Little Pim’s Entertainment Immersion Method® Makes Language Learning Accessible, Easy and Fun for Kids.

At Little Pim, we understand how children learn. We developed the Entertainment Immersion Method® based on how children naturally acquire language. Our videos are segmented into 5-minute episodes to accommodate a young child’s attention span.

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A Natural Way to Learn a Second Language

Our Entertainment Immersion Method® engages a child’s natural love of play and learning through repetition. The more they watch, the more they learn. Simple sentences are broken down into easy-to-understand parts and are reinforced through repetition by native speakers.

Designed For Kids Ages 0-6

Our videos engage little ones by tapping into their natural love of play and learning.  Each video teaches child-friendly vocabulary based around a theme. They’ll learn words such as cake, doll, train,  and simple phrases,  as well as numbers 1-10.

Episodes are perfectly paced for young children and strategic repetition of vocabulary helps kids retain the new words and phrases. Kids respond enthusiastically to Little Pim’s combination of animated and live-action videos.

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The Building Blocks of Foreign Language

You only need 500 words to be considered “conversational” in a language.

With Little Pim’s method, your child can learn over 360 words and phrases, providing the essential building blocks for language learning.

Behind the Method

Our founder Julia Pimsleur developed Little Pim’s Entertainment Immersion Method® working with top language teachers and neuroscientist Dr. April Benasich, Director of the Rutgers Infancy Studies Lab. Pimsleur grew up bilingual in French and English and wanted to teach her own sons French, which led her to create the Little Pim series so that all children can start learning a second language at the age they learn best.

Julia is the daughter of Dr. Paul Pimsleur, creator of the Pimsleur Method, a popular language learning program for adults.

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