Resources

Free Resources

How to Make a Personal Compass (Zine)

Self-permission Cards (Printable)


Resources for Purchase

The Beginner’s Guide to Korean Food and Restaurants ($12)
From traditional to street food, this 46-page practical beginner’s guide to Korean food and restaurants will help you feel comfortable ordering and eating meals in South Korea. It’s the guide I wish I’d had when I first moved there, loaded with the language, inside tips, and confidence that will help you enjoy memorable meals from day one.


Also from my days teaching English in Korea, I have lesson plans (including all resources—worksheets, handouts, PowerPoint presentations, etc.) for two summer/winter English camps:

Complete Lesson Plans for 2-week English Camp “It’s a Small World” ($7)
“It’s a Small World” is an interactive elementary English camp for grades 3-6 where kids explore a new country each day (passports in hand, of course!), through various cultural activities and games.

Complete Lesson Plans for 2-week English Camp “Royal Mystery” ($7)
“Royal Mystery” is a fun elementary English camp for grades 3-6 with a castle theme during the first week and a detective theme during the second week.