Japanese For Kids (Little Linguists)

Japanese For Kids (Little Linguists)

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Item #: 001123
ISBN: 9780635024343
Grades: 3-5

Category Description for Little Linguists Language Workbooks:

These workbooks offer fun, light introductions to foreign languages for young kids. The purpose of the books is to get children excited about learning foreign languages by acquainting them with some of the common words or phrases as well as words from that language they may already know without even realizing they are foreign words. The worksheets cover basic concepts like numbers, colors, household objects, and family members. After children match the foreign words with their English counterparts, they'll get a chance to practice their new vocabulary by writing sentences containing the words. Most of the worksheets hold less than ten questions/words so they aren't overwhelming for students, as again, the purpose is simply to provide an introduction to the language. Pronunciation is provided in parentheses after each foreign word so you and your children can learn to say them correctly. For languages not in the "ABC" alphabet, the "Romanized" or transliterated version of the language is used. Answers are included in the back of each book. Reproducible, 32 pgs. - Melissa




Primary Subject
Foreign Language
Grade Start
3
Grade End
5
ISBN
9780635024343
EAN
710430024438
Binding
Trade Paper
Pages
32
Language
English
Series Title
Little Linguist Ser.
Author
Carole Marsh
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Gallopade International
Weight
0.25 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.12"
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It's REALLY hard to find Japanese curriculum for elementary school students. I hope this bridges the gap between picture books that introduce random vocabulary, and textbooks aimed at middle school, high school, and college.
Gwyn P on Jul 12, 2019
It's REALLY hard to find Japanese curriculum for elementary school students. I hope this bridges the gap between picture books that introduce random vocabulary, and textbooks aimed at middle school, high school, and college.
Gwyn P on Jul 12, 2019
In our house we watch a lot of anime( Japanese animation) and enjoy learning about where they come from. We have pick up a few words, because the shows we watch are subtitled. I thought it would be good to expand on that and this seems like a good way to start.
User on Jul 9, 2016
In our house we watch a lot of anime( Japanese animation) and enjoy learning about where they come from. We have pick up a few words, because the shows we watch are subtitled. I thought it would be good to expand on that and this seems like a good way to start.
User on Jul 9, 2016
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