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Basic Hiragana practice (interactive)

Reading practices for Hiragana learning (Now they include sounds!).

 

*You need Flash player to do this practice.



Hiragana Chart (Simple, PDF file)

A typical Hiragana Chart if you need one wiht the best font.

Hiragana mini cards for individual practice(PDF file)

You can practise how to read Hiragana by this cards. Print this on thicker papers and cut into individual cards. Write reading on the back. You can colour cards or even laminate them.

Why are there ji・jiandzu・zu?
Why are there oand o?

Hiragana mini cards for class activity (PDF file)

With your teacher and class mates, you can play games using this material. It really is fun. My pupils love this game. It looks like the same as above, but the set of cards are different.

Hiragana writing practice mat (PDF file)

You can practise how to write Hiragana with this mat. You need to print this out on double sides of a thicker paper and laminate it. Use a whiteboard marker pen and write over printed Hiragana. Your writing can be easily wiped away with a soft tissue. Make sure you follow the stroke order guidance as it is important to be able to write Hiragana properly.

Why do I have to learn stroke order? 

Hiragana writing practice sheet (PDF file)

This is A5 size sheets to practise writing. One sheet contains one line from Hiragana chart. There are some gray Hiragana and blank boxes. Firstly, you should trace over the gray letters to learn the shape of the Hiragana, and then you should write by yourself in the blank boxes.

Katakana

Katakana chart (simple, PDF file)

A typical Katakana Chart if you need one wiht the best font.

Katakana mini cards for individual practice (PDF file)

You can practise how to read Katakana by this cards. Print this on thicker papers and cut into individual cards. Write reading on the back. You can colour cards or even laminate them.

Katakana mini cards for class activity (PDF file)

With your teacher and class mates, you can play games using this material. It really is fun. My pupils love this game. It looks like the same as above, but the set of cards are different.

 

Katakana writing practice mat(PDF file)


You can practise how to write Katakana with this mat. How to use is the same as the Hiragana writing practice mat (see above).

 

Katakana writing practice sheet (PDF file)

This is A5 size sheets to practise writing. One sheet contains one line from Katakana chart. There are some gray Katakana and blank boxes. Firstly, you should trace over the gray letters to learn the shape of the Katakana, and then you should write by yourself in the blank boxes.
 






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