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Hiragana desk display has the 46 Hiragana with Romaji underneath. Also the Kanji numbers from 1-10, with the Hiragana included. This is a great resource for laminating and placing on student desks or on their folders for use while they are studying.
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This is a Hiragana chart in A4 size, with a picture of a word beginning with the sound. あ - ありがとう、   い - いち、    う - うたいます、   え - えんぴつ、   お - おはよう。 Then there are 45 words (I haven't included a separate one for ん) , 4 to a page, ready to print and cut and laminate if you choose. The pictures are B&am
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4th - 7th
These Hiragana and Katakana charts are displayed in two different versions, with nine different, fun styles for your students to choose from. Included are Dakuon, Handakuon and Youon. I have used a wide variety of font styles and background pictures. Includes:18 (9 styles, 2 versions) Hiragana char
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3rd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Hiragana chart/ Wall Display with hessian backgroundHiragana pack includes:- Assembly instructions- 'ひらがな Chart' bunting- Hiragana squares to create your own Hiragana chart/ wall display
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These Hiragana and Katakana charts are displayed in three different versions, with nine different, fun styles for your students to choose from. Included are Dakuon, Handakuon and Youon. I have used a wide variety of font styles and background pictures.Includes:18 (9 styles, 2 versions) Hiragana char
These Hiragana and Katakana charts are displayed in nine different styles, for your students to choose from. Included are Dakuon, Handakuon and Youon. I have used a wide variety of font styles and background pictures. Includes:9 styles of Hiragana charts with Dakuon and Handakuon, Hiragana Youon ch
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3rd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Simple Hiragana chart. Includes 46 basic, tenten, maru and combined sounds.
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3rd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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Japanese Hiragana Chart Practice
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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This is a Japanese Hiragana Character Chart and Worksheets. The worksheets are designed to help the student learn and write in Hiragana. Also, the student will be learning Japanese vocabulary.
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The most simple Hiragana and Katakana charts ever! No Kawaii pictures or strokes so that your students will focused on their task! These charts will work great as a quick reference for Japanese writing. Print and laminate them and keep them in your classroom. For advanced students, print Hiragana on
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Hiragana chart. Includes 46 basic, tenten, maru and combined sounds.
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4th - 8th
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It all comes together during the Pink Belt units!~Schools can, however, use the coloured system to adapt to their circumstances.These are Dan-Dan Japanese labels for hiragana belt grading "Hiragana Tip"- LINE BY LINE**Students learn the characters, then get tested https://www.teacherspayteachers.com
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Modern looking hiragana and katakana charts perfect for students learning Japanese.
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3rd - 12th, Staff
Hiragana/Katakana chart that can be put on students' desk. Students just starting to learn hiragana and katakana can reference this chart to help them read.Color names are also included in the hiragana/katakana chart. Students can color them accordingly. Dakuon (が、ぎ...) Youon (きゃ、きゅ...) are include
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This Hiragana & Katakana chart will help the year level of the students who are expected to recognise katakana words with the support of a chart. It includes 46 basic sounds, tenten, maru and some other sounds that are found in foreign names and loan words.
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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,
This is the hiragana chart with the 46 hiragana letters, with the 32 Hiragana in Context keywords in it. The four Hiragana in Context to Topics are color coded in four different colors. Suggested activities are included. Can be used as poster to display in a handy place to look at while learning the
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2nd - 8th
This is the perfect hiragana chart for your students' notebooks, desks and display folders. I created this chart clear and simple. It includes 46 basis sounds, tenten, maru and combined sounds.
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Hiragana chart two coloumns writing practice
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Colourful Hiragana Chart that includes all of the Japanese Hiragana Characters including the characters that have two different characters depending on whether it is a written or typed font (e.g. ki; sa; so etc).
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1st - 8th
Simple Japanese Hiragana chart, read from top right down each column. Hiragana character followed by the English pronunciation in Romaji. Remember, the vowels sounds are:"a" is always pronounced like the "u" in umbrella,"i" is always like "i" in igloo, "u" is always "oo"-book, "e" is always like "e
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4th - 8th, Adult Education
These kana charts are colour coded for easy visual access. I've included both hiragana and katakana with blend sounds and tenten/maru sounds, all colour coded to match the main charts. For katakana I've also included an explanation for the use of ー in words as I find this is something students often
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1st - 12th, Higher Education
Easy to use hiragana syllabary.
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3rd - 12th, Higher Education
This chart is designed for people who are learning Japanese hiragana for the first time.Please instruct them to trace the light-colored hiragana in the number sequence.If the learner can remember them in the correct order, they can write beautiful characters!In addition, the material is designed to
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Not Grade Specific

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