Will you be exploring different countries this year in your homeschool? Learning about different countries really broadens the minds of kids in respect to how big – and sometimes small – the world can really be. Discover these resources for learning all about South Korea with your kids this year.
This post is part of the Ways to Help Kids Learn About the Nations Series
After discovering a few facts about geography, in general, I knew I needed to incorporate it more into my homeschool. Geography is one of those subjects that can easily get overlooked in your homeschool, unless you are intentional about it. I currently do contract work for international development and let me tell you, I wish I had learned more about the world and geographical locations when I was younger.
I now understand the value of geography in education, so I have started teaching geography in my homeschool without a curriculum. It is easier than you might think. One of the countries we will tackle this year is South Korea.
My daughter is really interested in Asian cultures and yes, she loves K-Pop. Note: If you haven’t heard of K-Pop, it’s Korean pop music that is popular everywhere. Additionally, my son trains in Judo, so it just made sense to incorporate South Korea in my homeschool schedule for geography this year.
October 3rd is South Korea’s National Foundation Day and we are so excited about studying it this year. National Foundation Day in South Korea is celebrated with ceremonies on the summit of Mount Manisan on an island called Kanghwa Island. The holiday has a cool myth behind it that your kids will enjoy.
If you are looking to explore a country full of bright colors, rich history, and unique facts, then the resources below can provide all you need to dive right into a South Korea Unit in your homeschool.
National Foundation Day in South Korea 2019 |90Day Korean
Learn to Read Korean in 90 Minutes Free Cheat Sheet and 90 Minute Challenge|90DayKorean (Note: Search at the bottom of the page)
South Korea Printable Flags | Free Printable Flags
Flag of South Korea | Homeschool Creations
Color the World – South Korea | Education.com
Korean Worksheets | ESL Kidz
Korean Numbers Printable | Little Seoulster
South Korea Unit | In All You Do
Korea Coloring Pages | Super Coloring
South Korea Country Guide | Commisceo-Global
20 Things You Must Know About Korean Culture | The Asian Life
Explore South Korea | National Geographic
South Korea Facts | Kids-World-Travel-Guide
South Korea Crafts for Kids | eHow
Korean Paper Fans | Layers of Learning
Art Around the World: South Korea (Ddakji Game) | Teacher Mom Plus 3
Homeschool Lesson Plans – Korea | The Homeschool Mom
South Korea Homeschooling | A2Z Homeschooling
FREE Trial offer of Rocket Languages – Korean | Rocket Languages
Read Around the World: South Korea Unit | Teach Beside Me
24 Kid-Friendly Korean Foods |Kimchimari
South Korea Booklet Country Study Project Unit | Beyond Imagination
Korea: The Land and Its People workbook |Come Learn With Me
Korea Activity Set | ESL Kidz
South Korea Maze | Muse Printables
Important Things to Know About South Korea | ThoughtCo.
14 Strange and Unique Facts About South Korea | Koreaboo.com
27 Fun Facts About Korea | Trvlmrk
8 Fun Facts About Korea |90Day Korean
11 Children’s Books About Korean Culture | The Barefoot Mommy
Children’s books set in South Korea |Kids Travel Books
All About South Korea | Thrifty in Third Grade by Cassie Smith
Korean Language Homeschool Curriculum | Learning Online Blog
10 Fun Facts About PyeongChang, South Korea |Multicultural Kid Blogs
Grab these items to go alongside your lessons on South Korea:
Pororo Popular Korean Children’s Song Sound CardPororo Education Children’s Song Sound Card (Korean)Pinkfong Korean Sing Along Sound BookKONGSUNI Series Talking Toy Fridge for Kids, Toy Refrigerator Toy Food Set Real Water Comes Out Toy Water Dispenser … (Korean)Youngchang Sogo Korean Traditional Hand Drum Musical Instruments YS-VNPinkfong Hangul Learning Sound Book Korean toy Play Fun Button Game Study 핑크퐁 한글가방
If you want to take it a step further, learn all about celebrating diversity with your kids in the blog Celebrate Diversity: Delve into Cultures, Ethnicities, and Languages. Enjoy your South Korean homeschool journey and grab some books on South Korea to share with your kids below.
If you were me and lived in… South Korea: A Child’s Introduction to Cultures around the WorldSouth Korea: Travel for kids: The fun way to discover South Korea (Travel Guide For Kids)Living in . . . South KoreaBee-Bim Bop!
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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