After School Tutoring Program

Presentation Event 2022.12.21


 For this event, the children in the program presented karuta (traditional Japanese playing cards) that they made.

First, each person showed the efuda (picture card) that they made and then read the yomifuda (reading card) aloud.

Next, the children took questions from the audience. The children thought hard before answering the many questions they received.



After the presentations, the children were split into two different groups and played with the karuta that they created.

Every child played with a serious expression on their face as they tried to find the picture cards. Gameplay was very exciting.





Lastly, they played a treasure hunt game.

Participants were split into two teams and each team came up with a quiz about the different places where treasure was hidden. 

The team who was able to find all the treasure received candy as a prize.

The children were extremely happy and had a great time.












Presentation Event in 2021      Supplementary Class for children

At present, there are a total of 13 students studying in the supplementary class for children, including 7 elementary school students in the first half and 6 junior high school students in the latter half. At this year’s presentation event on December 8th, we made nengajo (New Year card), which is a part of Japan’s traditional culture. A picture of next year’s zodiac, the tiger, was added to the new year’s greetings.

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The participants shared some of their thoughts about the event: “It is my first time, I really like it”, “It is difficult at first but it is fun”, “I always like drawing so it is fun”. We will present their works. We hope that next year will be a good year!!

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Date: October 11th (Sat) from 2pm to 3:30pm
Place: Aoba Community and Cross-Cultural Center Room No.5
19 children of ages from 2 to 6 years old and 22 parents of them enjoyed Halloween party with Mr. Mike who teaches at English Class A. We all enjoyed making candy baskets putting Halloween characters on empty milk packages, singing songs, dancing, playing games, and reading picture books.   At the end of the event, we enjoyed “Trick or Treat”, visiting 5 spots in the center for candies.