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Discussion in 'Primary' started by Gratzia, Apr 23, 2012.
Has anyone got any display ideas for Japanese day which is on May 5th?
ks1 cherry blossom trees. Paint trunk and branches. Scrunch up pink and white tissue paper for blossom
ks2 children paint hiragana alphabet in different colours. Blending colours, children replicate great wave painting.
Having said that - I'm renowned for my dire displays at school - but I have seen these done well.
Contact The Japan Society: http://www.japansociety.org.uk/schools/resources/
These FREE resources might help with your display.
Have you thought about celebrating the life of the little girl, called Sadaku ( or something like that!) who started a huge peace movement across the world. SUSOMAD = Speak up. Speak out and Make a Difference . She was dying but made 000s of paper cranes whilst in hospital which represent peace in Japan. There is a Peace Park dedicated to her in Nagasaki. She became ill after the atom bomb fell. SUSOMAD has become a peace movement for children and can be done with young children.