This week we’re learning about how to talk about today’s weather in Japanese.
This is the closet door in our dining room, where I’ve set up a little sticky note station for this activity. The kids enjoy fighting over who gets to put up the daily weather sticker each morning. 🙂 And because we live in Michigan, sometimes we get to change this out multiple times a day.
JAPANESE WEATHER RESOURCES
Here are a few other places to learn weather related Japanese lessons:
Japanese Vocabulary – Weather in Japanese – Tenki 天気 (perfect for younger kids)
Waku Waku Japanese – Language Lesson 17: Weather (older kids, teens, & adults)
Japan Meteorological Agency (Has both English & Japanese)
I also made a worksheet for my older kids that I thought I’d share here for those interested. It’s nothing fancy. Just something I whipped up on Canva quick for my older kids. Click The Weather Is… to download the free printable .pdf worksheet.
See you later! またね! (matane!)
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ありがとう // Arigatou // Thank you!
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