Rhymes are an essential part of English, especially for kids!
Songs are a great way to learn English and practice fluency. Kids love 'em!
Tongue Twisters
Tongue Twisters challenge the brain and the mouth...and..they're fun!

Noriko and Michael talk about how rhymes are an important part of English, especially in songs and children’s books, like Mother Goose. Rhymes are fun for kids to say and that’s why books like Mother Goose and Dr. Seuss are so popular with kids! […]

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This is a summary of Noriko’s meeting with moms (including a daddy this time) who want to raise their children in both English and Japanese.

Download the handout (sorry, it’s only in Japanese)

The meeting was in Japanese, so we’ve included a summary in English of what they talked about here:

Noriko talked about the three basic concepts of English education at home. These are the core concepts of our message here.

First of all, […]

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Hi Everyone! Here is Naho and Michael’s second podcast! In this episode, we’re going to talk about the school sports festival, the tongue twister Betty Botter, and Michael’s corny joke!The tongue twister for today […]

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Welcome to Episode 2. Today, Noriko talks about how things got started with Naho and her adventure using and having fun with English at home. We learn that babies don’t care which language mommy is speaking, because […]

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