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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
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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
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Warning: These braids are Addictive! If you need a fun and easy jewelry or textile related lesson, this is a FUN one! I used this lesson last Spring as students finished their Kente Cloth Cardboard Weaving lesson. These braids were a great "early-finisher" activity to keep students engaged while o
Anime Portraits (Art Project & Presentation) Anime/MangaEngage your students with an art style they will love; Anime! This product contains both a Powerpoint presentation and a PDF file with step-by-step drawing instructions and printable visual examples to help your students draw facial featur
This 45-slide PowerPoint will teach your student a song from Japan. It discuss facts about Japan and Japanese music. It also offers your students the opportunity to practice reading Re, add recorder and other instruments, add movement, and create their own rhythm to use in improvisation on their v
I have created this planning template to help Japanese teachers align their units of work with the revised draft of the Australian Curriculum: Languages. This attached file is for years: Foundation to Year 2.
The Hungry Caterpillar - Sequencing This ready-to-deliver lesson on the Hungry Caterpillar includes everything you need - lesson plan and accompanying resources/worksheets. Designed for Year 2 students, this lesson addresses the Australian Curriculum sub-strands "informing" and "systems of the lang
This school lesson plan accompanies the book, Sushi: A Children's Book comes with a Japanese vocabulary character sheet, map to identify the country of Japan and the flag, Japanese facts, and a fun DIY Sushi craft consisting of only 3 materials (felt, cotton balls, electrical tape). The book can be
I have created this planning template to help Japanese teachers align their units of work with the revised draft of the Australian Curriculum: Languages. This attached file is for years: 5 to 6
I have created this planning template to help Japanese teachers align their units of work with the revised draft of the Australian Curriculum: Languages. The attached file is for Years: 3 to 4
The Hungry Caterpillar – talking about what you ate This ready-to-deliver lesson on the Hungry Caterpillar includes everything you need - lesson plan and accompanying resources/worksheets. Designed for Year 4 students, this lesson addresses the Australian Curriculum sub-strands "informing", "creati
Students can sing 'Mary Had a Little Lamb' in Japanese in the first class! The familiar tune makes this song easy to sing in Japanese. This material is good for Japanese language beginners. I saw many shy students willingly sing this song without difficulty. I encourage you to introduce this son
This lesson focuses on "likes" and "dislikes." It also includes the negative form of です and a list of common hobbies/nouns.
This lesson introduces students to the culture of Japan! It is a wonderful way to incorporate Japan into the spring curriculum, because the Japanese Carp windsocks are put out to celebrate Children's Day in Japan, which is on May 5th! Along with every lesson I include a sheet of handouts that desc
This is a seven week unit plan about the Japanese tea ceremony. It goes through the history of the tea ceremony and guides students to plan and conduct their own tea ceremony for friends or family members. The unit focuses heavily on not only the Japanese traditions and roots of the ceremony but on
Lesson 1 of basic vocabulary with pictures. Translation into English characters (Romaji) and to Hiragana or Katakana Japanese characters. Space is provided to practice writing every word in Japanese to improve motor skills or just aid handwriting and memory of the words and Japanese alphabets. Each
My students always loved any type of fiber art. They loved weaving and beading so when I showed my 5th graders this twisted braid that they could make with their 2 favorite colors, they were so excited that many wanted to take them back to class or home to finish early. Now that's a great project. G
Inspired by some of the pictographs from Hiragana in 48 minutes, and introducing a lot of my own pictographs, these two short stories and accompanying lesson plans provide an innovative and fun new method to effectively teach the basic 46 hiragana, as well as the combined/blended sounds and voiced s
Get the basics right! This template will allow you to design a comprehensive lesson plan aligned with the Australian Curriculum, including prompts to important considerations and links to the relevant sections of the Australian Curriculum website. For an overview of the Australian Curriculum as i
Block Prints - HokusaiArt project and presentation of my Block Printing lesson. I teach this lesson to my 5th graders and they enjoy learning about the history of block printing and the life and artwork of Katsushika Hokusai. Every student loves designing, carving and printing their own block. It
This artwork is inspired by the book, The Beckoning Cat by KoKo Nishizuka. Draw a beautiful Japanese beckoning cat using step-by-step instructions with photos and different artistic materials. A fun activity to go with this inspiring book based on a folktale about a good luck symbol in Japan, The L
Thanksgiving Lesson Pack! Are you an ALT or EFL teacher? Do you need a quick, easy, low-prep lesson for Thanksgiving? Then look no further! This pack includes: • 1 great 45 min lesson plan • 3 differentiated hand turkey worksheets (which wold make a cute display!) • 4 differentia
The next set of characters are modified from the some of the first Hiragana characters to create new sounds. Lesson 2 continues the development of the Hiragana characters with new sounds and sample words to write and learn.
I have created this planning template to help Japanese teachers align their units of work with the revised draft of the Australian Curriculum: Languages. The attached file is for years: 7 to 8

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