Classroom Resources

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  • Skit: Lost Pet

    Students practice and perform a 2 person skit where a frantic person comes running into the RSPCA office desperately trying to find a missing pet. The officers try to help the owner as s/he describes the pet.

  • Sealife Games

    Students learn the words for 12 sea creatures as they play card games and observation games using the IWB.

  • Manga: Sarukani Gassen

    Students read the manga of the story of Sarukani gassen. They can then perform the skit or use it as a base for discussion on the theme of revenge. This story is known to all Japanese children; the tale of the battle between the monkey and the crab

  • Manga: Bumbuku Chagama

    Students read a simple version of the folktale in a manga format and answer 3 questions on the story and themes. Students are introduced to the “tanuki” and learn a Japanese song with 4 animal names and sounds (こぶた、たぬき、きつね、ねこ).

  • Songs: Elephant and Bear

    Students can sing along while they listen to the tune of the Japanese children’s songs. The hiragana is given on the screen of the webpage. The bear song can be echoed by the students in many places, making it easy to learn.

  • Let’s Go to the Zoo!

    This resource is based on a classroom big book. In this online version, students make a virtual visit to the zoo, using Japanese as they go around the zoo and talk to/about the animals.

  • Skit: Ninja Rescue

    Students act out this childrens' story which can be easily understood by an audience with or without knowledge of Japanese. The play can be used by students not only in the classroom but also as a presentation for a school event. There are 9 parts.

  • Play: The Juunishi Story

    Students act out this story about the origin of the Juunishi (Chinese/Japanese zodiac). The play can be used by students not only in the classroom but also as a presentation for a school event. There are 15 parts.

  • Using Flash Cards

    Students can learn new vocabulary and play various games using the flashcards which cover many topics.

  • Play: Seven Goats

    Students practise and perform the short play しちひきのこやぎ which has a cast of 9 players, including 7 “kids” (child goats), the kids’ mother and a wolf.