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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 JapanEducati
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; y
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
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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 t
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 exa
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 sam
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 als
This is for a bundle of two of my JAPAN Country Studies for PowerPoint:JAPAN Country Study: Geography, History, Culture, GovernmentJAPAN Country Study: Culture, Vocabulary, Powerpoint, Game Descriptions for each are below.-------------------------------------------------------------------1) JAPAN C
Konichiwa! We've included our favorite things to order in Japanese restaurants. In this set we're including 40 images total. You'll find 20 colored and 20 black/white outlined clips included: Soy Sauce Teapot 1 Plain Chopsticks 1 Chopsticks w/ Face Ginger Wasabi Edamame Beans Sesame Seeds Sauce
This lesson set is a wonderful resource to add to your world music collection. Use it to teach students about pentatonic and/or minor music with slides showing the solfege, create an Orff ensemble piece with barred percussion borduns, teach low C, E, and F on recorder, identify same and different mu
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Japan Unit Study for kindergarten or first grade students - Your students will enjoy learning about the culture, traditions, the cherry blossom festival and making Japanese paper dolls. Included in this freebie: 1. Bento Box Directions2. Doll in Kimono ((link)3. Japanese Cherry Blossom Tree4. Japa
This lesson set is a wonderful resource to add to your music collection. Use it to teach students about pentatonic music with slides showing the solfege, teach compound meter in 6/8 through the melody and percussion accompaniment parts (including 3 Orff xylophone ostinati parts) along with lesson ex
This Japan Country Study with emphasis on Culture and Vocabulary with a Japanese game is a fun way to introduce or review Japan with students! Your students will enjoy the cute graphics, REAL photos, and game all while learning about Japan. All files are editable!DOWNLOAD THE FREE PREVIEW!CONTENTS5
This unit allows students to gain an understanding of Japanese culture through hands on and research based center. Sushi making, origami, flag study, book study, word search, computer research...
How to hook your students walking into Japanese lessons? Bring Japan to your classroom by using engaging photographic wallpapers displayed from your computer or laptop via the classroom data projector. Start your 2016 with these free Japanese themed「かべがみ」: * Japanese Stacked Carparks * Plastic Ice
This package is set up to supplement a unit on Japan. Included are 2 KWL documents. One is blank, for your students to fill in. The other one is an example KWL chart that has already been filled out with a lot of information I came across while I was covering this country with my students. Included
This collection includes a set of 8 royalty-free clip art graphics. It comes with black and white line art files of each design. The graphics in this collection of Japan clip art are a cherry blossom tree, girl in a Kimono, boy in traditional attire, Mt. Fuji, Manekineko cat, torii gate, sushi, an
Introductory activities, puzzles and ひらがな script development in a variety of engaging BLMs that present ひらがな in stand-alone activities or applied to intercultural contextual situations. A great way to complement exisiting practices for teaching ひらがな with your students. Wanting some ひらがな Cards with
Yuki will teach students about New Year in Japan using this powerpoint. Students can also make their own nengajo (new year card).
This is the perfect mini-unit to supplement a study on Japan, or to introduce students to the Japanese culture. It's also great for a spring or seasons study, as it incorporates a lesson about cherry blossom viewing! It's 8 pages long (not counting the map answer key) with the following activities:
Sensei-tional Classrooms brings to you Black Line Masters for Japanese Language, Intercultural & Literacy Activities: Cultural 日本 A series of BLMs around cultural Japan, this resource can be useful for a number of intercultural activities, script practice, research skills, reading comprehension
Sensei-tional Classrooms bring to you Black Line Masters for Japanese Language, Intercultural & Literacy Activities: Discover 日本 Do you want to explain why Sakurajima has been erupting lately? Would you like to discuss the upcoming 5th anniversary of the Great Tohoku Earthquake and the associat
This game is so fun! Similar to "rock, paper, scissors," this Japanese game is a fun way to get your students up out of their chairs AND learning about Japanese culture. The game is sung and also teaches students to work with partners and show respect. You can use this as a brain break, musical gam
Sensei-tional Classrooms Kanji Wipe 'n' Write: Japanese Numbers 1-4 Sample 1. Print off each of the Kanji Numbers Write ‘n’ Wipe card in colour to make 4-5 sets of cards. 2. Laminate each card in a protective laminate pouch and organise into sets. 3. Set up as a rotational individual activity or

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