Manga and anime declared good study tools for kids

I think that teaching children how to read things (or understand things) that are interesting to them is very elegant. Seamless, you might say. Also: anime and manga plot lines can be VERY convoluted, and it must take some brainpower to make sense of them. That’s another plus…

Oh, and if you figured out a way to teach Japanese to them as they were interested in anime and manga well you are just helping them even more.

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Children’s books and television shows these days are nothing compared to the ones that many of us had growing up. At least that’s what we tell ourselves. I think back fondly on those days of watching Rugrats and Scooby Doo marathons and scoff at the thought of modern-age children rotting their brains with Spongebob and Annoying Orange. But the fact of the matter is that letting kids subject themselves to those books and animations is important to the development of reading comprehension and critical thinking skills, though the shows now seem like garbage to our fully-developed minds.

In Japan, the same sort of issue arises with kids becoming obsessed with manga and anime. Parents may try to insist that their children put away the comics and pick up a real book. Some may even go so far as to throw out their child’s comic magazines as they begin to…

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