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  • Japanese TODOFUKEN-Prefectural Kanji [free download!]

    Japanese TODOFUKEN-Prefectural Kanji [free download!] The added card to the "Kanji List by Grade" is the "TODOFUKEN-Prefectural Kanji -with Furigana." You can download the PDF for free at the end of the document. ■About TODOFUKEN In Japan, there are 47 prefectures called "都道府県" (to-dou-fu-ken). However, unlike the significant authority held by the "states" in the United States, the role of the Japanese prefectures is closer to that of "counties." The history of prefectures dates back to the Meiji era in 1871 when the Meiji government abolished the system of "藩" (han), which were regions ruled by Daimyos (feudal lords) that numbered between 200 and 300 during the Edo period. This was part of the government's efforts to modernize the political system. They gradually integrated and changed administrative divisions. As of now, the prefectures consist of 1 "To" which means 1 capital(Tokyo-to), 1 "Dou" which means multiple countries to 1(Hokkai-do), 2 "Fu" is the 2 centers of a magistrate (Osaka-fu and Kyoto-fu), and 43 "Ken" prefectures (others-ken). ■Kanji study of TODOFUKEN In the curriculum of Japanese elementary schools, 4th-grade students have to memorize the locations, shapes, and names of the prefectures. They have tests and homework where they must provide the names of the prefectures in Kanji characters. The Kanji characters used for the prefectures are numerous, some are complex, and many have unique readings. Even for Japanese elementary school students, memorizing them can be quite challenging. This difficulty is particularly pronounced for children with learning disabilities, and my eldest son, despite memorizing all the prefecture names and their shapes, struggled to write them in Kanji😭. He had to redo tests where he was required to write all 47 prefecture names in Kanji multiple times. So, As a support tool for children with learning disabilities and those preparing for junior high school entrance exams, I have created and shared this "Prefectures Kanji table" on the 🇯🇵 Japanese version of my website in Japanese. But, 🇺🇸English version is for anyone interested in Japan and is welcome to make use of it. The features of this "Prefectures Kanji " include: Arrangement of Kanji characters used in prefecture names in 50 sounds "a-i-u-e-o" order. Common color-coded index with the " Kanji list by grade ," for easy reference. Designed in a postcard size, making it convenient for reference on study desks. 🇺🇸The English special version has a Furigana(pronunciation key) of the alphabet. Like the Kanji list, it is suitable for various purposes such as homework assistance, reasonable accommodation at school, and Kanji checking for exam preparation. You can adjust and print it in your preferred size for your child's convenience. In total, there are 73 kanji characters used in prefecture names, as indicated when listed. While this may seem challenging at first, upon closer inspection, you'll find that more than half of them are relatively simple Kanji. For context, my eldest son used to say things like, "I like Ishikawa and Yamaguchi! Niigata! Ehime! Okinawa! You three brothers have too many strokes in your names!" while grumbling about his homework. 😅 ■Useful Games for learning Japanese geography and history For those who want to learn more about Japan's geography and historical landmarks on maps in a fun and engaging way, we recommend the following games, as enjoyed by my children. *The link below is the official website of the game company. NOBUNAGA'S AMBITION (by KOEI TECMO GAMES) 🇺🇸 A historical simulation game set primarily in the Sengoku period. Players choose their favorite Sengoku Daimyo, strategize battles and diplomacy, gradually expanding their territory through meticulous planning to achieve national unification. While it may seem a steady-paced game, once you get into it, it fosters a deep love for Japanese history If you fall in love with the game, the geography and former names of provinces across Japan become ingrained in your memory. MOMOTETSU (by KONAMI) 🇯🇵 *Not available in English A board game in the form of a thrilling race across Japan, aiming to become a real estate tycoon, suitable for family or friends (solo play is also okay). This Sugoroku-style game not only features famous landmarks and locations, but also offers an enjoyable way to learn intricate geographic details such as local specialties, traditional crafts, and railway routes from various regions in Japan. It's not just a geography lesson; it doubles as an introduction to economic concepts like stocks and real estate investment. However, be cautious of getting too caught up in the excitement! A global version, " MOMOTETSU World ," is also available, and you can find the analog version at toy stores in Japan. ■Tools share [free download!] TODOFUKEN-Prefectural Kanji -with Furigana (PDF,1page) Please read my website terms of use for more information. → [About using support tools] For Japanese children/advanced learners(without Furigana) → 🇯🇵[Japanese version] Download 🇯🇵  Original post of this article ( Switch to 🇯🇵 mode) 🇯🇵  Original post about games ( Switch to 🇯🇵 mode)

  • Japanese Historical Anime Streaming Videos List

    ■Learning Japanese History Through Streaming Video Anime in Chronological Order In Japan, the study of "history" begins in the sixth grade of elementary school. As students progress to junior high and high school, the curriculum becomes more detailed. It is common for foreign tourists to encounter groups of Japanese elementary school students in places like Kyoto, Nara, and Kamakura. This is often because sixth graders go on "Syugaku-Ryokou", which are school-sponsored trips that combine hands-on history learning and memory-making. The original article 🇯🇵 was written for elementary school students and their parents who are preparing for entrance exams to private junior high schools in Japan. However, I believe it contains useful information for overseas readers interested in Japanese history and anime, so I will translate🇺🇸 and introduce it with some additional notes. But, please note that I am not familiar with other countries with the subscription video services, viewing options, or pricing systems available abroad, so please check and decide for yourself. Below is the translation of the original article. ■A Study Cycle Prioritizing Interest and Engagement For children who struggle with group learning in a standardized school setting or are not motivated by textbook-based study, I believe the first step is to "spark their interest." In my approach to junior high school entrance exam studies for my children, I followed this cycle: Capture the child's interest through anime, manga, games, or play-related activities. Deepen their learning by having them experience what they got hooked on. Connect this to exam-oriented output like workbooks and problem sets. Expand their knowledge and reinforce it by linking it to memories in other fields. We actively used subscription streaming videos from services like Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu, and PPV/rental viewing as the initial trigger to pique interest. These were particularly useful during summer breaks during the COVID-19 pandemic and as a break when motivation for studying was low. Especially for my daughter, who is in the gray zone of learning disabilities, reading textbooks and understanding content accurately was difficult, so she wasn't a fan of reading books. Therefore, she had significantly less foundational knowledge at the start of her exam studies compared to her brothers, who were enthusiastic about internet searches and Manga. However, she found it easier to absorb information through videos and movies with sound and movement. So, during the summer break of her sixth grade, we binge-watched Historical Anime in chronological order to help her grasp the overall flow of historical periods. Here is the list of historical anime streaming videos we watched with her, arranged in chronological order: ■Japanese Historical Anime Streaming Videos List *Rating Information: We watched all of these as a family. Some households might be concerned about violent or sexual content, or children who are sensitive to scenes with blood. Therefore, I have included rating information. *The Titles: are linked to their official websites (if an English version of the official site is available, I have prioritized that link). *Streaming Site: Please check the current streaming site information yourself (for reference, I have included links to the Amazon Prime Video Japan site for works available in Japan). *Original Japanese Title: If the official English title is unknown, I have included the original Japanese title with the Romanized reading. [Jomon-Era] -B.C.11000 🍖 36th DORAEMON THE MOVIE: NOBITA AND THE BIRTH OF JAPAN 2016 Doraemon: Shin Nobita no Nippon Tanjou  (Movie: 1 hour 43 minutes) ★All Ages Set in Japan 70,000 years ago, before humans lived there, it depicts the interaction and adventure of Nobita and his friends with Kukuru, a boy who came from the Chinese continent. Watch on Amazon Prime 🇯🇵 [Yayoi / Nara- Era ] B.C.500-A.D.794 🌾 PHOENIX (: Dawn, Sun) Hi no Tori: Reimei-hen, Taiyo-hen  (TV Series: 13 episodes) ★All Ages This is an anime series by NHK based on Osamu Tezuka's classic work. The story follows the immortal bird Phoenix and spans human history and the Earth. The Chapter: Dawn(Reimei-hen) features Himiko from the Yayoi period. The Chapter: Sun(Taiyo-hen) is set against the background of cultural influx and Buddhism in the Nara-Asuka period. Watch on Amazon Prime 🇯🇵 The anime movie set in the Nara period, " The Phoenix: Chapter of Ho-o" , is not available for streaming. You might have to look for it in Japanese rental video stores. " The Phoenix: Space"  has also been adapted into an anime movie "PHOENIX: REMINISCENCE OF FLOWER " released on November 3, 2023. [Heian- Period] 794-1185 ⛩ The Heike Story Heike Monogatari  (Series: 11 episodes) ★13+ The story depicts the rise and fall of the Heike clan at the end of the Heian period from the perspective of a young biwa player, Biwa, showcasing the historical transition from aristocratic to samurai society. Watch on Amazon Prime 🇯🇵 [Kamakura- Period ] 1185-1333 🏹 アンゴルモア元寇合戦記 (= Angolmois: Record of Mongol Invasion) Angolmois: Genkou Kassen-ki  (Series: 12 episodes) ★13+ This story focused on the Mongol invasions at the end of the Kamakura period. It depicts the battle on Tsushima Island between the former retainer Kuchii Jinzaburou and the Mongol forces. There is a decapitation scene in part, is suitable for older viewers due to the historical accuracy and intense scenes. Original author: Takagi Nanahiko Watch on Amazon Prime 🇯🇵 [Nanbokuchou / Muromachi- Period] 1333-1467 👺 Unfortunately, there are very few anime set in the Nanbokuchou/Muromachi period. Classic works like "一休さん/IKKYU-SAN " , " Phoenix: Strange Beings " , and sequels to " The Heike Story "  like " INU-OH"  are some examples, though not extensively watched in our household. " Princess Mononoke "  is also set in this era, but it is not suitable for studying history. Currently serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump, 逃げ上手の若君 /Nige-jouzu-no-Wakagimi"  by Yusei Matsui is set in the period from the fall of the Kamakura shogunate to the Nanboku-cho period. It tells the story of Tokiyuki Hojo, a surviving member of the Hojo clan, and his battles (or rather, games of tag) with Ashikaga Takauji. The anime adaptation has been announced, and I have high hopes for it. (premiering on July 6, 2024). [Sengoku-Era / Aduchi-Momoyama- Period] 1467-1603 🗡 ODA SINAMON NOBUNAGA Oda Cinnamon Nobunaga  (Series: 12 episodes) ★7+ This gag anime has historical figures like Oda Nobunaga reincarnated as dogs in modern Japan. It includes many "Sengoku" era tidbits and is surprisingly educational despite its comedic nature. However, You might end up remembering the names of the warlords as dog breeds... 😅 Watch on Amazon Prime 🇯🇵 [Edo- Period ] 1603-1868 🌊 SARUSUBERI~Miss HOKUSAI~ Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai  (Movie: 90 minutes) ★All Ages The story of Oei, daughter of Katsushika Hokusai, depicts life in Edo and her relationship with her father and neighbors of Edo Town through beautiful seasonal changes. Watch on Amazon Prime 🇯🇵 [Meiji- Period ] 1868-1912 🏭 GOLDEN KAMUY Golden Kamuy  (Series: 49 episodes, Seasons 1-4) ★16+ *The production of the 5th/ final Seasons has been decided Set mainly in Hokkaido at the end of the Meiji period, this series revolves around the search for hidden Ainu gold. It's highly informative about Ainu culture and survival techniques, though it contains violent and adult scenes, so it's recommended that parents preview it first. Watch on Amazon Prime 🇯🇵 [Taisyo-Period] 1912-1926 👗 Although the Taisho period was so short, there are many works set in the Taisho period, such as " Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba" , and "My Happy Marriage" , which often have strong fantasy elements. "はいからさんが通る/Haikara-san ga Toru the movie" ," which is nostalgic for middle-aged Japanese people, had a new theatrical version released in 2017 (I haven't seen it) [Showa-Period] 1926-1989 🗼 In this Corner of The World Kono Sekai no Katasumi ni  (Movie: 2 hours 9 minutes) ★13+ The story of Suzu, a girl who grows up in Hiroshima and survives through the wartime and postwar period. The work is rich in depictions of the ingenuity with which people survived during food shortages during wartime, as well as the marriage circumstances of the time. There are many emotionally rich and memorable scenes, and it seems to have left a lasting impression on my daughter. Watch on Amazon Prime 🇯🇵 Watching these historical anime together as a family during free time helped our children better understand their textbooks and study materials. As parents, you could reference scenes from these shows to help explain historical concepts to your kids. Oops! Remember, even though some works are quite faithful to historical facts, they are still primarily fiction and fantasy. It’s important to verify accurate information from textbooks and reference books after watching and remind children not to use the anime content directly in their tests. Watching fantasy works can still help children gain interest and understand the atmosphere and lifestyle of different historical periods, aiding their comprehension. During hot summer days, I recommend studying in a cool room with the air conditioning on, enjoying this approach to exam preparation. 📝 ChatGPT's Note Syugaku-Ryokou (修学旅行) : These are educational trips conducted by Japanese elementary and junior high schools. Students visit historical and cultural sites to gain firsthand learning experiences that go beyond textbook knowledge. Entrance Exams for Private Junior High Schools: In Japan, many elementary school students prepare for entrance exams to private junior high schools. These exams are highly competitive, and families often begin preparation early. Gray Zone of Learning Disabilities: This term refers to children who do not have a diagnosed learning disability but still face significant learning challenges. Special strategies are often needed to help these children succeed in their studies. Historical Periods of Japan: Japan’s history is divided into several distinct periods: Jomon Period : c. 11,000 BCE – c. 300 BCE Yayoi Period : c. 300 BCE – c. 300 CE Nara Period : 710 – 794 Heian Period : 794 – 1185 Kamakura Period : 1185 – 1333 Nanbokucho Period : 1336 – 1392 Muromachi Period : 1336 – 1573 Azuchi-Momoyama Period : 1573 – 1603 Edo Period : 1603 – 1868 Meiji Period : 1868 – 1912 Taisho Period : 1912 – 1926 Showa Period : 1926 – 1989 Cultural Context of Anime: Anime is a significant cultural product in Japan, encompassing various genres and themes. It is used not only for entertainment but also as an educational tool and a means of learning about history. Age Ratings and Content of Anime: The article includes notes on age ratings and content warnings for the anime listed. Some anime contain violent or sexual scenes, so it's essential to check these details before viewing. 🇯🇵 Original post of this article ( Switch to 🇯🇵 mode)

  • "Deko-Boko Translation Table" Weaknesses to Strengths for Self-esteem and Positive Parenting [Free Download]

    Deko-Boko Translation Table [Free Download] English Ver. ■About this: Weaknesses to Strengths for Self-esteem and Positive Parenting I have created an 🇺🇸English version of the "Deko-Boko Translation Table"! The original version was created in 🇯🇵Japanese, and with the help of various AI translation tools like ChatGPT, I supervised and revised it for release on my website. *In Japanese, it is common to refer to strengths and weaknesses together as "Deko-Boko(凸凹)." Recently, it is often used to describe the unique characteristics of children with developmental disorders. "Deko" refers to protruding parts = strengths or advantages, and "Boko" refers to recessed parts = weaknesses or challenges. "Deko-Boko" is also used to describe physical shapes. This table is a sharing tool designed to transform the weaknesses, inabilities, or difficulties of children, others, and oneself into strengths and advantages, thereby enhancing self-esteem and promoting self-understanding and mutual understanding. As I often mention in my books, I believe that "Deko and Boko are two sides of the same coin," and there are no children with only strengths or weaknesses. If there are many things a person cannot do or weaknesses they have, they must have an equal number of things they can do and strengths. This is not just bravado; it is something I genuinely feel through my parenting experiences. However, parents and children tend to focus more on what they cannot do. This tendency might be especially true for perfectionists with ASD tendencies or within a societal background that does not easily tolerate failures. The original "Deko-Boko Translation Table" was created to help parents raising children in Japan, and the children themselves, focus on their strengths, the things they are good at, and what they are already capable of, encouraging them to feel "You are fine just the way you are!" and gain some confidence. The content of the table was selected based on the Deko-Boko characteristics of my children and myself, as well as comments received from my SNS followers in Japan, where I often felt that while parents were so worried and concerned, I saw their children as wonderful. These experiences helped me choose the words. In Japanese society, there is a traditional value that regards humility as a virtue, which creates a tendency to refrain from openly praising or boasting about one's children in front of others. This cultural norm can make it challenging to enhance children's self-esteem and may lead to parents losing confidence in their parenting abilities. This is why I felt the need for the table. I compiled this based on my experiences and insights, so there might be examples that feel a bit off to you depending on your experiences. Please forgive any discrepancies. ■About the English Version Considering this point, the cultural backgrounds of other countries differ from Japan, meaning that the content of the table may not apply universally due to varying perceptions of values and traits. Therefore, the 🇺🇸English version includes annotations by ChatGPT titled "Considerations of Cultural Background" on the second page, which can be downloaded with the Deko-Boko Translation Table. I hope this idea of viewing weaknesses and strengths as a set in the "Deko-Boko Translation" and understanding personality differences through cultural background differences will serve as a reference for mutual understanding. ■To Parents Who Have Lost Confidence in Parenting If your child is often scolded or warned at school, parents may also lose confidence. However, by changing the way you look at things, you might find that your child has many wonderful qualities! For example, in the case of my eldest son: Instead of saying, "My son is selfish, doesn't read the room, is clumsy and hasty, an attention seeker, lacks concentration, can't tidy up, is restless, stubborn, doesn't listen to others, has many weaknesses, keeps failing, and is full of things he's not good at, I'm worried about his future," try this "Deko-Boko Translation": "My son has his own opinions, is mentally strong, approachable, decisive, has a generous spirit, is curious, imaginative, active, tenacious, assertive, understands the feelings of those who can't do things, has a strong willingness to challenge, has so many good points, and I'm looking forward to his future." Seeing things this way can brighten your mood, right? And it is you, who is raising such a wonderful child! Of course, my child also has many areas that need improvement, but if I force him to overcome all his weaknesses, the wonderful aspects of his personality may also disappear. It is okay if he can overcome his weaknesses to the bare minimum, to the extent that it doesn't cause significant inconvenience to others. Understanding oneself, compensating for shortcomings with tools, and managing oneself creatively are ways to navigate and aim for independence while maintaining a good relationship with oneself. Please cherish and nurture your child's wonderful individuality. Every child and every person has many wonderful qualities. [free download!] Please read my website terms of use for more information, before downloading. → Rakurakumom's Official Website → Share → Sharing Support tools1 → [About using support tools] 🇺🇸Deko-Boko Translation Table [English Ver.] -PDF, 2pages, A4 size 🇯🇵Deko-Boko Translation Table [Japanese Ver.] -PDF, 1pages 🇯🇵 Original post of this article (Switch to 🇯🇵 mode) Book version of this article:「発達障害&グレーゾーン子育てから生まれた 楽々かあさんの伝わる! 声かけ変換」 大場美鈴・著(あさ出版/2020.6)p.106- → Translation publication: Korean, Thai, Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese Book version of this article:「発達障害&グレーゾーンの3兄妹を育てる母のどんな子もぐんぐん伸びる120の子育て法」 大場美鈴・著(ポプラ社/2017.2)p.244- → *No translated version is available of this book.

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    School and teacher story In today's Japan, where the word "developmental disability" has just spread, unfortunately, it seems that there is still a back-to-back aspect of "labeling". Even so, I think that there are many things that cannot be conveyed or noticed unless you tell us about the feelings of trouble and specific measures for children with developmental disabilities. In particular, my eldest son is a type that is difficult to distinguish from "Futu no Ko" at first glance, so I was worried about the advantages and disadvantages of telling it as a "disability" in the regular class, and I also walked while hesitating. ​ This is a column series article in Ritalico Development Navi, which is an episode of our trial and error process and an episode with a school teacher. From consultations on development and school refusal to mediation when seeking consideration for the school --- School counselors who supported the elementary school days, how to utilize our parents and children 2020.9.14 Was the school really disgusting "because of developmental disabilities"? Five shocks to my son and I who enjoy junior high school life 2018.7.17 Cooperate with the school with the "Support Book" instruction manual for children with developmental disabilities! Introducing how to make and tips for cooperation 2020.3.20 The story of Dr. A, whose son with a developmental disability did not need support for a year. What is the essence of support? 2018.2.24 Scales from the eyes! 5 selections of casual "reasonable accommodation" for children with developmental disabilities and gray zones! 2018.1.15 My child, is this support level okay? Let's identify with 4 checkpoints! 2017.3.13 Support level? Or is it normal grade? What are the "in the meantime" options you can choose when you are in trouble? 2017.2.26 iPad opens up the future for children! With reasonable accommodation, the possibility of spreading to any child 2016.6.27 How do you tell your homeroom teacher? Tips for discussing the use of support goods 2016.6.20 What should I do when I want to ask a garden or school for "a little support"? 2016/06/13 Three things you want to do before asking the school for "reasonable accommodation" 2016/06/06

  • Sharing support tools 2 | Rakurakumom's Official HP

    Sharing support tools 2 You can download the printable support tool created by Rakurakumom🇯🇵 for free. This page summarizes tools for Social Skills Training, self-understanding, and reasonable accommodation for Children with developmental disabilities, that children can work on themselves or with their parents. Bestseller " Rakurakumom's Tutawaru! KOEKAKE-Henkan ” Author Misuzu Oba (Asa Publishing) [About using support tools] It can be used not only at home but also at school, club activities, etc. Copyright is not waived. Secondary distribution (publishing and distributing it to others as your own work on the web, etc.), unauthorized modification (including re-creating it yourself with the exact same content), secondary use (processing and diversion of images), etc.) Please refrain from Please refrain from sharing direct links to download URLs. Also, Please do not distribute my tools to an unspecified number of people from online storage, etc. (If you would like to share, please tell others the URL of this page). If you would like to share it on your website, blog, video, etc., please include the source: or the URL address of the article. It is prohibited to use tools, images, or articles for malicious advertising activities, such as unauthorized reproduction in commercial publications, unauthorized sales for commercial purposes, or directing people to sites unrelated to us. If you see it, we would appreciate it if you could help us by clicking the "Report" button.) If you would like to distribute support tools for commercial use, please contact me using the inquiry form. ​Voice scale 🇺🇸Download 🇺🇸Blog Help scale 🇺🇸Download 🇺🇸Blog Face Palette 🇺🇸Download 🇺🇸Blog Feeling scale 🇺🇸Download 🇺🇸Blog TPO list For children and people who are not good at reading the atmosphere, SST list cards are used to input appropriate words and actions according to TPO like programming (all types can be downloaded at once)→Click here *Postcard size recommended ) 🇯🇵Download “Words I Say in My Heart” 🇯🇵Blog 🇯🇵Download “When I’m Not Playing” 🇯🇵Blog 🇯🇵Download “Words to ask about the other person’s convenience” 🇯🇵Blog 🇯🇵Download "To reach your destination..." 🇯🇵Blog Self encourage Check sheet A check sheet to help you recognize your strengths and strengths and support yourself when you fail or feel down. 🇯🇵Download.pdf 🇯🇵Blog What I'm having trouble with ​ Sorting consultation sheet A sheet that helps you organize your problems and explain them when you ask for their understanding or consideration when consulting with a teacher or support person. 🇯🇵Download.pdf 🇯🇵Blog ​A story about ear (hearing) hypersensitivity ​An educational text to ask for understanding for children with hearing hypersensitivity. There is one for lower grades of elementary school and one for upper grades. It can be used for bulletin boards, handouts, etc. in class. 🇯🇵Download for lower grades.pdf 🇯🇵Download for upper grades.pdf 🇯🇵Blog Standard phrases for requesting subtle consideration for adults with irregularities A template card containing phrases that can be used when requesting consideration at work (postcard size recommended) 🇯🇵Download.pdf 🇯🇵Blog Attention level table Things that can be used as a reference when making judgments when you are too careful or being treated too much by your friends. (The "fill-in" format is a blank table. You can write the contents together with your child.) 🇯🇵Download.pdf 🇯🇵Download (fill in) 🇯🇵Blog facts and opinions line drawing work Work to draw a line between ``facts'' and ``opinions'' and distinguish between them when there are concerns or troubles in friendships, etc. With an adult close to you when you feel calm. 🇯🇵Download.pdf 🇯🇵Blog Advantages and disadvantages Chart of Accounts A worksheet to help you make a decision by comparing both the advantages and disadvantages when making a decision. 🇯🇵Download.pdf 🇯🇵Blog Ambiguous expression sheet A useful list for understanding ambiguous and intermediate expressions such as "a little" and "mostly". 🇯🇵Download.pdf 🇯🇵Blog Status gauge New! Social Skills Training and Anger Management for Kids Who Like Games -Postcard size,PDF 🇺🇸🇯🇵Download 🇺🇸Blog [2023.7] Kanji table by grade, Kana/Kanji support cardSharing of support tools 3 moved to

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