This worksheet generator creates worksheets with blank spaces for Japanese learners to fill in with their own answers. You can enter any text you like, so you can customize which target vocabulary the student needs to fill in depending on their specific needs. This way you can focus on the words and phrases that the learner finds most difficult, and get extra practice with them. You can also use texts or themes that a student is already familiar with. This is very helpful resource for Japanese learners of all levels.
To create worksheets, simply click on a word in the text. This word will then appear in brackets, with a space for students to fill in their own answer. This worksheet is very versatile as it can be used for many different situations like grammar, vocabulary as well as testing comprehension.
Once you've entered your text click on a word in a piece of text and that word will then appear in brackets. There will be space to write the answer. This worksheet generator allows you to create these worksheets for any text that you want.
This is a resource to create worksheets with spaces for Japanese learners to put their own answers. You click on a word in a piece of text and then that word is put in brackets with a space before for the student to write their answer.
A simple example could be お気に召す _____ 家で音楽を聴く (聴くのが好きです)
Another example could be: スポーツをするのが好き which becomes 好きな遊び ____ (スポーツ). The student would then be prompted to provide a sport, so a correct answer could be 好きな遊び ネットボール (スポーツ).
A more advanced example might be: 好きなこと 聴くこと 音楽 which becomes 好きなこと 聴くこと _____ (音楽). The student can then fill in a type of music so it becomes 好きなこと 聴くこと クラシック音楽 (音楽).
This app is probably best used for options where there is no wrong or right answer but there is space for the student to come up with their own answer.
You can choose the Japanese font and size of the text as well as the title for the worksheet. The created Japanese learning worksheets are ready to print. We have lots of other learn Japanese worksheets like fill in the gap (for specific answers that are right or wrong) as well as to create Japanese number bingo sheets.