Alpabetong Filipino Tracing Sheets

The two pdf files below (Alpabetong Filipino_1 and Alpabetong Filipino_2) list the 28 letters of the Filipino alphabet. Each letter is accompanied by an illustration of an object or person whose name begins with (or has) the letter. The student may trace the letter and write the letter on the remaining line space. The student may also trace the name for the object or person. Each page has 4 letters of the Filipino alphabet.

Alpabetong Filipino_1 is appropriate for preschoolers. Alpabetong Filipino_2 is appropriate for Grade 1 students.

All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom except for the following which were obtained from clker.com and are public domain: isda, manok, puno, susi, bahay, cellphone, ibon, jack, kamay, volleyball, and zebra.

You may print and distribute these files to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit.

Click on the links below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf files.

Alpabetong Filipino_1

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AFTW1_2

Alpabetong Filipino_2

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Mga Alagang Hayop at Hayop sa Kabukiran

The pdf file below is a lesson sheet showing the Filipino names for pets. The English translations of these names are also included. The illustrations for the aso, pusa, and tandang are by samutsamot_mom.  All other images were obtained from clker.com and are public domain.

You may print and distribute this sheet to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Mga Alagang Hayop

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The pdf file below is a lesson sheet showing the Filipino names for animals that are commonly seen in farms in the Philippines. The English translations of these names are also included. The illustration for the tandang is by samutsamot_mom.  All other images were obtained from clker.com and are public domain.

You may print and distribute this sheet to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Mga Hayop sa Kabukiran

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Mga Karaniwang Hayop Handwriting Booklet

The pdf file below has pages with illustrations of common animals labeled with their Filipino names as well as the English translations of these names. The student is asked to trace the name of the animal and rewrite it on the lines below the word he or she traced.

Each page can be cut up into four smaller pages and made into a booklet. There are 24 animals included in this handwriting booklet. The first page may be used as the cover and back page. The students may be asked to color the illustrations and decorate the cover page.

The illustrations for the aso, pusa, ibon, palaka, daga, isda, butiki, uod, gagamba, and manok are by samutsamot_mom.  All other images were obtained from clker.com and are public domain.

You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Mga Karaniwang Hayop

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Mga Kulisap Handwriting Booklet and Lesson Sheet

The pdf file below has pages with illustrations of insects (mga kulisap) labeled with their Filipino names as well as the English translations of these names. The student is asked to trace the name of the insect and rewrite it on the lines below the word he or she traced.

Each page can be cut up into four smaller pages and made into a booklet. There are fifteen insects included in this handwriting booklet. The first page may be used as the cover and back page. The students may be asked to color the illustrations and decorate the cover page.

The illustrations for the lamok (mosquito), ipis (cockroach), alitaptap (firefly), and anay (termite) are by samutsamot_mom.  All other images were obtained from clker.com and are public domain. (Thank you, clker!)

Note that the Filipino name for a mantis is sambasamba or sasamba. I chose the shorter name for the handwriting booklet.

You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Click on the link below, not the thumbnail, to open the pdf file.

Mga Kulisap_minipages

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I also made two lesson sheets on the names of the insects in Filipino with the same images as those in the booklet above. English translations are included as well.

You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Click on the link below, not the thumbnail, to open the pdf file.

Mga Kulisap

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Mga Ibon Handwriting Booklet and Lesson Sheet

The pdf file below has pages with illustrations of birds labeled with their Filipino names as well as the English translations of these names. The student is asked to trace the name of the bird and rewrite it on the lines below the word he or she traced.

Each page can be cut up into four smaller pages and made into a booklet. There are twenty birds included in this handwriting booklet. The first page may be used as the cover and back page. The students may be asked to color the illustrations and decorate the cover page.

The illustrations for the tandang (rooster), buwitre (vulture), and agila (eagle) are by samutsamot_mom.  The image of the maya (sparrow) is from cliparts101.com. All other images were obtained from clker.com and are public domain. (Thank you, clker!)

You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Mga Ibon_minipages

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If you want your child to learn the Filipino names of the birds, I also made a lesson sheet on that with the same images as those in the booklet above. English translations are included as well.

You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Mga Ibon

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I’ll be posting handwriting booklets like these on other animals next time. Enjoy!

 

Pantig Worksheets (Part 3)

The pdf file below has three worksheets. Each worksheet asks the student to write the missing syllable (pantig) in order to complete the Filipino word for the illustration shown. All three worksheets have missing 3-letter syllables. Note that ng is considered to be one letter in the Filipino alphabet.

All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom except for the following which were obtained from clker.com: tiger, wing, monkey, and lightning bolt.

You may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit.

Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Isulat ang Pantig_2

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Pantig Worksheets (Part 2)

The pdf file below has three worksheets. Each worksheet asks the student to write the missing syllable (pantig) in order to complete the Filipino word for the illustration shown. The first two worksheets have missing 2-letter syllables with the letter a. The third worksheet has missing 2-letter syllables with the letter o or u.

All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom except for the following which were obtained from clker.com: soccer ball, house, bottle, tree, skull, and wheel.

You may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit.

Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Isulat ang Pantig_1

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Naiibang Bagay Worksheets

When my daughter was little, we purchased a book on dinosaurs which came with several plastic toy dinosaurs. As an activity, she would group the dinosaurs in a certain way and we would guess the reason behind the grouping. For example, she would group the dinosaurs that had spikes on their backs and those without. When we guessed correctly, it would be our turn to group the dinosaurs and she would guess the reason for the grouping. We liked this activity because of the conversations we would have with her, which helped to enrich her vocabulary. Sometimes, we even failed to guess her reasoning.

The pdf file below has four worksheets which ask the student to color or circle the object or animal that does not belong in the group. I posted similar worksheets in 2013. I made some changes to those worksheets. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom, except for the images for the three dogs, deer, and fish, which were obtained from clker.com.

If you are homeschooling your child, it is best to work on these sheets with them so that you will know his or her reason for choosing a certain object from the group.

Click on the link, not the thumbnails, to open the file.

Bilugan ang Naiiba Worksheets

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Una at Huling Titik ng Salita Worksheets (Part 2)

In 2013, I posted several worksheets which asked the student to circle the first or the last letter of the Filipino name for the object shown. I’ve redesigned those worksheets and added a few more. Click on the links below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf files.

All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom except for the following which were obtained from clker.com: tree, soccer ball, umbrella, car, butterfly, wheel, shopping bag, mountain, and door.

You may distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit.

Bilugan ang Unang Titik_2 (4 worksheets)

Bilugan ang Huling Titik_2 (3 worksheets)

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Mga Hugis

The 2-page pdf file below shows the names of several shapes in Filipino.  The first page shows the Filipino names for the shapes and the second page shows both the Filipino and English names for the shapes. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Pangalan ng mga Hugis

Here’s a pdf file with two worksheets that ask the student to name the shape.

Isulat ang Pangalan ng Hugis

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You may be wondering why I did not use the words biluhaba or habilog to refer to the oval shape. According to the UP Diksiyonaryong Filipino, the words biluhaba and habilog are adjectives. They are used to describe objects that are oval-shaped or ellipse-shaped.  The words obalo and obalado may be used as nouns (to refer to the shape itself) or as adjectives (to describe objects that are oval-shaped or ellipse-shaped).  Since I am naming the shape, I used the words obalo and obalado, not biluhaba or habilog.

So, you may say the sentences below:

Gumuhit ako ng obalo sa pisara. (I drew an oval on the blackboard.) The word obalo is a noun in this sentence. The word oval in English may be used as a noun or as an adjective.

Ang salamin sa dingding ay biluhaba. (The mirror on the wall is oval.)  The word biluhaba is an adjective in this sentence.

Ang salamin sa dingding ay habilog. (The mirror on the wall is oval.) The word habilog is an adjective in this sentence.

The words in the lesson sheets are nouns that name the shapes.  The word bilog may be used as a noun or an adjective. As an adjective, it can describe objects that are circular or spherical.

If you need to describe an object using the shape nouns, you may use the Filipino word hugis with the noun.  For example, if an object is shaped like a pyramid, you can describe it as “hugis-piramide” or “hugis-tagilo” and you may say “Ang ginawa kong laruan mula sa LEGO ay hugis-tagilo” or “Hugis-tagilo ang ginawa kong laruan mula sa LEGO.”

Other Filipino adjectives are kuwadrado or parisukat (for square-shaped objects), parihaba (for rectangular objects), biluhaba or habilog (for oval-shaped or ellipse-shaped objects), and kubiko (for cubic or cube-shaped objects).

To describe objects with other shapes, you may use the word hugis with the noun such as hugis-tatsulok (for triangular objects), hugis-diyamante (for diamond-shaped objects), hugis-puso (heart-shaped), hugis-tala (star-shaped), hugis-pentagono (pentagon-shaped), and hugis-silindro (cylindrical). Note that words attached with the word hugis are adjectives, not nouns.

You may print and distribute these lesson sheets and worksheets to you children or students, but you may not do so for profit. Watch your karma.