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このおかしは なに？ What is this snack?
ぴんくと ちゃいろ。さんかく。 Pink and brown. Triangle.
In alignment with the Australian curriculum: Prep-Year to Year 2 band Achievement standards:
Present information about themselves, their family, friends and favourite things at a word and simple sentence level, using formulaic and modelled language
Describe people and objects using adjectives to indicate colour, shape and size
Respond to questions, for example, だれ、なに、どこ with single words, set phrases and by selecting images or objects
Identify the three different scripts in Japanese, hiragana, kanji and katakana
Give examples of Japanese words and phrases that have been borrowed from other languages
Cultural note from the author:
Japan is renowned for their food industry, as Japanese chefs embrace a lifetime commitment to perfecting their craft. They maintain the same integrity and discipline when making snacks. Snacks are not only made for eating but are also made to provide “fun time” for kids. They come in various themes, shapes, types, and sizes. Join me in discovering several popular Japanese snacks by taking the quiz. Special thanks to the major snack companies in Japan, Glico, Lotte, and Meiji, for allowing us to use their wonderful snacks in this book.