Hangul Magnets

These are a recent addition. This set of 50 magnets was $24 on Amazon. They're foam and backed with a thin piece of magnet. The quality seems pretty good and they feel very similar to my English alphabet set. When I took them out, a...

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Pororo Flashcards

Pororo makes up about 98% of Little Guy's screen time. The other 2% is Pink Fong, Go! Go! Cory Carson, and Daniel Tiger (when we are at cousin's house.) Taking that into consideration, the reaction Little Guy has when he sees Pororo anywhere is unparalleled....

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Scavenger Hunt 보물 찾기

Spending time outdoors is one of my favorite things to do with my little guy. Anything I've read about child development emphasizes incorporating nature into daily life. Personally, I love the change of scenery, getting fresh air, and sunlight. Plus, Vitamin D is good for...

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Morning Routine – Revised

UPDATE: The printables have been updated to include romanized Korean and be more consistent with the other freebies. Instead of the illustrated scene, I made it into a coloring page with vocabulary labels. I also made a Caregiver Phrase Card with phrases from the original...

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Crab Cake by Andrea Tsurumi

It was an unexpected surprise when I saw Andrea Tsurumi's name on the course syllabus of the SVA Summer Residency I attended. It was an even bigger coincidence because we had been introduced through a mutual friend and discussed her experiences changing career paths to...

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Parenting Hack – English Phrases Book

I remember wandering Seoul aimlessly, eighteen years old, with about five months of beginner Korean under my belt. I stumbled into a bookstore (one of my favorite places) and perused every section. I was in awe of the beautiful cover artwork, the cute stationery and...

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Parenting Phrases in Korean

As an adoptee learning Korean, I noticed some funny differences with my Korean American classmates. More often than not, they were much slower readers. (Even though, once they read it aloud, their comprehension was far superior.) And, when it came to conversation, it flowed naturally...

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