- Format: NTSC, Import
- Language: Spanish
- Region: All RegionsAll Regions
- Number of discs: 1
- MPAA Rating:
- Studio: CD Baby
- Release Date: Feb. 26 2008
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- ASIN: B0014WJ4NM
Spanish for Kids: Vamos a Jugar (Let's Play) [Import]
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Winner of an iParenting Media Award. Winner of a Parents' Choice Approved Award. Endorsed by KIDS FIRST! Winner of The National Parenting Center's 2007 Seal of Approval. Winner of Creative Child Magazine's 2007 Preferred Choice Award.In this award-winning Spanish immersion DVD, children explore the world of the body and play. Accompanied by young friends and puppet pals, children learn the words for play activities, parts of the body, clothing, numbers, and more! Children won't be able to resist dancing and singing along to this Spanish DVD's toe-tapping, hand-clapping, maraca-slapping new songs, including Los Niños Cuando Bailan, new twists on favorite children's songs Cabeza, Hombros (Head, Shoulders) and Ojos, Orejas and the irresistible new toe-tapper Los Deditos. This DVD includes an easy-to-use translation guide for parents and teachers, as well as Spanish subtitles for adult learners. The DVD teaches Spanish using the immersion teaching method recommended by language acquisition experts. (For more information about immersion, please watch the Language Immersion video on the company's website.) Designed for ages 1-5, Vamos a Jugar is perfect for the whole family!
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As for the comments about not having subtitles or text in English...if you do research on babies and children learning second and third languages, you'll read that the full immersion method is the preferred method, which Whistlefritz takes full advantage of. I would also like to introduce my children to French and hope that they will start producing videos in other languages.
"Let's Play" DVD is the third one of this series we have purchased. There's a lady named Maria who does most of the talking and interacting with the kids in the video. The movie connects with kids by introducing a mouse named Fritzi who my son loves! It's a very entertaining and engaging way to introduce a new language to small children.
We bought the entire series and this DVD spends a lot of time explaining the various parts of the body and never is a word spoken in English anywhere in this DVD.
I did wish it had subtitles. It does occasionally show the word spelled on-screen, so there is that at least.
It also includes a few songs to help reinforce what was learned.