Pagpapahalaga sa Sariling Katawan: This worksheet asks the student to cut out the drawings and paste them in the correct box. For example, the drawing of the girl taking a shower should be pasted in the box with the label “Maligo araw-araw.” The third page of the file has mini-flashcards of the good health habits. The thumbnails are shown below.
A complex sentence in Filipino is called hugnayan na pangungusap or pangungusap na hugnayan. This type of sentence is made up of an independent clause (sugnay na makapag-iisa/malayang sugnay) and a dependent clause (sugnay na di-makapag-iisa/di-malayang sugnay).
A compound-complex sentence in Filipino is called langkapan na pangungusap or pangungusap na langkapan. This type of sentence is made up of two or more independent clauses and at least one dependent clause.
You may print the two worksheets below for your students or children, but please do not do so for profit.
Hugnayan o Langkapan_1: This 10-item worksheet asks the student to determine whether a sentence is hugnayan (complex) or langkapan (compound-complex).
Pangungusap na Langkapan_1: This 9-item worksheet asks the student to identify the two independent clauses and the dependent clause in a compound-complex sentence.
These two types of sentences are introduced in sixth grade.
I would just like to share with you the website www.pinoyedition.com. Click on the Categories link and you’ll see a list of resources available:
- Maikling Kuwento
- Mga Alamat
- Mga Pabula
- Mga Bugtong
- Mga Tula
- Kuwentong bayan
- Talambuhay ng mga Bayani
The website’s Links connects you to the Tagalog, Cebuano, and Hiligaynon dictionaries. I hope you find it helpful in teaching your students and children Filipino.
I’m sharing the first monthly test (and answer key) in Filipino which I made for my daughter in sixth grade: Unang Buwanang Pagsusulit sa Filipino 6, Unang Buwanang Pagsusulit sa Filipino 6 – Mga Sagot. The topics in this test include:
- Parirala, sugnay, at pangungusap;
- Sugnay na makapag-iisa at di-makapag-iisa;
- Mga bahagi ng pangungusap (buong simuno at payak na simuno, buong panaguri at payak na panaguri);
- Ayos ng pangungusap (karaniwan at di-karaniwang ayos); at
- Tayutay (simili, metapora, at personipikasyon).
You may print and use 5-page pdf file to review your sixth grade students or children for their Filipino exam, but please do not distribute this file for profit.
In my endeavor to help my daughter learn about Philippine history, I came across the Seryeng Batang Historyador, a set of five books published by Adarna House. I bought all the books of the series from National Book Store (each book costs PhP 75).
For the first book Si Diwayen, Noong Bago Dumating ang mga Espanyol, I’ve prepared a set of questions about the story, a list of vocabulary words, and a worksheet on these words. Although the story has an English translation, you may want to keep the vocabulary list handy as you read the story with your child.
I’ve written a short essay on the life of Ninoy Aquino and made worksheets based on the essay. The worksheets are appropriate for fifth grade students.
1. This pdf file is the 2-page essay on Ninoy: Si Ninoy
2. Si Ninoy Worksheets : This first two pages of this pdf file is the same essay with several numbered sentences intended for the second of three worksheets.
The first worksheet (15 items) asks the student to answer whether a given statement about Ninoy is tama (correct) or mali (incorrect).
The second worksheet (15 items) refers to the underlined portions of the numbered sentences in the essay. The student is asked to determine whether the underlined portion is a parirala (phrase), sugnay (clause), or pangungusap (sentence).
The third worksheet (10 items) asks the student to underline the simuno/paksa (subject) or panaguri (predicate) of a sentence.
Happy Mother’s Day to all nanays, inays, inas, mamas, moms, and mommies!
Each of the three 15-item worksheets below asks the student to write the letter S on the blank before the number if the sentence contains a simili (simile) or the letter M if the sentence contains a metapora (metaphor). The second page of each pdf file is the answer key.
I made these worksheets for my daughter who is in sixth grade. You may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit.
The two pdf worksheets below are about writing Filipino sentences with the correct punctuation. The following are the punctuation marks included in these worksheets:
- tuldok (period)
- kuwit (comma)
- tandang pananong (question mark)
- tandang pandamdam (exclamation point)
- gitling (hyphen)
- kudlit (apostrophe)
- panipi (quotation marks)
- tutuldok (colon)
The answer keys are in the same file as the worksheets. You may print and distribute these worksheets to your students or children, but please do not do so for profit.
Paggamit ng Wastong Bantas_1: This 2-page worksheet has 20 items. The student is asked to rewrite the sentence on the blank with the appropriate punctuation marks.
Paggamit ng Wastong Bantas_2: The 2-page worksheet is a letter (by a grandmother to her granddaughter) with blanks where the punctuation marks should be. The student is asked to fill in the blanks with the appropriate punctuation marks to complete the letter.
In a previous post (Mga Prutas), I posted lesson sheets and mini-flashcards about several fruits. I added six more fruits to these lesson sheets and mini-flashcards. The thumbnails of the new pages are shown below.
All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute the sheets of the pdf files in this post to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit.
Last year I posted a Filipino version of the Feelings Chart (see it here). Except for the illustration for tired (pagod), I used the same illustrations to make flashcards for teachers and parents. These may be cut and pasted on pieces of cardboard or cartolina, and shown to a small group of preschoolers or first graders. The flashcards may also be used to make a booklet. Click on the link below to open the 7-page pdf file with the feelings flashcards.
(Click this file for the English version: Feelings_flashcards)
All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students, but you may not distribute the files or its printed pages for profit. The thumbnails for the two files are shown below. You may also click on the thumbnails to open the files.
Please leave a comment if you need a different version of these flashcards. For example, you may want flashcards with just the illustrations and without labels.