Add up the money in a wallet full of yen, fold an origami hat, and follow a maze through the sights of Kyoto! These and other playful activities for children ages 6 to 10 offer a warm welcome to the Land of the Rising Sun. A host of crosswords, jumbles, cryptograms, spot-the-differences, and other pu... read more
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Add up the money in a wallet full of yen, fold an origami hat, and follow a maze through the sights of Kyoto! These and other playful activities for children ages 6 to 10 offer a warm welcome to the Land of the Rising Sun. A host of crosswords, jumbles, cryptograms, spot-the-differences, and other puzzles acquaint kids with Japanese geography, language, food, arts, sports, and festivals.
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