Japanese language puzzles Information

Puzzle information. 

Please find the puzzles under ‘Products’ – Educational Japanese language puzzles/resources.

School ordering process

If you are buying through a school and need to submit a purchase order, please CLICK HERE to download an order form.  Once I receive the purchase order by email, I will issue an invoice and action the order.  

Puzzles are individually made to order so please allow up to four weeks for delivery after purchase order is processed

How many pieces should I get in my puzzles?

Children will have varying abilities in completing puzzles.  It will also depend if you want them to complete the puzzles independently or with support and whether they will be used as a quick rotational activity or something to be used as a classroom leisure or reward activity. 

For a general guide see the list of options in the product options with suggested Year levels for each size.

Puzzle quality and supporting Australian business.

It is important to me to support Australian business, so I am very happy to have a new local supplier from November 2020 whose focus is a high quality product and excellent customer service. The puzzles are made using durable 3mm wood and designed to withstand years of classroom use, with the design printed directly onto the wood for extra durability.     

My language learning and teaching background

I have studied both Japanese and Indonesian languages at university and studied Thai in a language school in Thailand.  I obtained a CELTA certificate and Grad Cert in TESOL and taught English in Taiwan.  Since then I have taught both adults and school students Indonesian language and taught Japanese languages to primary school students.  I worked as the EAL/D Advisory Visiting Teacher in the Gladstone Region in Central QLD and prior to this worked for TAFE teaching English to adults from non-English speaking backgrounds.  From my experiences I understand the benefit of interactive, visually appealing, and engaging resources that inspire students to want to learn. 

I hope you and your students enjoy these resources.