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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 gener
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
Free clipart. Japanese kimono kids clip art. Cute graphic freebie for school and classroom projects. Teacher seller resource. This digital images set includes 12 cute graphics, boys and girls in kimono costumes. DON'T FORGET TO RATE! Your rating is highly appreciated. You might also like Link-Fre
A collection of high quality graphics showcasing the famous icons of Japan! Images include: Cherry blossom tree, Manekineko cat, Geisha, Mt Fuji, Katana, Chibi girl, Chibi boy, Egg sushi, Sushi roll, Tuna sushi, Ramen noodles, Daruma doll, National Flag, Flag variant, Bonsai tree, Koi fish, Origami
All About Japan Journey around the World Included black and white images and facts about things associated with the country.This coloring book gives all the general basic information about Japan, including:- Japanese flag- Imperial Seal of Japan- Capital-Tokyo - Largest cities - Geography - Languag
3x3 BINGO sheets Included in this freebie are two bingo sheets: one with a free space and one without. There are two bingo grids on each page so the pages can be cut in half. This saves you time and paper! I often used these bingo sheets to review material before moving onto the next lesson or to
Use this scavenger hunt to help students investigate the human and physical geography and other facts on Japan. Teacher directions are provided, offering a number of options for classroom implementation. Includes 40 student clue cards with multiple choice or open-ended questions for investigation an
Recreate Katsushika Hokusai’s colorful paintings and make them your own!11 handmade reproductions of Hokusai’s paintings to be used as coloring pages. They include:A Greeny Hill View of Mt. Fuji over a LakeA Rocky Mountain Seen by the WaterAncient View of Yatsuhashi in MikawaFishermen Hauling a Net
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:
This paper craft activity is designed to offer some flexibility to teachers and students. Primary students learn polite family member names and so a worksheet with these is included. Older students might use the ‘humble’ forms to describe the members of their own families, so a worksheet with these
This is an adjustable document for a revised Japanese Booklet that I used in my 4th grade classroom when we had Japanese pen pals. It includes greetings, basic self introductions, and interests in Japanese. It's very easy and kid-friendly! I lived and worked in Japan before, so the contents within s
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
♛♛♛Kawaii Faces Japan happy kid smile sad clip art svg cute cartoon booth props -87s♛♛♛ The designs in this set may be used for both Personal and Commercial Use. Please read the "Shop Policies" to see all the rights of the designs. ♛♛♛ DOWNLOAD / NO SHIPPING ♛♛♛ NO shipping because this is a dig
Kids bored with the usual methods of learning Hiragana? Try this ! This is just like Colour-By-Number but done with Hiragana! Give them this booklet of engaging, colouring exercises to help them learn their Hiragana line by line and they will have fun at the same time !The pictures are bright, vibr
Sumo Slam is a fun way to revise Hiragana for groups of 3. 2 Players battle eachother as Sumo while the 3rd player is Referee. The Referee shows the players random Hiragana cards taken from the deck of 46 Hiragana Cards (provided) and players have to battle to be the first to answer correctly. The f
Looking to supplement the Japan: The Land and Its People booklet sold here? Need a quick and fun way to do a lesson on Japan? These coloring pages are perfect for early finishers or to use as a supplement to a unit on Japan.
Word sort activity using Japanese loan words "borrowed" from Japanese. This activity provides students studying Japanese language, culture, or history with an opportunity to build on their background knowledge about the Japanese language during the first week of school or with a substitute teacher.
Included: Introduction to Sushi Slideshow: K-12 Design Your Own Sushi Coloring Page: K-12 Paper Sushi Craft: K-12 Jiro Dreams of Sushi Essay Prompt: 8-12 Sushi Rice Recipe (make the rice as a class or before the lesson yourself): K-12 Sushi Rice Recipe (have students make the rice): 4-12 These act
A variety of charts and images to cut out will help you create an eye-catching display.
Japanese paper art origami clipart featuring paper crane, windmill, lily, tulip, fish, duck, and box origami. Fun clip art for hobby and craft projects! Great resource for any school and classroom projects such as for creating bulletin board, printable, worksheet, classroom decor, craft materials,
This paper-craft activity offers teachers flexibility. It could be used as a writing assessment task. It could be used also as a speaking assessment task. Alternately, it could provide students with a chance to review prior learning or research and learn new vocabulary! Whilst I have put in a sample
This is the set of picture cards (16 cards) and 2 color sort boards in Japanese. Sort each picture card into the colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, white, and brown). Directions:1. Cut out the picture cards on Page 5 & 6 and place each card on the color sorting board (Page 3 &

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