learn French. I took a class years ago and only know a few words and the alphabet.

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  38. I think it is essential to teach a child or learn at least one language bottom line- I think spanish would be a great choice since there are so many spanish speakers now!
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  39. i would love to learn spanish. I think that is a good choice because there are so many spanish speaking americans now.

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  40. I think learning multiple languages is a valuable gift-my husband is a Spanish professor and we want our kids to learn Spanish as they grow up.

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  41. spanish because that is what my inlaws speak and i cant even understand them.
    -David C

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  42. i love the idea of learning a new language as a family. i would likely choose spanish!

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  43. i love the idea of teaching kids a new language at a young age, i would prop choose spanish

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  44. Samantha ChristensenDecember 29, 2013 at 11:15 AM

    I think any language would be really cool for kids to learn but I actually think that I would choose the Italian as well

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  45. I think it is really important to learn multiple languages -- I would like to learn Italian.

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