There are lots of way you could study this one, from geography, history, culture - and even fragrance!
Review the resources and decide exactly what aspects of Japan you would like to study for the week.
Journey to Japan Lesson Plan
I can't break this one into daily lessons because there are too many ways you could decide to study Japan.
We used a currclick e-guide called A Fragrant Journey to Japan byEnrichment4You, as I had already bought this ages ago! Using the e-guide we made a Japanese scent game called Kodo - and ended up studying quite a bit about aromatherapy.
The guide did require you to have several types of essential oils and if you don't have them already then it could work out expensive. So as an alternative I have provided you with some resources to study other areas of Japanese history instead.
Japanese Crafts There are some great crafts you can include in your studies. Here are our favourites.
Shibori - there are several different types of shibori dyeing, but an easy version to do would be tie-die. Kool-aid makes a safe dye. You can find instructions for dyeing yarn using kool-aid and apply the same techniques to tie-dyeing a t-shirt.
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