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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
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
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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
A complete teaching kit, including student workbook, representing at least a term's work! A suggested teaching sequence is provided but flexibility remains with the teacher. Students will learn * the names of 9 animals * the names of 9 colours * the question なに を みます か。 * the sentence pattern ( ad
This resource now includes 5 different cards for each day of the week. Bold scallop frames make the cards ideal for display, but they could be equally well-used for class activities.Each Kanji symbol for a day of the week is placed over an image showing it's meaning.Each Kanji has an illustrated mne
A set of 18 printable fact cards that give key, fun and interesting facts about Japan. Teachers also have the option to use this set as a vocabulary word wall as each fact card has a keyword heading related to the fact and topic. Great for International Day! Buy this resource in a Bundle and SAVE O
This is a complete teaching kit featuring a 'story' book in picture and written formats two original songs new group game hands on activities flashcards, playing cards, student workbook pages teaching sequence suggestion Australian curriculum alignment details and more! Vocabulary includes のり ノート
PETS: a unit for young learners of Japanese! This comprehensive unit of work will enable students to introduce their pet; or one they would like to own! Sentence patterns covered: わたしのペットです。 いぬです。 いぬのなまえは SPOTです。 三さいです。 小さいです。 はいいろ です。 だいすきです! The materials included in this unit comprise: Pictur
A set of 12 printables showing a variety of pictures that relate to themes of Japan. This set will prove ideal for any topic on Japan, useful for International Day and great for discussions! Buy this resource in a Bundle and SAVE OVER 20%: **Japan Bundle Pack** You might also like our resources
30 commonly used expressions in the Japanese classroom. Each expression is displayed on an UCHIWA - a Japanese fan. The English equivalent is also displayed below the Japanese. These UCHIWA would make a pleasing classroom display or could be used as flashcards. the expressions included are よくできま
This is a game to be played pairs with the aim being for students to 'collect' three hiragana symbols in a row. Students take turns to roll a dice and move their counter on the game board ( 2 versions included to aid differentiation). The student states the sound of the hiragana symbol they have la
Haiku Poetry Powerpoint Presentation Plus Student WorksheetThis four slide PowerPoint presentation demonstrates how Haiku poetry is created and gives examples of poems created by children. There is a Haiku worksheet included so student can create their own Haiku poems. Kid-friendly graphics have be
This engaging resource provides materials for a complete teaching unit.Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to name 8 farm animals and make sentences describing their colour.Students will be able to read and write animal names, read colour nouns and also read complete statements!This kit provide
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
This Teaching and Learning resource is designed for younger students of Japanese to learn to ask and answer the question たんじょうびは何月ですか。using the months of the year. 一月~十二月.No romaji is included.The unit does assume students have already learned how to count, at least to ten, in Japanese, and can reco
A lively run-around game that will have students up out of their seats, moving around the room to find their next hiragana clue! It can be played competitively, with the first to finish ( with correct clues) deemed the winner. The game can be played with up to 40 students or as few as 2! Students ke
This unit has been designed to encourage oral story re-telling. Along the way, students can learn to read key words and expressions, if the teacher wishes to also make this an aim for the unit. The story file pages can be displayed using a data projector/IWB or printed to make a hard-copy story boo
Quick Easy and Fun!Roll and Cover is a game to consolidate KANJI number understanding and one to one correspondence.Eight bright and appealing game boards are included.Four boards review kanji from 1-6Four boards review kanji from 1- 12.Students will need a board each, a dice per group and a pile of
A quick game to play ( 2-3 players). Easy for the teacher to set-up. Useful for number value consolidation, review or an activity for quick finishers. The set includes number cards in different formats - kanji, hiragana and romaji versions to suit different students and situations. Wild cards add a
A simple animated PowerPoint presentation showing how to draw a manga-style face. Being a single slide, each step is drawn in a clear manner and can be kept on the screen for students to refer back to, if they want to check what has been drawn. You could print the slide off, however, it is better to
In Japan the song, 赤い鳥小鳥 is a well-know children’s song. With repetitive lyrics, it is easy to remember and an enjoyable way of practising colour adjectives. In the traditional version, the colours red, white and blue are usual. In this resource I have added PINK, YELLOW, GREEN, PURPLE and ORANGE
BODY PARTS are frequently taught in Primary Japanese language programs, beginning with the popular 'Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes' song. ( eg. GenkiJapan version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98rDSRw7sv0).This unit creates a purpose for learning body part vocabulary by using the question answer
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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
These printable resources are designed for use with young students of the Japanese language, and centre on a simple action song titled ぱんだ、うさぎ、こあら. (YOUTUBE has various clips) Suggestions for use are provided for the various activity pages, but of course teachers may use the reso

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