Turn practicing Japanese numbers into a fun game with these bingo sheets. Japanese Number Bingo helps to promote listening and recognition skills as well as providing an opportunity to learn and practice Japanese numbers.
Although the Japanese do use Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, 4) in some settings they also have their own systems of numerals based on Japanese characters that are used in different settings. These bingo sheets use Kanji numerals (一, 二, 三, 四). The structure of Kanji numerals, and the way long numbers are expressed, more closely resembles Arabic numbers in that there are no "counters". For example, in Kanji 3,500 becomes 三千五百. Quite simply, this is 3 = 三 and x000 = 千 plus 5 = 五 and x00 = 百.
Enter (in Arabic numerals e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4 etc.) the numbers you want to appear on your bingo sheets. You can select from three grid sizes, so you can choose whether it's 9 (3x3), 16 (4x4) or 25 (5x5) numbers in the bingo sheet, depending on the learner level and the amount of time you want to spend playing bingo! Randomized number location on different sheets means that the same numbers will appear on every sheet but in different locations.
There is also an option to print an answer sheet. The answer sheet has the digit numbers with Japanese and numbers in brackets.
This bingo sheet generator is designed to test knowledge of Japanese numbers and works well in a class setting.
This is a great way to test knowledge of Japanese numbers and is ready to print. If you want to enter random numbers from a range (ie 10,000 to 15,000), you can use this worksheet generator.
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