I was getting in some Spanish time with my 3-year old son by watching Jim de la Luna on V-me. He really enjoys the show. He sits through both episodes totally focused on what's going on. I, on the other hand, get a little lost--actually a lot lost--trying to follow what the characters are saying. I rediscovered that Jim de la Luna has [CC] closed captions in Spanish! This was good for me because I can follow Spanish better by reading it. Here's a clip:
For more fun, kid-Spanish shows like Las Tres Mellizas Bebes, Lazy Town, Plaza Sesamo visit V-me (in Spanish) and try turning on the [CC], some but not all the shows will have it in Spanish.
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