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These mnemonic 'Story reminders' help students not only name kanji symbols but enable them to learn their numerical value at the same time!Clear, bright graphics bring the 'stories' to life, aiding memorisation. I use them frequently!IncludedA list of the 'stories'10 single kanji cards with mnemonic
Plays like the popular card game uno but the numbers are replaced by vowel sounds, and the colours corresponds with the consonant sounds.
This is a classroom-proven method that really works! Colourful digital flashcards to display on your computer or class projector or print out in full colour for alternative impact. The stories are humorous, they are engaging and my own students have loved this series. More importantly, they have lea
I used these stories to teach my students Hiragana. This way, students have an easy way to remember them. I used them the most to signal a character when students didn't remember a character. For example, if the student didn't remember the "a" character, I would say, "remember? 'Ah! I caught a fish'
Here's a quick and easy way for anyone to pick up the Japanese numbers (1 to 10) in a jiffy. Learn how to say number 1 to 10 using super mnemonics and have fun at the same time. Each card has: 1. an visual pun to help you learn the number 2. the number in English 3. the number in Hiragana (Japan
This is to complement the Totally Hiragana Teachers' Flashcards. These are flashcards with relevant, humorous stories to help students remember the Hiragana. By buying this pack, you are buying the license to photocopy as many sets or digitally distribute as many copies as you want to students. You
I used these stories to teach my students Hiragana. This way, students have an easy way to remember them. I used them the most to signal a character when students didn't remember a character. For example, if the student didn't remember the "a" character, I would say, "remember? 'Ah! I caught a fish'
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I used these stories to teach my students Hiragana. This way, students have an easy way to remember them. I used them the most to signal a character when students didn't remember a character. For example, if the student didn't remember the "a" character, I would say, "remember? 'Ah! I caught a fish'
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I used these stories to teach my students Hiragana. This way, students have an easy way to remember them. I used them the most to signal a character when students didn't remember a character. For example, if the student didn't remember the "a" character, I would say, "remember? 'Ah! I caught a fish'
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I used these stories to teach my students Hiragana. This way, students have an easy way to remember them. I used them the most to signal a character when students didn't remember a character. For example, if the student didn't remember the "a" character, I would say, "remember? 'Ah! I caught a fish'
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This is an unlimited license for printable desk mats for your classroom. they are in full colour, printable and have icons to remind your students of each Hiragana story. this goes well with Totally Hiragana Flashcards for students and teachers and the Totally Hiragana learning program,By paying $5,
Would you like to learn how to say and write 46 Japanese Hiragana in a flash? If so, this guide is just for you! You will learn: how to say and write these 46 hiragana using super mnemonics and have fun at the same time. It really works! You may also be interested in the following: (14) Learn Japa
Here are the basic 46 hiragana characters, color-coded to help remember the correct vowel sounds. Remember that each character represents an entire syllable, so in the row labeled "k," you'll find the symbols for "ka, ki, ku, ke, ko."Unfortunately, English does not have a simple color word with the

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