Hangul Day Activity Book
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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, you may have noticed my Fall/Woodland theme poster recently. When I finished that, I was so happy with the result I had to use the illustrations in more than one place. And so, my 32-page activity book was created!
I’m really excited to share my coloring booklet. The cover has all 14 consonants with stroke directions. The first spread has a bigger version of all 14 characters. The following pages break down each letter. There is one page with the consonant and its pronunciation. The page alongside it has a picture to color and writing practice. The format is large for little learners.
The last page has a grid to practice all 14 consonants in a smaller format. This is better suited for older kids (or even adults!) Below I have instructions on how to print the PDF as a booklet. But, if that isn’t for you, you can print these out on 5″ x 7″ flash cards. You can print each page as many times as you want if you are working on practicing one specific letter. You can print out the back cover in a larger format if you want to practice all the consonants. You can even print out each page on 8.5″ x 11″ Letter paper if you just want to have bigger-sized coloring fun. I would love to see what you end up doing! (If you share your photos, please tag @tigerboomcreative )
How to Print Your Booklet
Instructions on printing a booklet using Adobe Acrobat (free or paid.)
Open the booklet file in Adobe Acrobat.
Choose File > Print.
Make sure you have selected 8.5″ x 11″ Letter paper.
Choose fit to page scaling.
Make sure All Pages are selected to print the entire booklet.
In the Paper Sizing & Handling section, choose Booklet.
If you have a standard at-home printer, you will most likely have to print one side first and then flip your paper and print the second side. To do this, look for the Booklet Subset menu and choose Front Side Only.
No matter how excited you are, do not take your pages out of order. Pay careful attention to the direction and orientation of your pages. If you need to, take a photo to reference.
Once all of the front side pages have printed, flip the paper and reload it into the printer.
Redo these steps but this time choose Back Side Only in the Booklet Subset.
Still need help? Here’s a video explaining the process.