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Japanese Hiragana Writing and Reading for Beginners, Ages 6-8 (Part 1 Of 2)

Welcome to Guided Japanese Learning: The Montessori approach to learning Hiragana through writing, drawing, and reading fun mini readers. Songs, Games, and Videos shared to reinforce the learning of this beautiful writing system.
Amy Nishikata-ACE Educator-Montessori Guide
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Completed by 14 learners
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$15 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 5 weeks
45 minutes per class

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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
I recommend 5-10 minutes of daily games and practice with the Hiragana cards to build recognition.  
 5 files available upon enrollment
1. Pencil 2. Drawing Materials 3. Drawing Notebook 4. Binder or Folder for Handouts posted in the classroom 5. Hiragana Writing Worksheets 6. Hiragana Charts-Provided as a Printout 7. Hiragana Cards-Provided as Printout- Five New Sounds Per Week
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
FluentU will be shared in this class to show a gentle videos appropriate for early learners.  I will be sharing during class via screen share.    Amy sensei has a professional membership to FluentU.  FluentU is a library of videos and resources of Japanese songs and language being used naturally and in engaging context. You will not need to create your own account in FluentU.   
Canva is used to share gentle images of places in Japan.  


Amy Nishikata-ACE Educator-Montessori Guide
Lives in the United States
Guided Japanese Learning: The Montessori Approach to Learning Japanese. Creative and Caring Montessori Teacher and Japanese Language Instructor, BA in Japanese from UCLA, AMS Montessori Certification. Science of Reading Certification.IEM Approved Homeschool Vendor
199 total reviews
154 completed classes

About Me

Hello Everyone, 

I am Amy Nishikata. I am a Montessori Guide and Japanese language instructor. 
I have a Bachelor's degree in Japanese from UCLA and more than ten years of experience living and teaching in Japan.  I am a certified Montessori... 
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