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Kumamoto-Montana joint educational program

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caldigger

Well if it's geared for 5th- 6th graders it is likely going to be way too difficult for my understanding. :headscratch:

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David in Japan
35 minutes ago, caldigger said:

Well if it's geared for 5th- 6th graders it is likely going to be way too difficult for my understanding. :headscratch:

I will let you know when we publish the one with the colouring stuff :P

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caldigger
5 hours ago, David in Japan said:

I will let you know when we publish the one with the colouring stuff :P

If you have one with pop-up pictures, that would be appreciated. :D

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Tidgy's Dad

Congratulations.

Good work.:)

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Ludwigia

So you're not just a hobbyist, but also do some serious work, eh? :P Congrats on the completion of the preparation and the beginning of a worthwhile project!

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David in Japan
2 hours ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Congratulations.

Good work.:)

 

2 hours ago, Ludwigia said:

So you're not just a hobbyist, but also do some serious work, eh? :P Congrats on the completion of the preparation and the beginning of a worthwhile project!

Thank you.

 

Ludwigia, I consider myself more as a lucky hobbyist who has the chance to work sometimes at a museum in Japan ^_^

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CBchiefski

Such a great program @David in Japan and it is something else to see such an incredible learning opportunity for children. One of the few regrets I have was not trying to be a part of this project.

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David in Japan
17 hours ago, CBchiefski said:

Such a great program @David in Japan and it is something else to see such an incredible learning opportunity for children. One of the few regrets I have was not trying to be a part of this project.

Thank you. Do you mean you had the opportunity to work on this project?

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CBchiefski
On 1/22/2019 at 4:31 PM, David in Japan said:

Thank you. Do you mean you had the opportunity to work on this project?

Nearly yes, was too busy with research and my own classes though. I do try to work with children when and where I can, visiting classrooms, taking school groups out to a dig site, etc.

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