By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom


  1. Jim Westcott

    Solid marketing strategy: Twitter party. I’ll check it out!
    Also, I’m very much a supporter of exposing children to broader issues/topics like this, especially the environment and its ties to culture or how culture is intertwined with environment. I’m certainly interested in this program as well. My grandparents are Dutch immigrants and my mother was born there-lived there until the age of ten. It bothered her that the majority of Americans aren’t at least bilingual. Two to three languages were taught, starting in Kindergarten, in Holland. My grandparents could speak German and French as well. Another interesting post:

    • Hi Jim,
      Thanks so much for joining our Twitter party!! I’m trying to keep my kids exposed to Spanish and Chinese so products like Little Pim really help! We’ll also be talking about learning about other cultures as a way to teach kids to care about the environment; it hopefully makes the world a little smaller!
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  2. Fun! I’ll see if I can make it. That’s dinner/bedtime at our house, so it’s a little tough.
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  3. Judy Charlotte

    I’d love to join this Twitter party. That’s for sure.
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