Multilingual education should take into account the child's ability, environment and future direction. Some children absorb languages like a sponge, and others do not; some parents are Japanese, but the school environment is foreign; some fathers are Japanese, some mothers are Japanese, and some live with grandparents. It is essential to consider the type of education in these circumstances and how much time parents and children spend. Classroom statistics show that even in relatively challenging environments, such as when the father is only Japanese, simple actions such as parents reading to their children every day can produce positive results in developing Japanese language skills.
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