と:とけい

9 Sep

Here are some resources for learning/practicing how to tell time in Japanese:

1. Printable worksheets from kotoba.littlestar.jp. There’s also a printable clock you can cut out and put together.

2. “What time is it?” PDF download from KF Studio will let you make up your own quiz.

3. Telling Time in Japanese lesson from About.com.

4. 時計の読み方 App for practicing telling time, $2.99. The game is at a second-grade level.

5. From Amazon Japan: Study Clock by Kumon and How to Tell Time/How to Count DVD.

6. (not Japanese but) a cute game called What Time is it? by eeBoo. We have this and it’s very well made!

7. Make sure you check out my post about counting.

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3 Responses to “と:とけい”

  1. Tokyo Roomfinder September 13, 2011 at 3:24 AM #

    http://tokyoroomfinder.blogspot.com/

    I would like to know if you or readers of this blog are interested in writing about the way you have personnally experienced the Northeastern Japan Earthquake (if you know people who have experienced the earthquake in Japan, it’d be great if you coud let him/her know about this).
    Tokyo Room Finder Short Essay Contest is an online project to gather heart-warming experiences following the earthquake in Japan. We strongly believe that sharing those experiences will give people hope and revitalize Japan.
    We also offer 2 tickets for Tokyo Disney Resort to each of the winners.

    For more details : http://tokyoroomfinder.blogspot.com/

    • Hiragana Mama September 13, 2011 at 11:30 AM #

      Thanks for letting me know about this contest. I think most of my readers live outside of Japan and therefore did not experience the quake in person, but I will give thought as to which of my readers might be interested in this essay contest.

      • Tokyo Roomfinder September 16, 2011 at 3:06 AM #

        Thank you very much for your reply.

        And thank you very much for your cooperation.
        We can read a lot of personal stories written by japanese people on the net or on TV regarding the eartquake but not so many by foreigners (or scattered on numerous blogs). So we would like to collect those stories and gather them on one site.

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