Hiragana letters disjointed by stroke order.
The stroke order is colour-coded by colour, making it perfect for beginners to be familiarised with Hiragana stroke order. Knowing stroke order is very important for writing beautiful hiragana. You can practice in a fun and playful way.
To use, print the PDF document as-is on a transparent film sheet using a copy machine, then cut along the lines to make cards, and students can assemble strokes of characters by looking at the chart.
When doing the actual activity, it is better to divide a few lines the Hiragana chart.
You can copy and paste directly from the word document, so you can change the size, create different activities by yourself, and use it in many different ways.
A B&W version is also included together.