Follow your child's language development by tracking their progress as they learn new words and phrases from the Little Pim language learning videos (also available in iTunes).
This app features 8 different languages - Spanish, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Russian, Portuguese and Japanese
You can create profiles for each "little learner" to easily keep track of their language learning at their own unique pace. You can see what words they're learning, view their progress by language, and also assess their progress by theme.
Each word features an adorable hand-drawn flash card image, the English translation, the phonetic pronunciation, and audio of the word being read aloud by a native speaker, making it easy for parents to follow along.
With Flash Card mode, you have the ability to quiz your child on the words they’ve learned, check off learned words to keep track of overall progress, and see how well your kids have absorbed different themes, words and phrases.
Welcome to the new and improved PimTrack! (Yes, it has a name now.) Here’s what’s new:
- “Child Mode,” formerly known as “flashcard,” simplifies the app experience for your little ones, allowing them to flip through words, hear pronunciation, and check boxes without getting lost in the other sections of the app.
- clearer progress bars
- improved social media sharing
- simplified math problem for iTunes video purchases
- language corrections
- bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
This app isn't useful for everyone
I bought the Arabic series with the flag cards snd was excited when I saw the app but it doesn't have all languages?! Please add the other languages
Other than that I loved the flash cards and the videos I purchased.
If you were to add ESL to your apps we would use them ALL the time. My 3y.o.
is speech delayed and we use the videos to help progress her speech. It would be great to supplement the videos in a format that she likes.
Racist is the only word I can think of.
For the Japanese version, they replaced the r in English words with an L instead of providing the Japanese word. The Japanese have their own word for things like broccoli. It isn't bloccoli. I wish I was kidding. I wasn't looking for an app that would teach my child to pronounce English words with a Japanese accent.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.