by Brian, November 22, 2016
It’s November and we’ve left the summer heat behind. For me, this is a time of year for family, friends, food and tradition. A perfect example of this is Thanksgiving, a holiday for showing appreciation and giving thanks for all that you have.Read More...
by Gareth, August 26, 2016
ここのところ、あまりの暑さに教室に入るなり「It's hot!」とか「hot!」いう生徒さんがたくさんいらっしゃいます。Read More...
by Gareth, October 26, 2015
Some fun flashcards to help study body parts in Japanese. Learn the Kanji as well as the Hiragana. This is the first set of five cards. More to come, have fun.
by Heather, January 31, 2015
We sometimes have a group of Banded Mongooses in our garden. They live in the small game park next to our house, but they sometimes visit us to dig in our lawn. They are looking for beetles, grubs and perhaps termites, to eat. They do not dig very deeply, but when they are finished eating, they leave lots of little holes all over our garden.They live in groups, usually numbering more than 20, and sometimes they can be very big groups. They are very quick-witted animals, keep a watchful eye out for any danger, and if any is noticed, warn each other with chirping sounds. They often stand up on their back legs to have a look around. They live in burrows, and they dive into them quickly if there is a threat to them.
by Gareth, January 7, 2015