Hiragana Alphabet: "ru"

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They say the younger you are, the easier it is to learn a new language! Now you and your child can learn the basics of Japanese together. Your child will get to trace letters, practice phonics and build fine motor skills, and you both will be able to learn a few new words in Japanese.

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Kindergarten Japanese Foreign Language Worksheets: Hiragana Alphabet:
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