We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byTommy Elliff
Modified about 1 year ago
Japan Day by Miss Brandt’s Class
The high school students came for Japan Day on Friday. At one station we did origami. We could make penguins, fish, or dogs.
We did calligraphy at one station. We wrote numbers.
We watched a short video about volcanoes at another station. We each made a volcano. We poured vinegar in our volcanoes and they erupted.
We played Hai in the library. Hai means Bingo in Japan. We sang Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes in Japanese.
We did Judo at one station. We did a leg swipe to a partner. We also had a kicking contest. There was a Judo champion.
We did a puppet show. We dressed up and acted like puppets. The story was about a peachling. The peachling became strong and brave.
At one station we watched a video about people doing a play. They had really cool face paintings. Then we got our faces painted.
We had a tea ceremony. We ate cookies and drank iced tea or water.
We used chopsticks at one station. We ate rice, chicken, fruit loops, marshmallows, and jelly beans.
We did Sumo wrestling. We stomped our feet, slapped our legs, and counted to three in Japanese. There were Sumo champs.
We played outside with the high school students. We played kickball, four square, and Duck, Duck, Goose. Japan Day was really fun! Arigato, Mrs. Weaver and high schoolers!
MY WEEK WITHOUT TECHNOLOGY By Zoe Lake. MONDAY Felt good this morning Ate my usual breakfast of toast Didn’t watch morning cartoons After school.
By Lucy and Ella. Contents Map of Japan Bullet Train Japan schools Festivals Mount Fuji Cherry blossom Weather Food Transport Clothing.
PARTS OF THE BODY. A black cat sat on a mat And ate a fat rat. Why do you cry, Willie? Why do you cry? Why, Willie? Why, Willie? Why, Willie? Why?
Lets Have Fun Lets Make Friends Lets Count Numbers Lets Write Letters.
JAPANESE CULTURE JAPANESE FLAG. Japan is below Russia, China, North and South Korea. The island of Japan is almost as big as the state of California in.
Head to Toe By Eric Carle Presented by Tanya. I am a penguin And I can turn my head. Can you do it? I can do it!
I am a penguin and I turn my head. Can you do it? I can do it!
Far Away and Long Ago: Japan-Past to Present Diane Godfrey.
Head Hair Face Nose Ear Eye Mouth Teeth Neck Hand Finger Arm Elbow Knee Shoulder Back Foot Toe Leg Head Eye Mouth Arm Toe.
High Frequency Words List 2. water happy people.
Operations and Algebraic Thinking in Kindergarten and First Grade Expectations and Understandings.
Parts of the body. These are the parts of my body From my head to my toes I’m gonna move each body part And say it, here we go.
Food and drink. fruit apple banana lemon orange.
Rapid Changes to the Earth’s Surface As you watch the short video clips and look at the pictures, think about how rapid changes such as volcanoes, landslides.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt JAPAN.
BODY PARTS. I have got a head. head I have got a nose. nose.
Unit 3 Copyright © 2006 MES-English.com.
Name Valeeva Anastasiya From Orenburg Breakfast Two slices of bread with cheese And a cup of tea or coffee.
Volcanoes By Mrs. Hicks. Parts of a Volcano Magma Lava Crater Cone Volcano.
Our Memories of Rockin’ Around the Clock with Mr. Parsons By Mrs. Gass and her 2 nd Grade Class.
3/5/2014 Warm Up Watch the short film. In a paragraph of at least five lines, tell what you know about Sumo Wrestling.
Japan by Mrs. Striggow’s Class What is the land of Japan like? The land of Japan has about 4,000 islands. Japan has a lot of animals on the.
I get up at……… a.m.. Then I get washed and get dressed.
Harriet’s Holiday March We went to our friend’s wedding in Bali.
If you’re happy and you know it, Clap your hands. (Clap! Clap!) If you’re happy and you know it, Clap your hands. (Clap! Clap!) If you’re happy and.
Japan 日本. Where Are We? Where is Taiwan? Taiwan.
Hello, my name is Alessandro. What’s your name? I’m ten years old. How old are you? When is your birthday? I live in Rome, a beautiful city in Italy. Where.
Schools around the world Japan Rileigh Miller. Playing games in Japan Some of Japan’s games are baseball, soccer, tennis, basketball, gymnastics, volleyball,
Japan by Mrs. Striggow’s Class Contents Introduction1 What is the land of Japan like?2 What is Japanese language like?3 What are some Japanese.
Group: Ryan, Tyler, And Chris Class: Physical Science Instructor: Diane Phillips.
Sumoccer originated in Australia, it was made by two people named Paolo. A and Leigh. R It started as a school project. It was soccer and sumo wrestling.
Unit 2 A snack bar What can you see ? Let’s play a guessing game. I can see ….
Japan’s Culture By Shanyce F.. Government in Japan Japan’s constitution was made in The government has three branches: the legislative (which in.
This term the Giraffes have been reading ‘Ice Palace’ as part of Power of Reading.
Llwyd: Hi, how are you Eli? Eli:Not bad thanks, what about you Llwyd? Llwyd:I’m happy. How was your holiday? Where did you go over the Summer holiday?
Diary Klaudia Żak ENGLAND 13/05/ /05/2011.
PARTS OF THE BODY. A black cat sat on a mat And ate a fat rat. I see a window and a door I see a ceiling and a floor. Why do you cry, Willie? Why do you.
So what? What is important to understand about this? Main ideas Poems & Plays Japanese Religion & Culture What is Zen Buddhism? Pure Land Buddhism Art.
Sadako & the Thousand Paper Cranes By Eleanor Coerr.
By Ellie G.. Trinity Valley My Class This might have been the best class so far! I LOVED my teacher, Mrs.Weth, and all my friends! Im going to miss 3.
The life of Hong Adapted by Mei-Ting Wong A long time ago, there was a farmer. His name was Hong. He lived in China.
IN THE WORLD OF WILD AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS The 3rd form Учитель английского языка МБОУ «Новопокровская ООШ» Кожевниковского района Томской области Жемга.
What is on your plate?. Food Food is sometimes not healthy. Food is healthy.
Oxford Words I the and to a was my went.
Earthworms By Rin. How do earthworms help the earth? Earthworms live in the ground and help to improve the soil. Also earthworms help feed on dead plant.
UNIT 12: LET’S EAT Lesson 6: Listen – B4 P.121 Lesson 6: Listen – B4 P.121 Kim’s game.
WE ARE GOING TO THE MOON. [e ɪ ] [e] [a ɪ ] [z] [m]
Verbs Made for first grade students By Alison Horstman.
W.W.W Reflection Done By: Mariam Al-Khalifa Class: 6D.
Our School-Bridgeport Elementary by: Mrs. Becker’s 3 rd Grade Grades: Kindergarten- Fifth Specials: P.E, Art, Music, Library, and Computer On Our School.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.