Rainy Day Coloring Activities

The last few weeks have been a struggle for us due to stormy weather and a bit of good old-fashioned quarantining. It's really essential to get some outside play time to really let Little Guy use up his energy, have fun, and run around. But,...

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Play Dough Coloring and Activity Pages

If you've been following along on Instagram, I've been sharing a bunch of Caregiver Corner phrases related to playing with play dough. Play is one of the best times to incorporate a second (or minority) language. Instead of making the focal point of the activity...

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Inspirational Words

Like many others, when I watched Amanda Gorman deliver her work The Hill We Climb, I was moved. I found the core of her message so important, incredible, and impactful. After learning more about her, I continued to be inspired and impressed. It made me reflect...

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Happy Valentine’s Day

I'm skeptical this is the "official" translation, but I made this to be a cute, fun, and silly activity. I loved swapping valentines in school. It was always fun seeing what designs kids chose. And, of course I loved receiving those folded cards that had...

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Rice Cake Dumpling Soup

Like any holiday, Seollal comes with its own customs and traditions. Of course that includes delicious food. 떡굴 (tteog-guk) or Rice cake soup is one of the main dishes served for the New Year. I love the broth, I love the rice cakes, I love...

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New Year’s Bow

As an adoptee, I really love learning about all the different customs and traditions in Korean culture. 세배 (se-bae) is the special bowing at New Year to show respect and wish older family members a happy new year. Customarily, the phrase 새해 복 많이 받으세요...

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Draw Your Own Ox

The last week I had a rush of creativity (hooray!) Any other creatives out there will know, this is a rare but wonderful feeling and must be capitalized on. I really wanted to have a lot of printables for you to integrate with any Seollal...

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Dumpling Mart | Pretend Play with Korean Food

Some of you already know I grew up as the only asian person within a 200 mile radius. At least, that's what it felt like. And, honestly, it was probably true. Life pre-internet made inclusion and representation feel so unimaginable. It was virtually non-existent. All...

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