하루 일과 Chore Chart

It's no secret, I'm a fan of Maria Montessori and her method. One of the things that drew my husband and I to the Montessori method is the emphasis on practical life skills. Walking the Little Guy through different routines and exercises like pouring water...

Read More

배고파? Hungry?

Meal time is one of my favorite times to integrate Korean because it's the easiest! Ordering food, saying "I'm hungry" or "full," and learning the names of dishes was probably the first things I picked up on my Korean journey. I've read that consistency and compartmentalizing...

Read More

알파벳 그림 사전 Alphabet of Alphabets

We just got this in our recent Aladin order and I am obsessed. It is yet another of my reverse language hacks. It's an alphabet book for Korean kids. So, you've got the English and the Korean side by side. It's perfect for bilingual learning! Each...

Read More

가라사대 놀이 Simon Says

My son doesn't understand the actual rules of Simon Says, but he loves following along when we call out the actions. Naturally I thought, "I should have been doing this in Korean." Then I Immediately realized I have no idea how to say any of...

Read More

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...

Read More

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....

Read More

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...

Read More