Whistlefritz – Inspiring young minds Review

Whistlefritz are Spanish and French Dvds, cds, lesson plans and games, which are great for both the home and school. It helps the children learn in a fun, educational way.

We recently had the chance to review 2 cds from Whistlefritz and they are:

  • Allons Dancer – Let’s Dance (French)
    Get in the language-learning groove with this fun-filled collection of original tunes and beloved traditional favorites performed by internationally-acclaimed French artists: Marie-Louise Desage and Didier Prossaird. Your little one will be singing and dancing around in no time. Arv $14.99


  • Sabor – Spanish Learning
    This CD is a lively, interactive playlist of 15 original songs and family favorites performed in Spanish by internationally beloved singer-songwriter Jorge Anaya and keyboardist Didier Prossaird. Sabor introduces children to the Spanish vocabulary using words and phrases  that children use everyday. It will get your whole family up and moving. Arv $14.99


Their over all goal is to create entertaining and educational programs to inspire children of all ages to love language and that’s exactly what these Cds do. My son just loves these music cds and we really think the French one is especially great since my son started pre-k at an all French school and these should help him a lot.


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Disclosure: We received product(s) for free in exchange for an honest review, which may differ from yours. Regardless, we only recommend products or services we’ve used personally and believe will be good for our readers.

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Holly & Jay

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One response to “Whistlefritz – Inspiring young minds Review

  1. These would make a great Christmas gift for the grandchildren!

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