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Tuttle Japanese for Kids Flash Cards
Written by Timothy G. Stout
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Tuttle Japanese for Kids Flash Cards by Timothy G. StoutWelcome to a Japanese learning adventure especially for kids! Get children excited about a different culture as they are introduced to all sorts of fun Japanese words and songs and learn to talk about family, numbers, colors, food and more. A wonderful boxed kit, the Tuttle Japanese for Kids Flash Cards works equally well for parents and kids so the whole family can learn Japanese together! Each Flash Card kit includes: 64 flash cards, using everyday words and sentences to encourage vocabulary building in a natural, age appropriate way. The guide for parents and teachers is a perfect aid to using the cards effectively, and provides lively activity suggestions to help build vocabulary, pronunciation and conversation skills. An audio CD gives native pronunciation of the words and sample sentences, along with sing-along songs to aid in learning. The color wall chart helps keep new vocabulary in sight for easy reference and review.
About the Author
Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and 64 Cards and Wallchart and CD-Audio (Performance - spoken word)
Timothy G. Stout
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Tuttle Shokai Inc
2nd September 2008
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