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Car Bento

e-お弁当!

いつものサンドイッチに、とうもろこしのタイヤをつけたら、あら!スポーツカーになっちゃった!

旬の野菜、とうもろこしでタイヤをつくっちゃいました。これなら、食べる前にちょっと遊べますね。

An amazing bento site!

Contributed on 2012/07/31


Brushing

はみがきのうた

はみがきなんてだいきらいな、こどもと、おとなたちへ。

Share this video with the child in your life who hates to brush!

Contributed on 2012/07/30


Mana Ashida

Japan's most famous child actress: Mana Ashida

By Patrick St. Michel in The Atlantic

Mana Ashida is the most famous child in Japan, and that's saying something. The seven-year-old has starred in a dozen movies over the past three years, been in enough commercials to warrant a 13-minute-long YouTube mashup of them....

Contributed on 2012/06/15


Ponyo

Ponyo: 崖の上のポニョ

Award-winning director Hayao Miyazaki creates Ponyo, an animated adventure centering on a 5-year-old boy and his relationship with a goldfish princess who longs to become human.

Contributed on 2012/05/15


Origami

わくわくおりがみルーム

「きちんと折る」よりも「楽しく折る」を心がけていきましょう。折り紙だ~い好きな子どもたちがいっぱいになるといいな!

Contributed on 2012/04/15


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わいわいにほんご

わいわい教室
(Waiwai Kyoushitu)

かわいいイラストと音声を含む日本語の学習サイト。それは、辞書、翻訳、テキストを音声に変換する関数を含む多くの機能があります。それをお試しください!

Contributed on 2012/01/15


Hiraganamama

Hiragana Mama

Great blog for Japanese expats parents that are trying to teach their kids all about the culture and the language. The blog is by a Japanese-American mother teaching her "hafu" children the Japanese language and culture. She has great resources for books, movies, crafts etc.

Contributed on 2012/01/15


Anpanman

アンパンマン

アンパンマンのサイトを探索。それはゲーム、ビデオ、記事などで満たされている..
彼らの子ども時代のヒーローについての回想に子供と大人のための素晴らしい。

Contributed on 2012/01/15


Origami

はじめての多面体おりがみ

川村みゆき
遊びながら考えることが楽しめる立体折り紙の本

You can also try this book with English instructions.


Origami Polyhedron for Beginners, by Miyuki Kawamura.

Contributed on 2011/12/15


Free Books

心の絵本

Picture Books
For The Heart By 英会話 ECC

This site has two picture books, そばだんご and ふたりのなまけもの, written in Japanese and English. This site is one of many recommended by Liana Kerr in her Extensive Reading Material Online blog entry. If you’re new to extensive reading, this "Picture Books for the Heart" site would probably be the best place to start. All of the stories are nicely illustrated and short – basically as close to real picture books as Liana has found.

Contributed on 2011/12/15


Tofugu

Using Kids Songs to learn Japanese

By David A. LaSpina
In tofugu.com

"Kid’s songs are a wonderful resource to help you learn Japanese better. They are often overlooked because… well, they are a bit silly, but I think they are worth a second look. I’m going to cover a bit of theory here (I promise not too much), and then look at 6 kid’s songs you might use in your studies."

Contributed on 2011/12/15


Totoro

My Neighbor Totoro

A good rental movie for your kids (or buy it online). Totoro is a fun, imaginative movie about two children growing up in the Japanese countryside who meet a gentle but extraordinary creature in the forest. Written/directed by Hayao Miyazaki.

Contributed on 2011/10/15


Safe Sushi

Mercury Levels in Fish

What kind of sushi can my kids eat? Or if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, use this guide to see what amounts of fish caught and sold commercially are safe to eat. It's in a conveniently formatted wallet-sized card.

Contributed on 2011/10/15


Hikaru

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

The most magical rendition of Twinkle, Twinkle I have ever seen. The heart-warming and enchanting graphics along with a super sweet voice make this a favorite for me and my 2 year old daughter. And now my daughter can sing Twinkle, Twinkle in Japanese! From youtube channel SuperSimpleSongs.

Contributed on 2011/10/15


Pocoyo

Pocoyo

A toddler favorite from Spain now in Japanese. Pocoyo is a lovable, precocious little boy who friends include a dancing elephant, a duck, a dog and a tweetie bird. Together they play, fight, give, take and learn. Fabulous characters, colors and storylines.... From youtube channel PocoyoJapan.

Contributed on 2011/10/15


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