Japanese instructor Miko Momozono concluded one of her lessons at Picadome Elementary by singing, in Japanese, a "lost kitten story" song. Among those singing along were Nicolas Russell, 7, right, and Rachel Ha (wearing stripes), 6. Momozono teaches in each kindergarten through third-grade class for 20 minutes a day.
Japanese instructor Miko Momozono concluded one of her lessons at Picadome Elementary by singing, in Japanese, a "lost kitten story" song. Among those singing along were Nicolas Russell, 7, right, and Rachel Ha (wearing stripes), 6. Momozono teaches in each kindergarten through third-grade class for 20 minutes a day.
Japanese instructor Miko Momozono concluded one of her lessons at Picadome Elementary by singing, in Japanese, a "lost kitten story" song. Among those singing along were Nicolas Russell, 7, right, and Rachel Ha (wearing stripes), 6. Momozono teaches in each kindergarten through third-grade class for 20 minutes a day.

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