Highlights from P4 and P5’s Japan Day Fuji Festival

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Thank you again to all the teachers, volunteers, visitors, parents and carers who made today’s wonderful event possible.

We enjoyed karate, drumming, Japanese language, traditional and robotic toys, origami and sushi making.

We were delighted to welcome the Deputy Consulate General of Japan and Local Councillor Maureen Child.

Sharing and learning about cultures is an important part of our education and citizenship.

Article 31: Our Right to relax and play and enjoy a range of cultural and artistic activities.

Questions to Investigate:

What is the capital of Japan?

What does the Japanese flag and money look like?

What sports are enjoyed in Japan?

Can I write my name in Japanese?

How far is Japan from Edinburgh?

Can you think of your own questions to research?

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