Hi all,Does anyone here start teaching phonics to the kids in their early years? I have just come across really good resources for teaching phonics for young kids, there are a lot of type of resources like phonic songs, vocabulary cards, phonic games, powerpoint files and audio files of native speakers' pronunciation.There are a lot of resources that you can download for free, like these ones >>> Free Phonic Taster Resource Pack, Phonics game, Phonics wall chart
, i overstay my visa for about 2years from now, but luckily i was already married to guy who is also single and we live together now as a couple but we don't have a children yet and also i already meet his parents, brothers and also his nieces , and last july, i decided to go and face my charges at the immigration by hoping that they would give me a chance to change my tourist visa to a spouse visa and we talk to the officer and he interview me a little question and he said that i have to leave the country and i will be back after 1 year after .but my husband didn't allow it and we choose to stay and the officer said that we are going to have an investigation or under investigation and we should wait for their call of when will be our next examination. and they gave as a paper that has some of requirements that we should take . we all have their requirements except for his taxes he never pay his tax since he was working by his own ,actually he had money we live in a decent mansion and he give everything i want but the problem is he doesn't pay any taxes since before, this is the only problem by now , and he just work for now at his older brother so he can start paying his tax ..is there any chance that the immigration will grant my application as a spouse visa ? actually the officer call us already 2times the officer asking if where am i or what did i do for today and asking if where is my husband is, its been 1month already since we passed our application ,is there any chance that they won't charge a deportation order??i was very scared by the result of this case, i hope you can give me some advise so i can calm a little, everyday it was very confusing and I'm not really comfortable about their judgement.i hope anyone can give me an advice for this pleaseee,,thanks a lot.
Learn Japanese cuisine and culture in English with your kids this coming Feb 21st, 10:30-13:30, to celebrate March 3rd's Hinamatsuri (Doll’s Day). Details: https://note.mu/globalfamilies/n/n8fae7e96051aEvent brought to you by TGF: http://www.theglobalfamilies.com/ Schedule?Sunday, February 21st,2016 10:30-13:30Venue?Near Kinshicho station (Detailed location will be informed for the attendees)Price?4000 Yen per a kid & a parent (Kid should be over 3 year old)Menu?Typical Hinamatsuri cuisine (Please contact us if you want to know more details about the ingredients in advance)Instructor?Mio Ota?Number of participants: 6 pairs of kid & parentWhat to bring?Aprons, Hand towels, Slippers(If you want) Hina Matsuri (Doll Festival or Girls' Festival) on March 3rd is a day when people pray for the happiness and healthy growth of girls. Families with young daughters mark this day by setting up a display of dolls inside the house and eat some special food. If you wish to participate, please inform us your name, email address and age of your kid who will attend the class with you. Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org (In case of too many applications, we will hold a draw for place allocation) About The Global FamiliesThe Global Families (TGF) is an organization that provides opportunities for family with young children in Japan to experience cultural exchanges. TGF has a strong and wide network of local families in Japan and they are willing to meet people from all over the world with their children. TGF makes sure both local and visitor families have a wonderful moment together and truly connect. The encounter through TGF will open children's mind, broaden their opportunities and enrich their life in the future. Contact:The Global Families Team email@example.com
My son is a "hafu". He is half Japanese and half Australian. He is slowly abandoning his English language ever a since he started skill this past year. For the first time, I'm considering enrolling him in an English language school. Has anyone else had a similar issue? How was it resolved in your case?