Up to 50% Off! Enjoy 40-50% Off Sitewide! Code: BDAYCAKE Ends: 8/26 Details

  1. Help
Up to 50% Off! Enjoy 40-50% Off Sitewide! Code: BDAYCAKE Ends: 8/26 Details

Sarah K's Mixbook

Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player.

Sarah K's Mixbook - Page Text Content

S: Japan

BC: Did you know that more than half of the kids in America come from japan?

FC: Japan : The home of the cherry blossoms.

1: Japan: Home of the cherry blossoms By:Sarah Korber

2: This is tokyo. Tokyo is the largest and most populated city in Japan.

3: At meals they eat noodles vedgdables and other good food. They also drink tea with every meal.

4: Kids in Japan love to play vidio games! They actually made the vidio games we play today. Wow! But first they need to go to...

5: School! Japanese kids learn the same ammount as we do but they still don't have that much time to play! Some kids in japan take extra classes like judo and how to speak english!

6: Japanese people make most of the cars we drive today. They also get around with them. They also ride the subway.

7: This is yen. This is the money they use in japan. it has the picture of the original govener of japan on the front.

8: Kids in japan compete in the same sports that we compete in. They even play baceball. Baceball was brought to them by a professer from the united states!

9: The kids in japan also like judo and sumo resling. the kids sometimes watch sumo resling on a hot weekend.

10: Government | Right now they have a prime minister and a monarch. A monarch is the same thing as an emperor.

11: Word bank Geisha-a woman who wears a costume for special occasions. Judo-a type of marshal arts. Monarch-an emperor. sensi- respected in Japanese. yen- Japanese money

Sizes: mini|medium|large|colossal
Default User
  • By: Jennifer M.
  • Joined: over 9 years ago
  • Published Mixbooks: 1
No contributors

About This Mixbook

  • Title: Sarah K's Mixbook
  • Tags: japan, school, japanese
  • Published: over 9 years ago