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.
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.)