This "All About Japan" booklet can be used for a very basic country study in lower elementary grades! Each page contains a basic fact and related illustration. All graphics are in an outline format so that it's ready to be colored like a mini-coloring book.
This coloring booklet gives all the general/basic information about Japan, including:
-geography (islands in the Pacific Ocean)
-capital city of Tokyo
-popular Japanese foods
This 20-something page kid-friendly and thorough informational booklet was written for UPPER ELEMENTARY readers. It contains 14 sub topics on Japan:GeographyThe Great Tohoku EarthquakePrefectures and CitiesReligionHolidays3 Special Holidays for ChildrenPeopleLanguageGovernmentSymbols of JapanEducationTransportationWhat do kids do in their free time?Speak JapaneseMy Questions (Extra) – A notes page for students to add extra vocabulary and questionsGlossary (Extra) – All words underlined throughou
Learning about the country of Japan with your students is easy thanks to this differentiated learning nonfiction printable booklet set! You can now travel to the land of Japan via the comfort of your own classroom in a fun and educational way. This is one of my best-selling Country Study projects; you know you can't go wrong when it is used and loved in over 1000 classrooms worldwide!Please Note: this is one of my digitally downloadable printable country studies that is also available at discoun
This slideshow helps elementary students quickly learn about famous landmarks, food, art, and the culture of Japan. You can use this slideshow at the beginning of a unit on Japan. You can also print it out and use it as a book for student research. This slideshow also has 4 questions at the end of the slideshow to review what students have learned. This download comes as a PDF file and is NOT editable as a PDF. However, you can open this slideshow in the TPT EASEL program and add or delete pages
This 18-something page kid-friendly and thorough informational booklet was written for LOWER ELEMENTARY readers. It contains 13 sub topics on Japan:GeographyMount FujiCities and Homes3 Special Holidays for ChildrenLanguageSymbols of JapanFlagFlowerClothingFoodSchoolWhat do Kids do in their Free Time?SportsSpeak JapaneseMy Questions (Extra) – A notes page for students to add extra vocabulary and questionsGlossary (Extra) – All words underlined throughout the booklet can be found defined in the gl
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in Japan?Learn what it might be like to be a kid in Japan through the eyes of a Japanese girl named Aki. Students will see what it’s like to attend school in Japan, what food they might eat, what sports they might play, and what they might do with their families for fun on weekends. Great for Distance Learning! The Olympics is a great time to teach your students about different countries around the world.Included in This Kid's Life: Japan:A le
This a 42 page pack that includes 14 activities designed as an introduction to the Japanese culture, suitable for Kindergarten and grade 1. While I myself am not Japanese, I spent a lot of time researching as I was required to teach about the culture (not the language) as a pre-requisite for junior students before they started their formal language lessons.The activities are based around a fun, hands on approach to give students ‘a taste’ of Japan. Included are each of the printable activities,
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All of my clip art is original art, hand drawn, by me. The images in this set are saved in 300 dpi so the graphics look sharp on your projects. You'll receive one .zip file with both color and black & white PNG files (with a transparent background.) All
This set features an Asian family with a mom, dad, grandparents, kids, aunt and uncle as well as extra art - see thumbnails.
19 color and black and white illustrations - 38 in all. Perfect for worksheets and activities, TPT Sellers, bulletin boards and scrapbooks.
300dpi, high resolution files for quality printing.
png files with transparent backgrounds.
PLEASE NOTE - If you plan to use this art on a product to sell please provide a credit link to Kari Bolt either on the product itself or in th
You will receive a lesson including child friendly information about the artist Katsushika Hokusai and his famous woodblock print, The Great Wave.
Students will learn about movement in visual art and value in colors. Included are color copies of Hokusai examples, Mrs. Smith's original painting example, and a blue value chart. In addition, you will receive step by step drawing and painting instructions. This lesson is 18 pages including color examples. More information can be found at artwith
This is a guide to setting up a program, using the karate belt system, to help interest, motivate and challenge your students as they work towards mastering Hiragana. Included is;Teaching ideas and a possible teaching sequence Recording sheet for students Display posters outlining the beltsPrintable labels for containers Printable practice cardsCertificates for green and black belt
Take a pretend trip to Japan to learn fun facts and information about Japanese life.Using this country study, students can:Cut out a passport stamp and paste it into an included passport to start the journeyCreate a tab-style booklet featuring different information about Japan and Japanese cultureAnswer questions about the facts and information they have studiedComplete various activities, such as a crossword puzzle, a word search, and moreWrite informational texts as copywork or compose their o
The beloved story 'Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?' has been adapted for use by Primary students in the Japanese classroom. The colourful graphics and repetitive nature of the story make it enjoyable and accessible for young students.This resource comprises a complete teaching unit, including a student activity book. A detailed teaching sequence is provided but flexibility remains with the teacher.Students will learn * the names of 9 animals* the names of 9 colours* the question 何を見ますか
The unit is designed for students of Japanese and includes a wide variety of materials and activity ideas to free up teacher time for teaching!!By undertaking this unit of work students will develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. ( Please note that ROMAJI is not used.)The aim is that students will be able to report on the weather in cities in Japan.This resource was originally created in 2015.In 2021 a suggested teaching sequence was added.The update in 2022 is a major one and
Notan Cut Paper Design Project!Introduce your art students to the Art of Japan! Middle School, or High School art students will love creating Notan Designs! Students will learn about the Art Elements Space and Organic and Geometric Shape. This lesson also covers the Design Principles Contrast, Variety, and Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Balance!What is a Notan?A Notan is a Japanese design that uses positive and negative space and dark and light shapes to create balanced, high contrast designs.►Mat
This resource now includes 5 different cards for each day of the week. Bold scallop frames make the cards ideal for display, but they could be equally well-used for class activities.Each Kanji symbol for a day of the week is placed over an image showing it's meaning.Each Kanji has an illustrated mnemonic- a story reminder. This helps students with meaning and pronunciation. ( 2 different ideas for SUNDAY and THURSDAY are included - please choose which you think better) One version of each has th
PETS: a unit for young learnersThis comprehensive unit will enable students to introduce their pet or one they would like to own! Sentence patterns covered:わたしのペットです。ぼくのペットです。犬です。なまえは SPOTです。三才です。小さいです。はいいろ です。大好きです！The materials included in this unit comprise:A 'story' presentation which depicts various children introducing their pets - students will hear the sentence patterns and vocabulary many times and participate in choral 'reading'. ( Please note that romaji is NOT used.)A detailed teachi
This lesson set is a wonderful resource to add to your music collection. Use it to teach students about Japanese culture, and introduce or practice syncopation, percussion accompaniment composition, and more. This lesson set is included in the Japanese Music Lesson Set Bundle. You can get a free sample of some of the resources included in this set with the Donguri: FREE sampler.The song, "Donguri Korokoro", is sung by children all over Japan, and is perfect for younger students. It is about an a
Do you love sushi? I do! I love the look of it almost as I love the taste.
This fun collection of clip art can be used to help teach a lesson about Japanese cuisine or perhaps the pieces of sushi can be used in a math lesson. Be creative! Have fun!
This collection includes:
a wooden plate
and a pair of chopsticks
All of my clip art is original art, hand painted, by me. The images in this set are saved in 300 dpi so
A 156 page primary teaching unit using real photographs! To teach about the country there are map and flag diagrams. There is also an original ebook with photos. Students will learn more about the transportation in Japan with a matching game (picture/word cards) and writing activity. There is also carp kite art activity, Japanese fan, traditional clothing, writing symbols/characters practice, learning to count 1-5 in Japanese, a language matchiung game, school life ebook, and more! This unit
A set of 18 printable fact cards that give key, fun and interesting facts about Japan. Teachers also have the option to use this set as a vocabulary word wall as each fact card has a keyword heading related to the fact and topic. Great for International Day!Buy this resource in a Bundle and SAVE OVER 20%:**Japan Bundle Pack**You might also like our resources on: Japan Themed PostersAustralian Landmarks Photo SetChina Themed PostersIndia Themed PostersLondon Themed Photo SetUnited Kingdom Posters
32 commonly used expressions in the Japanese classroom.Each expression is displayed on an UCHIWA - a Japanese fan.The English equivalent is also displayed below the Japanese.These UCHIWA would make a pleasing classroom display or could be used as flashcards.the expressions included are よくできました、すばらしい、すごい、 おめでとう、 すみません、がんばって、かった、まけた、ざんねん、どうぞ、 ありがとう、どういたしまして,きをつけて、だいじょうぶ？、 はい、だいじょうぶ、こうして、わかりましたかはい・いいえ、しずかに、もういちど、できた、きいて、すわって、たって、みて、トイレにいってもいい？、みずをのんでもいい？、ドアをしめて， はじまりましょう、かたずけましょう、
A set of charts to print, laminate and display or use on an IWB.Clear clip art pictures add to the themed set's appeal.The set coversMonths of the year and the question card 何月ですか。Days of the week and the question card 何よう日ですか。Days of the month and the question card何日ですか。The weather and the question card どんな天気ですか。The season and the question card きせつは？Temperature adjectives and the question card 今日はどんな日？ A set of arrows is also included so that details can be highlighted.
This is a game to be played pairs with the aim being for students to 'collect' three hiragana symbols in a row.
Students take turns to roll a dice and move their counter on the game board ( 2 versions included to aid differentiation). The student states the sound of the hiragana symbol they have landed on and then they write it in the correct position on their blank chart sheet.
In this way students get practice in reviewing hiragana sounds, the arrangement of the hiragana chart and writing the