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Japan Booklet (a country study!)

Created by
Emily Bynum
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 general/basic information about Japan, including: -geography (islands in the Pacific Ocean) -Japanese flag -capital city of Tokyo -popular Japanese foods -traditional architecture -volcanoes -ancient war

Japan Country Study Differentiated, Comprehension, Activities + Play Pretend

Embark on a thrilling journey to the land of the rising sun with our Japan study project! This exciting package is jam-packed with fascinating facts and engaging activities that will captivate your students' imaginations. Important Note: This country, along with all of our 192 other UN official countries, has been freshly updated in 2023 to ensure all the information included is as relevant and up-to-date as possible. We refresh our products often, and upon purchase, you hold lifetime access to

Japan: An Introduction to the Art, Culture, Sights, and Food

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 the slideshow to review what students have learned. This download comes as a PDF file and is NOT editable as a PDF. However, you can open this slideshow in the TPT EASEL program and add or delete pages

2-D Art: Cut Paper Notan Designs- Middle School Art - Elements/Design Principles

Notan Cut Paper Design Project! Introduce your art students to the Art of Japan! Middle School, or High School art students will love creating Notan Designs! ⭐Your students will learn about:The Art Elements: Space and Organic and Geometric Shapes. Design Principles: Contrast, Variety, and Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Balance!What is a Notan?A Notan is a Japanese design that uses positive and negative space and dark and light shapes to create balanced, high-contrast designs.►Materials needed for

All About Japan - Country Study

Created by
Holly Rachel
Your students will love learning all about Japan with this fun country study! Included is an all about Japan Powerpoint presentation (.pptx) to teach your class all about Japan, the capital city, flag, food, language, famous landmarks, bullet trains and bonsai trees! Student activity worksheets are also included based on the facts in the Powerpoint (all differentiated on two levels to support the different abilities in your class), plus a Japan word search, postcard activity and favorite facts a

Japan Country Study: Reading & Writing + Google Slides/PPT Distance Learning

Created by
Yvonne Crawford
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in Japan?Learn what it might be like to be a kid in Japan through the eyes of a Japanese girl named Aki. Students will see what it’s like to attend school in Japan, what food they might eat, what sports they might play, and what they might do with their families for fun on weekends. Great for Distance Learning! The Olympics is a great time to teach your students about different countries around the world.Included in This Kid's Life: Japan:A le

JAPAN - A Study of Japan Booklet Nonfiction Country Study

Created by
The Lost Teacher
This 20-something page kid-friendly and thorough informational booklet was written for UPPER ELEMENTARY readers. It contains 14 sub topics on Japan:GeographyThe Great Tohoku EarthquakePrefectures and CitiesReligionHolidays3 Special Holidays for ChildrenPeopleLanguageGovernmentSymbols of JapanEducationTransportationWhat do kids do in their free time?Speak JapaneseMy Questions (Extra) – A notes page for students to add extra vocabulary and questionsGlossary (Extra) – All words underlined throughou

Anime Portraits (Art Project & Presentation)

Created by
The Art Ninja
Anime Portraits (Art Project & Presentation) Anime/MangaEngage your students with an art style they will love; Anime! This product contains both a Powerpoint presentation and a PDF file with step-by-step drawing instructions and printable visual examples to help your students draw facial features to create their own original Anime characters. I have taught this lesson to both 5th and 6th graders for over 10 years and my students always LOVE it!! Your students will love learning about the

Japanese: Brown Bear, What Do You See?

The beloved story 'Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?' has been adapted for use by Primary students in the Japanese classroom. The colourful graphics and repetitive nature of the story make it enjoyable and accessible for young students.This resource comprises a complete teaching unit, including a student activity book. A detailed 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 何を見ますか

Japanese: FAMILY - a complete unit of work

This comprehensive resource enables teachers to concentrate on teaching, as the planning has been largely done for them! This resource consists of 117 pages. The language used in these materials is all in script - hiragana and limited kanji. No 'romaji' - romanisation of words is used.Students of Japanese will learn how to• Count people• Ask and answer questions about how many people are in their family• Make and read statements about family size• State the names of family members. ( Whilst it i

Japanese: Hamburger Shop - HIRAGANA based version

This comprehensive resource aims to provide teachers with everything they will need to teach this unit of work.The unit goals are:By undertaking this unit of work, students willextend their ability to read and write hiragana and kanjilearn how to ask for items develop an understanding of Japanese Yen notes and coinslearn how to state and read numbers in the hundreds and thousandsdevelop an awareness of formulaic language used in transactionscreate and perform a shopping role-playI have included

Japanese: PETS - a unit for young learners

PETS: a unit for young learnersThis comprehensive unit 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。ぼくのペットです。犬です。なまえは SPOTです。三才です。小さいです。はいいろ です。大好きです!The materials included in this unit comprise:A 'story' presentation which depicts various children introducing their pets - students will hear the sentence patterns and vocabulary many times and participate in choral 'reading'. ( Please note that romaji is NOT used.)A detailed teachi

Hiragana Karate Belt System for your Japanese program

This is a guide to setting up a program, using the karate belt system, to help interest, motivate and challenge your students as they work towards mastering Hiragana. Included is;Teaching ideas and a possible teaching sequence Recording sheet for students Display posters outlining the beltsPrintable labels for containers Printable practice cardsCertificates for green and black belt

Japanese: Weather Report

The unit is designed for students of Japanese and includes a wide variety of materials and activity ideas to free up teacher time for teaching!!By undertaking this unit of work students will develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. ( Please note that ROMAJI is not used.)The aim is that students will be able to report on the weather in cities in Japan.This resource was originally created in 2015.In 2021 a suggested teaching sequence was added.The update in 2022 is a major one and

Introduction to Japanese Culture

This a 42 page pack that includes 14 activities designed as an introduction to the Japanese culture, suitable for Kindergarten and grade 1. While I myself am not Japanese, I spent a lot of time researching as I was required to teach about the culture (not the language) as a pre-requisite for junior students before they started their formal language lessons.The activities are based around a fun, hands on approach to give students ‘a taste’ of Japan. Included are each of the printable activities,

Japanese: MAKIBA: The Farm - a complete unit for young learners.

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 provides:- a variety of resources with which to create engaging lessons- teachers with a flexible approach, as sequencing and the inclusion/omission of activities is at the teacher’s discretionThis kit cont

Sakura: Japanese song lesson set with recordings, orff arrangement, more

This lesson set is a wonderful resource to add to your world music collection. Use it to teach students about pentatonic and/or minor music with slides showing the solfege, create an Orff ensemble piece with barred percussion borduns, teach low C, E, and F on recorder, identify same and different musical phrases, and learn the Japanese language and culture. #organizedworld #musiccrewspring #musiccreworffThis lesson set is included in the Japanese Music Lesson Set BundleYou can get a free sample

BUNDLE Hiragana Practice Sheet - Japanese Writing Worksheets for Beginners

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Are you teaching learners of multiple levels and ages? If so, from this hiragana worksheet bundle you can choose the most suitable practice sheet for each class/student and provide differentiated language instruction depending on their learning stages.■ Level and AgeBeginner / K-G2, G3-5, G6-8, G9 and up■ IncludesIn each resource page, you can check the video(no sound)/preview for the details. Hiragana Practice Sheet : Find and Trace : K-G2 Hiragana Practice Sheets - Write with Words for LOWER G

Japan Country Inquiry Unit ( Social Studies)

Description: As an Educator teaching in Japan for more than 10 years, here are some topics of Japan that I feel are engaging and interesting for young adults . Japan is a marvelous country with so many things to learn from- hopefully these resources can help your students learn about another country but most importantly grow into culturally intelligent human beings! Topics CoveredA) Geographic LocationJapanese FlagJapanese MapJapan ResearchJapanese MoneyInformation about Japanese Money

Japanese: This is a House!

This resource comprises materials for a complete unit of work. It is aimed at young students of Japanese. The learning objectives for this unit are:Students canjoin in choral reading of a ‘story’join in whole-class singingname 7 external house features (えんとつ、やね、まど、ドア、小みち、門、にわ ) and the word for ‘house’ itself 家read and write the key vocabulary wordsmake statements using the pattern これはXXです。read statements demonstrating comprehensionask and answer questions using the p

Japanese: In my schoolbag!

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 けしゴム はさみ ふでばこ えんぴつ ものさし 本 かばん 中 Grammar Q/A だれのはさみですか。わたしのです。TOMくんのです。 Q/A なにが かばんの中にありますか。 のりがかばんのなかにあります。 えんぴつをください。どうぞ。ありがとう。

Japanese: When is your birthday?

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 recognise kanji number symbols. Some number revision pages are included, however, in the Student Book pages which can be included or omitted at the discretion of the teacher.THIS RESOURCE contains: · Aust

JAPAN - Learn About Japan Booklet Nonfiction Country Study

Created by
The Lost Teacher
This 18-something page kid-friendly and thorough informational booklet was written for LOWER ELEMENTARY readers. It contains 13 sub topics on Japan:GeographyMount FujiCities and Homes3 Special Holidays for ChildrenLanguageSymbols of JapanFlagFlowerClothingFoodSchoolWhat do Kids do in their Free Time?SportsSpeak JapaneseMy Questions (Extra) – A notes page for students to add extra vocabulary and questionsGlossary (Extra) – All words underlined throughout the booklet can be found defined in the gl

Koinobori 鯉のぼり - Japanese koi flags - craft

Koinobori (鯉のぼり) are Japanese carp streamers that are flown every year for Children's Day (子供の日). Families fly the streamers above their homes, with a koi flag for each member of the family. Your students can take part in this colorful tradition honoring children by creating their own koinobori. Appropriate for students of all ages and abilities, this activity allows each child to personalize a koinobori to be displayed proudly in their classroom or at home.
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