Little Pim: Let’s Play! – German for Kids

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Terence Gavish

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  • TXtk 3 years ago
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    so it’s probably just that – I don’t intend to let himwatch much until he’s at least 2), November 5, 2014
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    TXtk

    just showed this to my 1.5 year old and he’s fascinated (but it’s his first time actively watching tv, so it’s probably just that – I don’t intend to let him watch much until he’s at least 2). As a German native speaker, I’m disappointed in the mistakes they made here. The pronunciation is good, but there are obvious mistakes in the subtitles. Can’t you just pay someone competent a few bucks to look this over before you publish it as a product you intend to sell? Nevertheless, I intend to let my son watch this when he’s older since I want him to grow up bilingual and this way he’ll get some German language exposure outside of me talking German with him.

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  • 3 years ago
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    No need to review, there are sparkling golden stars …, July 10, 2014
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    This review is from: Little Pim: Let’s Play! – German for Kids (Amazon Instant Video)
    No need to review, there are sparkling golden stars above. But to be serious, if you have kids the immersion teaching tactic used in these various language cartoons seems to work really well.

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  • 3 years ago
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Why bother?, June 8, 2014
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    Robert T. Lowell (Moreno Valley, CA) –
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    Pointless as a language tool. It only exposes kids to a few phrases which are spoken so rapidly the child can’t understand them to reproduce the phrase accurately. There is no feedback mechanism so, unless the parent is already language proficient, the child.has no way to exercise new vocabulary. Fortunately, all the Little Pims are available for streaming through to Amazon Prime, so although we bought the German set I was able to try other languages as well; not much difference

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