Pre-K course (1 year before kindergarten 1st grade)

Kids Course (Kindergarten)

This is an English-only lesson.

Don’t replace it with Japanese, acquire the ability to understand in English, and learn “listening”, “speaking”, “reading” and “writing” in a well-balanced and fun way through games and songs.

Words and phrases are easy to get into your head with stories tailored to children’s daily life.

Original characters

“Kinka and Pinka, Phonanimals!”

The character’s name begins with the letters A-Z.

You can learn phonics (pronunciation of A-Z) while singing phonics songs and memorizing the names of characters!

Watch, listen and dance with the characters! Have fun learning!

Children are given about 12 learning goals each year. We also use reward certificates and stickers so children can enjoy their lessons.

We also have special fun lessons for Easter, Summer, Halloween and Christmas.

Kids Course (Kindergarten)

Through colorful illustrations, videos, sounds, and gestures, kids will enjoy learning visually, aurally, and experientially.

A native English-speaking teacher will be in charge of the course.

Pre-k course (1 year before kindergarten 1st grade)

A lesson to enjoy with parents. Learn the sounds of the alphabet (phonics) by moving your body along with the songs.

A native English-speaking teacher will be in charge of the course.


Point 1: Thorough study of one theme

Each theme will be taught over a period of about 4 weeks.

So children have enough time to become familiar with and learn new words.


Point 2: Repetition and natural learning

Learn the same words over and over again.

This helps children remember and build learning points as they grow.


Point 3: Learning themes from a child's perspective

Words and themes are chosen to match children’s interests.

Strike a balance between everyday life situations, special situations, and fictional situations.


Point 4: Story style and fun!

Stories tailored to the daily life of children.

Phonanimals (characters) will show you examples of what kind of scenes and situations those words are used in.


Point 5: Friendly song!

Specially-written songs help children learn words.

You can learn a lot about the natural rhythm and intonation of English.


Point 6: Approach children's learning from various perspectives!

Each child has a different personality and a different learning style.

Lessons encourage children to develop their visual (V), auditory (A), and kinesthetic (K) skills.


Point 7: Building the basics of reading and writing

All words and pronunciations are used to create a foundation for children’s literacy development.

◆Visual input: images, real materials, teacher’s mouth movements and gestures.

◆Auditory input: music, storytelling, teacher vocalizations, and students chatting.

Kinesthetic input: dance, bodily movements, games, manipulable objects, and Total Physical Response teaching (TPR) Anyone can do it easily.

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