Yut-Nori is a basic Korean board game involving throwing “sticks” to determine the number of spaces you travel.  We didn’t have any popsicle sticks, so we used some die-cut “band-aids”. (It was all we had.)

The kids and I really enjoyed playing this game and even used Korean money we had for our game pieces.  First, after I copied the Yut-Nori game board on poster board, we colored our “sticks” with stripes on one side and polka-dots on the other.

Throwing the sticks to determine how many places to move.

 In the end, Tallinn was our big winner and this is sure to be played again as I’m always up for a challenge and Addie needs to get a win in as well. 

(Today’s fun idea along with directions on how to play the game, came from http://belladia.typepad.com/crafty_crow/2010/03/crafts-around-the-world-korea.html.)

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