Suki Or Kirai Students cut and paste pictures below and paste them into the correct places. Students will have to read the hiragana and match up to the food pictures so they will need a little previous food vocab.
Draw Your Bento Box Food Using Suki A simple and easy worksheet for junior primary school students. A great sheet to Introduce students to 'suki' in a sentence. Students draw the food they like ( or even multiple food) and
Nani ga suki desu ka? (What do you like?) Although this worksheet is rather simple with only 4 questions. Having 12 different kinds fruit in Japanese and 'suki' sentence structure is a great reference help sheet for students. #Note Also
Interview Sheet - using 'suki' Firstly an explanation on how to use the sentence '____ ga suki desu ka?' is needed. Even modelling the sentence beforehand is recommended. Students with their sheet search out other students and ask a question
Using 'Suki' and 'Suki ja nai' Students cut out their desired piece they want to say they like or don't like. They glue that in and write their sentence. I have included two versions, and easy simpler version with added
Introducing yourself and using suki There are at least 3 choices; A. Students could draw and colour their own face in. B. Students could paint their face in. (can get messy) C. Students could make a collage using little pieces