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Japanese For Children: Sing And Learn (Go! Go! Nihongo! Learn Japanese) Trailer


Learn to say body parts in Japanese! This Japanese language program is a must-see for little ones learning Japanese! Filmed live in a mini-class, this educational program features five young students (ages 2 – 6) learning Japanese by singing and playing in Little Ambassadors’ own classroom. Like our classes, this uses the immersion method of teaching, with the entire program is conducted in Japanese (with English, roomaji, and hiragana subtitles). The topics include:
*Body parts
*Fruits and vegetables
*Family
*Animals
*Songs
The material is covered in an interactive fashion with flash cards on the screen for viewers at home to play along. Your little one will start speaking Japanese in no time. DVD Comes with PDF of the lyrics and dialogues for non-Japanese speaking parents or teachers. DVD available for sale at or Amazon.com ( If you live in Honolulu, Hawaii, you can enroll in a class at the Little Ambassadors for Japanese or Chinese.

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