Best Children’s Korean Language Books
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1. Ninja Life Hacks Mover and Shaker 8 Book Box Set (Books 25-32: Patient, Organized, Smart, Confident, Stressed, Hopeful, Communication, Funny)
Author: by Mary Nhin
The Ninja Life Hacks Mover and Shaker Box Set includes books 25-32:Patient NinjaCommunication NinjaOrganized NinjaConfident NinjaSmart NinjaStressed NinjaHopeful NinjaFunny NinjaLife is hard! And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out. The new Children's book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills.
Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults. The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11+. Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for educators, parents, and teachers alike.
Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks Book Sets. Ninja Life Hacks Emotions and Feelings Box Set Ninja Life Hacks Growth Mindset Book SetNinja Life Hacks Leadership Book SetNinja Life Hacks Mover and Shaker Book SetMakes a perfect gift! (No books in our sets overlap.
2. Korean Hangul Writing Workbook: Korean Alphabet for Beginners: Hangul Crash Course, Syllables and Words Writing Practice and Cut-out Flash Cards (Korean Writing Workbooks for Beginners)
Author: by Lilas Lingvo
Are you learning Korean and struggling with Hangul alphabet? If yes then this book is for you!Features:1. Hangul Crash Course. If you’re completely new to Korean writing system this part will jump-start your learning process!2. Syllable Writing Practice. Practice writing various Hangul syllables to become fluent in reading and writing in Korean!3.
Words Writing Practice. Writing Hangul syllables is fun but writing actual Korean words and phrases is even more so! In this part we’ve compiled more that 200 words and useful phrases for you to practice on.4. Cut-out Flash Cards. Learn Hangul letters with easy-to-cut flash cards.
No need to spend extra on fancy cardboard cards! All pages are designed to be easily cut out and multiplied using a copying machine! Save money and share practice pages with your fellow Korean language learning friends!Buy it now!
3. Unicorn Flowers – Primary Story Journal: Dotted Midline and Picture Space | Grades K-2 Composition School Exercise Book | 100 Story Pages (Cute Unicorn Notebooks For Girls)
Author: by Skye Print Books
Primary Composition NotebookLarge 8.5×11 in./21.6×27. 9 cm50 Sheets/100 PagesStory paper pages with a blank picture space on the top half and primary ruled lines on the bottom half of the page. The dotted midline and thick baseline make handwriting practice easier for kids in preschool and elementary school learning how to write.
Compatible with the common handwriting methods used in schools such as Zaner-Bloser, D’Nealian, and McDoughal Littel. See more of our cute cover designs for girls and boys by searching ‘Skye Print Books’ on Amazon to see them all. Also available in a wide ruled format.
4. Learn Korean – The Language Workbook for Beginners: An Easy, Step-by-Step Study Book and Writing Practice Guide for Learning How to Read, Write, and … Inside!) (Elementary Korean Language Books)
Author: by Jennie Lee
MAR+LOWE (March 5, 2021)
Our comprehensive workbook for beginners makes learning Korean simple! NOW UPDATED* Packed with practical information and easy, step-by-step guides to help you read, write, and speak Korean faster:Ideal Introduction to the Korean LanguageLearn all about the historic Hangul AlphabetComplete Stroke Order Diagrams and Writing InstructionHangul flashcard template pages to cut out and keepOver 150+ pages, with Calligraphy Practice and Quizzes!
Detailed Guide to Pronunciation and Rules This Korean book is suitable for adults and kids, from total beginners to those looking to improve their writing Hangul writing skills. Our self-study exercises and how-to-write style practice pages will simplify the whole process for elementary and intermediate Korean.
Your tutor, Jennie Lee, will teach you everything you need to know about the Hangul script, with just enough detail to get started quickly! Features: a comprehensive overview of the pronunciation rules, a large section of beginner vocabulary for practice, a guide to reading and writing numbers Korean, understanding native handwriting, and more!
Diary of an Awesome Kid (Children’s Journal): 100 Pages Lined, Deep Blue Space – Creative Journal, Notebook, Diary (7 x 10 inches) (Journals for Kids)
Author: by Creative Kid
YOU ARE AWESOME!100 Page Diary, Journal, Notebook for Kids You are the creator of your life story. With this handy book, you are the writer, illustrator, and main character too! This is the perfect notebook for creative kids that LOVE to write and doodle.
This is an excellent paperback journal for keeping up with life’s memories, taking notes, jotting down ideas, or writing creative stories…. Also has a DIY table of contents for quick referencing! 7×10 inches26 light lines per page100 pages on white paperPerfect for journaling, list-making, doodling or anything elseHigh-quality matte cover for a professional finishDo-it-yourself table of contents for bookmarking highlightsWhy should kids keep a journal or diary?
Daily writing allows you to explore your own thoughts, ideas, and topics in a safe way without the worry of what others think. Journals are great for expressing thoughts and feelings about anything on your mind. They are also great for enhancing creativity!
Young writers can build confidence with writing. You can also have fun and create your own stories and cartoons. If you enjoying doodling and drawing, you can create your own diary drawing book and show it off to your friends.
6. My First Book of Korean Words: An ABC Rhyming Book of Korean Language and Culture (My First Book Of…-miscellaneous/English)
Author: by Kyubyong Park
My First Book of Korean Words is a beautifully illustrated book that introduces young children to Korean language and culture through everyday words. The words profiled in this book are all commonly used in the Korean language and are both informative and fun for English-speaking children to learn.
The goals of My First Book of Korean Words are multiple: to familiarize children with the sounds and structure of Korean speech, to introduce core elements of Korean culture, to illustrate the ways in which languages differ in their treatment of everyday sounds and to show how, through cultural importation, a single word can be shared between languages.
Both teachers and parents will welcome the book’s cultural and linguistic notes, and appreciate how the book is organized in a familiar ABC structure. Each word is presented in Hangeul, as well as in its Romanized form. With the help of this book, we hope more children (and adults) will soon be a part of the nearly 80 million people worldwide that speak Korean!
7. The Toddler's Handbook: Bilingual (English / Korean) (영어 / 한국어) Numbers, Colors, Shapes, Sizes, ABC Animals, Opposites, and Sounds, with over 100 … Children’s Learning Books (Korean Edition)
Author: by Dayna Martin
The Toddler’s Handbook introduces 17 basic concepts in English and Korean. Included are numbers, colors, shapes, sizes, ABCs, animals, opposites, sounds, actions, sports, food, tableware, clothes, engines, emotions, body, and time. This book develops early language skills using 174 words that every kid should know.
Vibrant colors and images are designed to attract the attention of babies and toddlers. This book will help children learn a variety of important concepts in English and Korean before preschool.
8. Let's Learn Korean Kit: 64 Basic Korean Words and Their Uses (Flash Cards, Free Online Audio, Games & Songs, Learning Guide and Wall Chart)
Author: by Laura Armitage
Welcome to a Korean language learning adventuredesigned to make learning fun! The Let’s Learn Korean kit is an introductory language learning tool specially designed to help children from preschool through early elementary level acquire necessary words, phrases, and sentences in Korean in a fun and easy way.
The flashcards can be used as a learning tool in a classroom setting, at home, or anywhere that learning takes place, and can easily be taped around the room for an interactive learning experience. This Korean flashcards-for-kids kit contains: 64 Flash Cards (4.25″ x 2.
7″) that get children talkingabout Numbers, Colors, Going Places, and more. Everyday words and sentences help children learn naturally. Accompanying Online Audio provides native pronunciation of the Korean words and sample sentences for practiceplus Korean songs that help make learning fun.
Color Wall Chart (24″ x 18″) keeps all the new vocabulary in sight. Learning Guide for Parents and Teachers 32 ages tells you how to use the cards for most effective learning, and includes activities and games to play with your kids.
9. Conversational Korean Dialogues: Over 100 Korean Conversations and Short Stories (Conversational Korean Dual Language Books)
Author: by Lingo Mastery
Are you finding it tough to follow dialogues on your favorite Korean series and movies? Do you want to have conversations with Korean speakers like a native? If your answer to any of the previous questions was Yes’, then this book is for you!
One of the most crucial skills you will gain as a language learner is the ability to speak like a native. Using the right words, tone, and formality is key to mastering the language, and Korean is no different! Because of this, we have compiled OVER ONE HUNDRED conversational Korean stories for Beginners along with their translations, allowing new Korean speakers to obtain the necessary tools to know how to set a meeting, rent a car or tell a doctor that they don’t feel well.
If speaking the language like a native is your goal, this book is for you! How Conversational Korean Dialogues works:Each new chapter will have a fresh, new story between two people who wish to solve a common, day-to-day issue that you will surely encounter in real life.
10. My First Korean Dictionary
Author: by Mihee Song
Learn Korean with new series from trusted publisher of foreign language study guides, Hippocrene Books! With colorful, eye-catching illustrations to stimulate imagination and curiosity, My First Korean Dictionary is specially designed for children ages 5 to 12. It contains more than 1,000 everyday words (from colors, animals, household items, foods and more)each illustrated and translated into Korean with accompanying phonetic pronunciation.
The illustrations are arranged alphabetically by English word so even young readers can easily search for words. Each one is labeled with clear, bold type and the commonsense pronunciation makes it easy to begin speaking Korean right away! Recent studies suggest that children should begin learning a foreign language before age 10 for best results.
This dictionary is a fun, engaging way for parents and grandparents to introduce Korean to young children and grandchildren. Teachers will also find the dictionary useful for students who are learning Korean from kindergarten and up.
11. My First Korean Alphabets Picture Book with English Translations: Bilingual Early Learning & Easy Teaching Korean Books for Kids (Teach & Learn Basic Korean words for Children)
Author: by Ji-young S.
My First Picture Book Inc
Did you ever want to teach your kids the basics of Korean ? Learning Korean can be fun with this picture book. In this book you will find the following features: Korean Alphabets.Korean Words. English Translations. Some Important Information Regarding Our Books: Each Alphabet has its own Page.
All Pages are in Color. No Transliterations (Pronunciations). You (the Parent) should be helping your child learn how to pronounce.
12. The Fearless Shark: Explore Animals and Opposites in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean
Author: by David Ming
Introduce your kids to Animals and Opposites in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean. Great for Young Learners and Pre-K: Have fun reading about a fearless shark compared to a shy condor, a noisy rooster compared to a quiet turtle, and much more.
Every page pairs colorful artwork with precise translations in all four languages, including both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters. Pronunciation Help: Both Mandarin Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet. Encouraging Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming wrote his multilingual book Series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations.
His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children your mother tongue or encouraging bilingual/trilingual flexibility, this book is for you.Yeh!Books.Explore Words.Explore Worlds.
13. Love Ninja: A Children’s Book About Love (Ninja Life Hacks)
Author: by Mary Nhin
Love Ninja goes on a quest to learn more about the meaning of love and all the different ways you can show love. Find out what happens in this comedic book about communicating and showing your loved ones you care.Life is hard!
And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out. The new Children's book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills. Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults.
The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11. Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike. Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks books! Visit the author profile for fun, free printables!
14. My First Bilingual Book–Numbers (English–Korean)
Author: by Milet Publishing
Guaranteed to enrich a toddler’s vocabulary, this simple and fun series of bilingual board books is ideal for helping children discover a foreign language. Highlighting the two basic concepts of colors and numbers, this collection combines photographs and colorful illustrations.
All images include the words in both English and the second language in clear, bold text. Suitable for toddlers on their own or in groups, these books are a child’s perfect introduction to exploring new languages.
15. One Red Bicycle: Explore Numbers, Colors, and Vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean
Author: by David Ming
Introduce your kids to colors, numbers, and vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean. Great for Young Learners and Pre-K: Have fun counting from 1 to 10, starting with One Red Bicycle and building up to Ten White Airplanes. Every page pairs colorful artwork with precise translations in all four languages, including both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters.
Thoughtful Translations: The last few pages summarize all colors, numbers, and vehicles, including multiple translations when concepts are known by different words in different countries. Cars, for example, may be called Coches in Mexico or Carros in Venezuela. Likewise, in Mandarin Chinese, there is more than one way to say Bus.
Some people will say GngGng QCh, while others will use the transliterated words BSh. Pronunciation Help: Both Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet. Growing up to be Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming created his multilingual book series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations.
16. Korean Alphabet: Korean Hangul Learning and Writing Workbook for Beginners and Kids Vol.1
Author: by Dream Bisang Press
Korean Alphabet Vol. 1- Korean Hangul Learning and Writing Workbook for Beginners and KidsConsonants and Vowels | Korean Words Writing Hangul Workbook with Quiz Pages Easy and Simple: Great for Beginners, Kids, and Teenagers Easy Learning- Fundamental Korean Practice Book Size: Big and Handy 8.5 x 11 in.
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