Here is a set of 36 colourful cards for students to match up. The left side card has half of the word, the right side card has the pother half. The picture is on both cards, cut down the middle (see the preview if this is unclear).
Simple Hiragana words, minimal use of tenten.
To use the cards
Students practice describing and guessing traditional Japanese objects and activities.
1. Print the cards and fold along the middle line. They can now be laminated in business-card size cards. Look very professional and the backing design hides the card's content.
2. Match one word from column A,
Takarabako Self Access Task 02 Self Introduction
Task 02 is called "Let me introduce myself" and is part of a collection of cards from the Takarabako Volume 01 series.
The Takara Bako Junior series is a “treasure chest” of reading activities for Upper Primary and Year 7 to 9 students. Students c
This resource is designed to support Orange Belt Unit 1 of 4 [Follow Your Dreams]
*Step 2; each occupation flashcard has the question
"おしごと は なん です か？", the picture [drawn by a Japanese artist] and the answer in script only [hiragana *& katakana when appropriate]
At an Orange belt level, DDJ en
Students express their goals and love of learning with these motivator cards and focused reminders. Encourage student to be the best they can be with Tookie Hops carrot points and I love learning cards! Have students design their task cards for projects, homework or subject units.