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Koala Dundee's Stay in Japan

Koala Dundee from Australia

On November 12th, Kodomo Eigo which is an English School in Fuchu town, Hiroshima, Japan received a package from Australia. Children of Class of Year 4 and their teacher, Ms. Serena Marshall at Miallo State School in North Queensland, Australia sent it to Kodomo Eigo.
Kazue Kunimoto who is a teacher of Kodomo Eigo found a toy koala whose name is Koala Dundee, letters and books that were given by Year 4. Students of Kodomo Eigo were delighted to have Koala Dundee.
Children's letter for Year 4
At first Koala Dundee visited Strawberry Class on Wednesday. In Strawberry there are three fourth graders (Junya pointing fingers, Shun sitting on center and Momoyo with Koala Dundee), two third graders (Shohei sitting on the left and Mitsuki putting a hand on her mouth) and one second grader (Aya in white and pink). Junya, Shun and Shohei are boys. Momoyo, Mitsuki and Aya are girls. They enjoyed reading letters from Australia and they also wanted to write letter to Year 4. Koala Dundee had a good time with Strawberry Class.

Children's letter for Year 4


At first Koala Dundee visited
Strawberry Class on Wednesday. In Strawberry there are three fourth graders (Junya pointing fingers, Shun sitting on center and Momoyo with Koala Dundee), two third graders (Shohei sitting on the left and Mitsuki putting a hand on her mouth) and one second grader (Aya in white and pink). Junya, Shun and Shohei are boys. Momoyo, Mitsuki and Aya are girls. They enjoyed reading letters from Australia and they also wanted to write letter to Year 4. Koala Dundee had a good time with Strawberry Class.

Aya and Shun took Koala Dundee to 7 Eleven in Fuchu town. There are a lot of convenience stores in Japan.

And then Peach Class met with Koala Dundee on Thursday. In Peach Class there are two second graders (Miyuki sitting on the right and Kento in black) and four first graders (Mai in green, Risa with Shiro who is Travel Buddy of Kodomo Eigo, Momoko in black sitting upper and Yuki in blue sitting upper. Kento is a boy. Momoko, Yuki, Mai and Risa are girls. This is a picture of Peach with Shiro. Ms. Kunimoto failed to take a picture of Koala Dundee and Peach. Peach wrote letters to Year 4, too

Koala Dundee saw Cherry Class on Friday. In Cherry Class, there are one third grader (Manami in black), two second graders (Kenta sitting on the left and Ayano in brown) and three first graders (Ayaka in pink, Honoka with Koala Dundee and Takahiro sitting on the right). Kenta and Takahiro are boys. Ayano, Ayaka, Honoka and Manami are girls. Also Cherry Class wrote letters to Year 4.



In Orange Class there are one second grader (Kazuma in red and white with Koala Dundee), two first graders (Chiho in navy blue and Manaka in pink and white) and two kindergartners (Hina in black and Tomoka on the left to Ms. Kunimoto who is a teacher). Kazuma is a boy. Tomoka, Hina, Manaka, and Chiho are girls. They loved to write letter to Year 4.

 


In Pineapple Class there are ten kindergartners. Atsuhiro, Shun, Shu, Kento, Yudai, Takuto, Reiya and Riki are boys. Mai and Yuri are girls. Pineapple Class enjoy learning English with their mothers, brothers and sisters. Pineapple Class and Orange Class use a room at a community center. Its name is Fukujukan.

Fukujukan is primarily a facility of Fuchu town for elderly people. A lot of elderly people use it every day. This is a picture of Orange Class standing in front of an entrance of Fukujukan.


Koala Dundee went to local post office. He sat on the top of a post. It was windy so it was very dangerous for Koala Dundee to be there.

Kazue and Koala Dundee look into a creek on a small bridge by the post office.


Next he went to a rice field. It's fall now so farmers had already harvested rice.

He went to a Shinto Shrine with Kazue. Kazue was standing on the stone-paved approach under a huge shrine gate. You go up a long flight of stairs and see a Shinto shrine, Take Jinja.

This is a Japanese traditional store room.

Koala Dundee enjoyed his stay in Japan and went back to Australia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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