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Let’s Move! Living it up this summer in Haruna!

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Outdoor Japan Adventure for Kids!

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Outdoor Fun Guranteed!

Can’t believe after months of wrangling we were able to hold an Open House in Gunma! So we were dancing the day away, sliding down mountain hills, smacking on s’mores, and escaping the Tokyo humidity! It was great to meet … Continue reading

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Outdoors Gunma, Japan

An avalanche of rain greeted me at Annakaharuna Station located in the deep recesses of Gunma.   I looked around the small Shinkansen (train)  stop and wondered where am I? I was soon greeted by Patric Spohn owner and proprietor of … Continue reading

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Bed-wetting at Camp

Bed-wetting a Problem? Don’t let a little tinkle stop your child from enjoying summer camp! Two years ago we took a group of children to camp and out of about nineteen 6-7 year old boys and girls we had three … Continue reading

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Shimmy Your Shyness Away

You see a notice in the school office for auditions for the school play. You stop and wonder if you should try out for a part.  You’ve always wanted to be on stage and you are constantly practicing the lines … Continue reading

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Songs to teach Hello!

The other day one of my Korean students and I greeted one another. I said, “Hello, how are you?” Her reply, “I’m happy.” A response like this always unnerves me. A more natural response could be, “I’m okay.”, “I’m great!”, … Continue reading

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Wow! More children than last week!

We were so excited to see a new group of children this week! We had about 8 children join us. They were from the neighborhood. We had a great time playing Captain, May I? and learning about the parts of … Continue reading

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