Pattern Matching Activity

As the temperatures drop, we've been spending more time indoors. I thought this would be a fun activity and a great way to practice some new vocabulary. Depending on your child's age, there are a few ways you can use these. Coloring plus Narration For us, (23...

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강림절 달력 Advent Calendar

Counting in Korean has been one of my main focuses lately. My little guy is no where near reading Korean, yet. But, he can't get enough paper to color on. (In fact, he recently resorted to our window shades, to my horror.) So, I thought...

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Thankful For Your Support

This has certainly been a unique year. Amidst this unpredictable chaos, there have also been a lot of changes here at home. For example, I launched Tigerboom. I really thought this would just be a silly blog and a small distraction. But, the support and...

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Hangul Vowels Activity Book

Looking for consonants? Try here. It's here!! I finally finished the vowel booklet that pairs perfectly with your consonant (Fall themed) freebie. Finding words that included the vowels was very difficult. (If you have any suggestions, please let me know for the next one! 😂) So,...

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Hangul Day Activity Book

Looking for vowels? Go here. I've wanted to make a Hangul coloring book since the very beginning of Tigerboom. I have countless drafts in my sketchbook. But, I wasn't sure how exactly I wanted to give it a unique spin. If you follow me on Instagram,...

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Chuseok Memory Game

Chuseok is only a couple of weeks away so I wanted to make a fun game to help Little Guy learn a little more about this holiday. While I would love to take him to a samulnori performance, for now I think the most he...

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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...

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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...

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