A fun Hiragana recognition game, 'Hiragana Egg Flip' can be played by one student for individual Hiragana recognition practise, or with multiple players for a competitive game.
One person turns over a game card and the other players need to be the
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.
These cute Hiragana ice-creams can be printed and then stuck onto card to create a fun Hiragana matching game.
Print and cut the ice-creams and stick them onto card, leaving a gap at the bottom of the ice-creams so that a pop-stick can be inserted.
I created this resource for one of my Hiragana stations. At this station, I wanted my students to create words using Hiragana blocks and magnets so I created these pages so that students could make words using only the Hiragana they are learning or
This placemat can be laminated and used for Hiragana practise.
Students can pick a Hiragana card, read it, make it out of playdoh (or plasticine), and write it using a whiteboard marker.
Great as a fun and interactive Hiragana station!