Little Pim Language Learning System Review

I received a copy of the Little Pim French Learning DVD’s for the purpose of this review, but the opinions stated herein are 100% my own.




Little Pim Review


Over the last few weeks, the kids have studied the French Language DVD #1 – where they learn about food and drink.  This isn’t your typical, memorize the words and repeat.  It’s a mother tongue learning language method, where they use Little Pim , the cute Panda Bear, and cute little kids to illustrate the topic to master.

So, instead of learning the word “to drink”, they present it as…


il boit du lait – then show a boy drinking milk

Elle boit du lait – then show a girl drinking milk.


This way, not only are you learning the word “to drink”, you are incorporating he/she and the word for milk.  It’s a fun way to get the kids speaking French in no time.  It was clear, understandable and engaging.  The kids are excited to learn.

I try to incorporate it in daily life.  If the baby is drinking milk out of his sippy cup…


il boit du lait


It’s something that is easily incorporated into our daily routine and it’s within context.

However, with Little Pim teaching, and me reinforcing, they know what il boit du lait means – quickly and painlessly.  Your children will be speaking their new language with confidence within days of starting.

I love how Little Pim teaches the kid in short 5 minute lessons – perfect for little minds – and small attention spans.  We can easily incorporate it into our homeschool day.  After lunch, we watch a 5 minute section.  The next day, we watch the same section and we may move onto another one – maybe not.  It’ s self paced and self guided, so you can best caterer to your little learners style and interests.

Little Pim makes learning easily accessible in the time that children learn best, ages 0-6.   The advantages of learning a second language while young are well-known.  The DVD’s, books, flashcards and CD’s entertains, engages and sets children on a path to a lifetime love of learning languages.  It is a wonderful system and it works!

As a note, I do not speak French.




Little Pim Logo


The founder of Little Pim, Julia Pimsleur, wanted  her toddler son to learn a second language, but soon learned there were no high quality alternatives.  This is what inspired Little Pim.  With leading scientists, educators and language experts, she spent several years developing the program.  Not only is this the first comprehensive at home program, but it can be used by parents who do not speak a foreign language.

Having won over 25 awards – Little Pim is the standard for excellent in early language learning.

Visit Little Pim Online – and take-in all the possibilities.



Little Pim is totally committed to their mission of bettering the experience of young children learning languages.  As part of this effort, they have created a Kickstarter campaign where they are trying to raise money to produce a holiday eBook that helps children learn about traveling, languages, and holiday traditions in other cultures.

Take a look at the video.


Those that donate will receive rewards.  A $10 donation will secure a free eBook.


What are your experiences teaching your child a second language?  Could Little Pim help you?




I received a product for the purpose of this review, but the opinions are my own.

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  1. We’ve tried one Little Pim DVD so far (Spanish) and it was a big hit with the children. I like the simple and appealing animation and would love to get the French series since my children have a French tutor right now! Great review, Lisa!

  2. We’ve also tried Little Pim and my girls really liked it – especially my youngest. I have to admit we haven’t watched it since we moved so this is a very good reminder to pull it out again.
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  3. Great review, Lisa! We’ve just purchased the Mandarin version. I’m excited to give it a try!
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