おべんきょう.com

23 Jul

Today I have another great website for you to check out: おべんきょう.com! It has great printable worksheets to practice writing hiragana and katakana, numbers, telling time, etc! It also has printable flashcards and hiragana/katakana charts. I thought it was really clever of them to use hiragana as their web address :)

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7 Responses to “おべんきょう.com”

  1. お母さん July 23, 2012 at 7:29 PM #

    Oh these are great! ありがとうございます!My daughter is just starting Japanese school! She is going into 1st grade and is coming in in the second semester. I am a bit worried since we have just started 1st grade kanji and she’ll be going into the school without knowing what the other kids have known. But we do have 5 weeks before school starts. So we are working to try to get her caught up. Do you have any good kanji worksheets or websites or any other resources that you might know of that might help her? Thank you so much!

    • Hiragana Mama July 23, 2012 at 7:51 PM #

      I don’t have a lot of kanji resources yet, but this site might get you on the right track: http://happylilac.net/sy-kanzi1h.html

      Good luck!! I hear Japanese School is more intense the older they get.

      • お母さん July 24, 2012 at 12:48 PM #

        Thank you! The website is perfect and we are printing worksheets as we speak :) My daughter hasn’t done any Japanese school before, since we didn’t realize we had a school in our area…but we found out about the school and decided to enroll her. She is bilingual, but she struggles with the kanji we have taught her. She understands the meaning, but she gets confused with all the different readings. These worksheets will be such a big help! Thank you!

  2. Sasha July 24, 2012 at 3:31 AM #

    Thanks for this great site! I loved the printables (and flash animations), especially the kanji and とけい ones ♬

  3. Meridith August 2, 2012 at 10:42 AM #

    Thank you. Thank you. I homeschool my kids and I speak japanese, but I can’t read very well. I have the hardest time finding good resources for them. Not being able to read much kanji makes it difficult for this poor gaijin to find the good stuff. So, thanks again for sharing. I just printed out a bunch of hiragana practice sheets.

    • Hiragana Mama August 2, 2012 at 12:20 PM #

      You’re welcome, and good luck!! Hopefully you have found my “hiragana practice sheets” page too, it has a lot more resources.

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