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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 mne
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 O
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
30 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
A set of 12 printables showing a variety of pictures that relate to themes of Japan. This set will prove ideal for any topic on Japan, useful for International Day and great for discussions! Buy this resource in a Bundle and SAVE OVER 20%: **Japan Bundle Pack** You might also like our resources
Create a useful student reference whilst decorating your classroom! The beautiful SASHIKO paper creates a traditional effect. Kanji numbers 1 - 20 are displayed on separate flags. Easy assembly - instructions included.
This resource has been produced for teachers of Japanese to enhance their classroom displays in March. The Doll Festival is celebrated in Japan on March 3. The resource is made up of 5 blossom pictures, which can be displayed together so they read ひなまつり across the top. Photos and informational chart
This bundle pack consists of 2 different sets of printables on Japan – 30 pages in total: Buy this bundle and save OVER 20% JAPAN THEMED POSTERS A set of 12 printables showing a variety of pictures that relate to themes of Japan. This set will prove ideal for any topic on Japan, useful for Interna
Students will enjoy learning positional vocabulary and Kanji with the help of a cute ninja! Included Kanji are 上、下、前、後ろ、中、右、左 Also included are どこ 家 There is an additional set with FURIGANA included.
Clear, visually attractive posters for kanji numbers 1-10. Use for display or as flashcards.
Informative charts provide some information about the Star Festival held in Japan. Images to be used to create an eye catching display include: Individual, puffy shaped stars spell た、な、ば、た、ま、つ、り. Other stars contain 七夕 and 七月. Colourful stars have smiley faces. All are easily printed and best la
Add colour and atmosphere to your classroom with this appealing bunting!According to the Oriental Zodiac, 2020 is the Year of the Mouse (Rat), which is the theme for this set of TEN different bunting flags. The flags are easy to print, cut
These expressions are frequently required by students so it is handy to have posters to which they can refer. Whilst not all technically 'requests', included in this set are トイレに行ってもいいですか。 水を飲んでもいいですか。 けいたを使ってもいいですか。 えんぴつをください。 遅くなってすみません。 すみません。
Since PRACTICE makes PERMANENT, teachers need to be very careful HOW their students practice hand-writing. Once learned incorrectly, it is very difficult to change. Explicitly teaching features of 'good' hand-writing, has resulted in a very noticeable improvement in the quality of my students hand-
Expose students of Japanese to a rich text environment by using these labels to name common items.Labels are written in hiragana, with a katakana version of the appropriate words also provided. A version of the katakana labels with furigana is also now included, as well as English equivalents. This
This collection of 14 colourful Kanji cards has the Kanji symbol displayed over a representative image. The Kanji included are 日本 木、森、山、川、花、雨、海、学校、本、田、町、車、電車 The set is deal for display, but could be equally well-used for classroom activities. A black and white kanji-only version is now also incl
Use these flags as a bunting display for easy reference by students. Clear Kanji numbers 1 -10 are included on separate flags. Easy to assemble.
2016 is the Year of the Monkey according to the Oriental Zodiac. In Japan, there is a famous carving of the Three Wise Monkey on a lavish storehouse in the precincts of the Toshogu Shrine - the final resting place of Japan's mighty Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. One of the posters is a photo of this carv
Children's Day in Japan is known as Kodomo no Hi and these koi (carp) labels are just the thing to brighten up the classroom. If you want to use them over and over then you'll need to laminate. You could write the names of your students on them for table labels or practise sight words on them. A
Brighten up the classroom with these Japanese posters with the complete Hiragana alphabet (including Dakuten and Combination Hiragana) with Romaji notation. What's included? Page format: A4 Layout: 1 character/sound per page Style: Colour Text: Hiragana and Romaji Quantity: 106 posters ~ 3 versi
These bright images are designed to be printed, laminated and cut out for display on a magnetic whiteboard. Attach a magnetic sticker to the back of each piece. This allows students to move the pieces and to sequence the kanji in order of the days of the week. Using a timer, adds an exciting, comp
Beautiful SASHIKO paper, gives this bunting a real Japanese feel! Print in colour for a delightful 'Welcome' to your room in the New Year! AKEMASHITE OMEDETOU is written in a clear HIRAGANA font. Easy to assemble - instructions and photos included.
Are you looking to organize your classroom supplies for the new school year? Look no further! These cards with a traditional Sashiko background and Hiragana labels make the perfect choice to start the year organized and aid the students putting away their equipment! What's included? Page format: A4
CELEBRATE 2020, Year of the Mouse, in your Japanese classroom, with these ideas for craft activities and display materials.Instructions, with photos, enable easy comprehension for teachers. Craft activities included are· Ema template + kirigami template· Mobile templates—for writing practice· Fridge

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