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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
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This art lesson includes an introductory slideshow and 2 videos to make it easy to deliver this lesson as a Distance Learning Art activity for at-home learners! One video is also a READ ALOUD version to provide accommodation! This is a fun and easy, concept rich, cultural art project to add to your
This is a booklet that you can print for Year 4-7 classes. It has 12 pets, then adjectives, descriptive sentence making sheets and the likes and dislikes of the pets.
Here is a series of pages that can be used as a booklet or as activity pages or pages to glue into a book. There is a title page, then a classroom Japanese page, colours (using Ninja pictures), Rainbow colouring, Colouring Challenge with a monkey picture, Numbers 1-20, Kanji Numbers 1-12, tracing Ka
Have some Sushi! Free! Download these images to decorate Japan-themed crafts and/or lesson plans. You can use them as coloring pages, too! Feel free to resize them as needed! Included in this clip art package: An image of Sushi Platter created by me in color and in black & white Terms of U
This is a handout to accompany the film Ponyo, by Studio Ghibli. It took approximately 2 hours to create and format. The handout features a synopsis, character list and a page of questions related to the film. Can be used as a stand-alone lesson or to accompany a screening of the film. Emphasises
Here are some sheets that you can use in booklets or as worksheets to help students learn Hiragana and stroke order. 2 worksheets are at the end to quiz and challenge students. 14 printable pages in total.
A handy printout for learning the names for parts of the body and clothes in Japanese. The printout comes in the following variations: - Labels in kanji with furigana - Labels in hiragana with roumaji - Labels with Japanese missing (For recall) - No labels
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This resource includes printable pages which can be collated to make a workbook for student use. Activities aim to develop student ability to recognise and write the focus hiragana symbols. Workbook activities include: * Colour and count, * Partner dice games * Listening quizzes * Trace and write,
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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
This is a fun, engaging and educational unit. It will suit Yr 4-6 students who are learning Hiragana. Teaching ideas, teaching possibilities, song links, printable book in colour (eBook as well) and a printable book for students, complete with illustrations. Students trace to Hiragana and can colou
Empire of the Sun is a great story to share when discussing general warfare, World War II, refugees, English, Chinese, or Japanese History. I've included a movie guide for 3 days of viewing with 6 or 7 questions per day so if you are only watching parts of the film, you can easily omit questions. I
This is a word search handout based on the film Ponyo, by Studio Ghibli. It took approximately 2 hours to create and format. Students must answer twelve short, single word questions about the film, then find the answers in the word search. The emphasis of the activity is on characters and themes fr
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Over 10 fun and rewarding worksheets to help students read and write Hiragana quickly and effectively. Over 5hrs worth of work as well as assessment in Reading and Writing. Particuarly good for Elementary/Primary grades where extra support is needed in script learning. Assessment is ready to go for
Learn basic foods in Japanese and numbers for calculating prices. Food vocabulary selected is deliberately 'kid friendly/typical lunchbox food', so it is relevant for the students. Your students will LOVE the Japanese images! ~ created by a Japanese native in Japan, specifically for Dan-Dan Japanese
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Vocabulary lists that correspond with Japanese for Young People, Volume 1, Lessons 1-7. Teachers can use these lists for students to study vocabulary presented in the book.
Easy to use hiragana syllabary.
This is an introductory worksheet for first-time Japanese learners. Feel free to white out the "Japanese 9" or the demo using my name to fit it into your class. The worksheet also enables you to compare and contrast hiragana and katakana using a venn diagram, so it would be useful to have some flash
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The first of my Japanese: Hiragana series. This pack contains the following... Introduction sheet (Blk/Wht version and Colour Version) 5 Simple colouring sheets 2 Simple puzzle sheets (Blk/Wht version and Colour Version) 2 Puzzle answer sheets (Blk/Wht version and Colour Version) 15 pages in total
Over 10 fun and rewarding worksheets to help students read and write Hiragana quickly and effectively. Over 5hrs worth of work as well as assessment in Reading and Writing. Particularly good for Elementary/Primary grades where extra support is needed in script learning. Assessment is ready to go for
Do you have a student who speaks Japanese? Are you unsure if his/her speech and language errors are due to second language influence or a communication disorder? Use this packet to accurately differentiate between errors that are related to second-language influence or are due to a communication
This is a Katakana Character Chart. The worksheets are designed to help people learn and write Katakana. Also, the worksheets help students learn Japanese vocabulary words that borrow foreign words.
This PDF is designed to challenge and motivate students to improve on their reading fluency of hiragana. Kids LOVE "Beat the Clock" Dan-Dan Japanese recommends using this resource during Years 4 [Pink Belt] and Year 5 [Aqua Belt], but can be used for any year level mastering hiragana script. ◎Readi
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This resource is adapted from the QLD Senior Syllabus 2018 to help guide teachers and students as to what kanji are mandatory in QLD over Brown and Black Belt Senior Japanese.Students should be encouraged to incorporate as many of these kanji into their writing tasks.https://www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/down

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