Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Jim de la Luna with Closed Captions on V-me

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.

1 comment:

Afsoun said...

Thanks for the tip. I'm excited to check out the show. It's so much easier for me to read the Spanish than to just hear it. Isn't it amazing how our kids can just pick it up? The clip didn't work for me but I'm excited to check out the show. - Afsoun