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Classroom Materials on Chanoyu

Daruma's Roll kamishibaiActivity Pages and Lesson Plans 
(These materials were developed by Bonnie Bernstein as part of a Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership grant. Teachers: Please feel free to download and use the following materials.)

AP1 Tea Investigation
Lesson Plan: Classroom Tea Shop (Target Grade: 3)

AP2 Iced Tea, Please
Lesson Plan: Beverage Survey  (Target Grade: 3)

AP3 Design a Japanese Tea bowl
Lesson Plan: Design a Tea Bowl (Target Grade: 3)

AP4 Family Tradition Interview
Lesson Plan: Family Traditions (Target Grade: 3)

AP5 A Japanese Lunch Box
Lesson Plan: A Japanese Lunch Box (Target Grade: 2)

AP6 Tatami Mat Measuring
AP7 Paper Tatami
Lesson Plan: Tatami Mat Measuring (Target Grades: 3-4)

RP1 Sample Haiku
Lesson Plan: Haiga and Haiku (Target Grades: 3-5)

RP2 Background on Kamishibai
Lesson Plan: Kamishibai Storytelling (Target Grades: 2-3)

Kamishibai
(These materials were developed as part of a Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership grant. Teachers: Please feel free to download and use the following materials.)

"Daruma's Roll" by Tara McGowan (PPT file)       (PDF with text)       PDF without text

Kamishibai for Kids

http://www.kamishibai.com/

SPICE
Tea and the Japanese Tradition of Chanoyu
Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education

http://spice.stanford.edu/catalog/tea_and_the_japanese_tradition_of_chanoyu/

How to write the "kanji" or Chinese character for "tea"

http://japanese.about.com/library/blkod187.htm