Machinto, Do You Hear a Little Bird Crying?

Based on the beautiful Japanese picture book Machinto, The Machinto Project brings classrooms of the world together to study the effects of war on children. Click on About Machinto to view a presentation on Machinto, and to learn how students
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Based on the beautiful Japanese picture book Machinto, The Machinto Project brings classrooms of the world together to study the effects of war on children. Click on About Machinto to view a presentation on Machinto, and to learn how students in Canada reached out to students in Japan to discuss how children are affected by war.

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