Katakana Resources

29 Sep

It’s almost time for my daughter to start learning katakana (かたかな/カタカナ)! Here is a list of katakana resources for you (katakana charts, practice sheets, etc):

1. Kids @ Nifty

2. Kotoba.littlestar.jp

3. Another page from Kotoba.littlestar

4. Kids-points.com

5. Jakka.jp

6. Kantan-net

7. Happy Fu-Fu

8. Minnano-nihongo

9. KF Studio

10. brother.co.jp

11) アクリートくらぶ


Let me know if you find any resources you think are great!

9 Responses to “Katakana Resources”

  1. yumenomelody October 1, 2011 at 11:30 AM #

    great resources!! It will make it funnier and easier for her to learn. 🙂

  2. melonpan October 31, 2011 at 4:13 AM #

    oh that is very nice for me (german girl who will lern japanese) do you have this sides also for Hiragana and simply Kanjis?

  3. megpilot3 November 7, 2011 at 11:44 PM #

    I was hoping you would post something like this soon. We have the hiragana down and just a few weeks ago decided to work on the katakana. Thanks!


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