Japanese Classroom Expression Pics for Walls or Boards
Japanese Classroom Expression Pics (colored) for Walls or Boards help students speak Japanese in class. This packet includes 16 big colored pictures of necessary expressions (and the written Japanese expressions associated with them) said by the teacher or student on an everyday basis. The colored pictures represent our multi-cultural classrooms. Hang them on the wall with the words (I put a colorful construction paper as a background behind each drawing with the sentence or question under it.) or on the bulletin boards.

The expressions ( but in Japanese) are:

May I borrow a pencil?
May I sharpen my pencil?
What page are we on?
May I go to the nurse’s office?
Please write it on the board.
May I get a drink of water?
Listen please.
May I go to the office?
I’m sorry. I didn’t do the homework.
Please take out a piece of paper.
May I throw this away?
Please open your books.
I don’t understand.
Silence please.
May I go to the bathroom?
May I go to my locker?

If you'd prefer other phrases, words,or alphabets, use them! The pictures work your words o mine.
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Created: Sep 7, 2015

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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