Assorted Preschool Filipino Worksheets

Below are the thumbnails to four preschool or first grade Filipino worksheets. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. Click on the thumbnail to open the pdf file.

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

1. The 2-page worksheet below asks the child to count the objects and circle the correct number of the objects.

Pagbilang_2p1

Pagbilang_2p2

2.  This worksheet asks the child to write the number word to complete the description of each picture.

Mga Salitang Pamilang_1p1

Mga Salitang Pamilang_1p2

3. This worksheet asks the child to write a sentence with a verb to describe what the lion is doing in each picture.

Pagsulat ng Pandiwa_4

4. This word search asks the child to search for the animal words in the puzzle.

Mga Hayop Word Search_1

The pdf file below is not a worksheet. It has the lyrics of the song “Sampung Mga Daliri.”

Sampung mga Daliri

Pandiwa Worksheets (Part 4)

The five pdf worksheets below are about identifying Filipino verbs (mga pandiwa) and their tenses. These worksheets are appropriate for first and second grade students.

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

1. Pagkilala sa Pandiwa_8 ; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Pandiwa_8 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to draw a box around the Filipino verb (salitang kilos/pandiwa) in the sentence.

2. Pagkilala sa Pandiwa_9 ; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Pandiwa_9 : This worksheets asks the student to color the boxes with Filipino verbs.

3. Aspekto ng Salitang Kilos o Pandiwa_9 ; Mga sagot sa Aspekto ng Salitang Kilos o Pandiwa_9 : This worksheet asks the student to classify verbs according to their tenses. The student is asked to identify the verbs in the past tense (salitang kilos na ginawa na), present tense (salitang kilos na ginagawa pa), or future tense (salitang kilos na gagawin pa lang).

The two 15-item worksheets below ask the student to underline the Filipino verb in the sentence, then identify its tense (ginawa na, ginagawa pa, o gagawin pa lang).

4. Aspekto ng Salitang Kilos o Pandiwa_10 ; Mga sagot sa Aspekto ng Salitang Kilos o Pandiwa_10

5. Aspekto ng Salitang Kilos o Pandiwa_11 ; Mga sagot sa Aspekto ng Salitang Kilos o Pandiwa_11

Pangungusap Worksheets (Part 4)

The eight worksheets below are about Filipino sentences (mga pangungusap). These worksheets are appropriate for first grade students.

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

The two 15-item worksheets below ask the student to tell whether the group of words is a sentence or not.

1. Pangungusap o Hindi_3 ; Mga sagot sa Pangungusap o Hindi_3

2. Pangungusap o Hindi_2 ; Mga sagot sa Pangungusap o Hindi_2

The two 15-item worksheets below ask the student to classify a sentence according to its use. The student is asked to tell whether a sentence is declarative (pasalaysay), interrogative (patanong), exclamatory (padamdam), imperative (pautos), or pakiusap (request).

3. Uri ng Pangungusap_4 ; Mga sagot sa Uri ng Pangungusap_4

4. Uri ng Pangungusap_5 ; Mga sagot sa Uri ng Pangungusap_5

5. Pagsulat ng Pangungusap_1 : This 10-item worksheet has two parts. The first part asks the student to change declarative sentences (pangungusap na pasalaysay) to interrogative sentences (pangungusap na patanong). The second part asks the student to change imperative sentences (pangungusap na pautos) into pakiusap sentences (requests).

The three worksheets below ask the student to answer Ano, Sino, Bakit, and Kailan questions with complete sentences.

6. Pagsagot sa mga Tanong_1

7. Pagsagot sa mga Tanong_2

8. Pagsagot sa mga Tanong_3

Mga Bahagi ng Katawan Worksheets (Part 2)

Below are the thumbnails of a 5-page pdf file. The file has four worksheets and an answer key. The illustration is by samutsamot_mom. I used a new drawing of a girl. The previous worksheets showed a boy. Except for one body part (the armpit), all parts are the same as those in the previous worksheets I posted.

Feel free to use these worksheets for your students and children. Please do not distribute these worksheets for profit.

The link to the pdf file is provided below the thumbnails.

MBK_G1

MBK_G2

MBK_G3

MBK_G4

MBK_GSagot

Mga Bahagi ng Katawan_babae

If you would like to make your own worksheet using the illustration of the girl, you may click the thumbnail below. When the illustration appears, place your mouse over it, right click, and select “Save Image As..” Please do not make worksheets with this illustration and distribute them for profit.

potb_girl

Panghalip na Panao Worksheets (Part 4)

The four pdf worksheets below are about Filipino personal pronouns (mga panghalip na panao).

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

1.  The thumbnail below is the link to a panghalip na panao word search. The students are asked to search for 23 Filipino personal pronouns. The illustration is by samusamot_mom. Click the following link for the answer key: Mga sagot sa Panghalip Word Search_1 .
Panghalip Word Search_1

2. Pagbigay ng Tamang Panghalip na Panao_3 ; Mga sagot sa Pagbigay ng Tamang Panghalip na Panao_3 : This 12-item worksheet asks the student to write the appropriate panghalip na panao to complete the sentence. The pronouns used here are ako, ikaw, siya, kami, kayo, and sila. This worksheet is appropriate for first grade students.

3.  Pagbigay ng Tamang Panghalip na Panao_2Mga sagot sa Pagbigay ng Tamang Panghalip na Panao_2 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to write the appropriate panghalip na panao to complete the sentence.

4. Kailanan at Panauhan ng Panghalip na Panao_1Mga sagot sa Kailanan at Panauhan ng Panghalip na Panao_1 : This 12-item worksheet asks the student to determine the grammatical number (kailanan) and grammatical person (panauhan) of the underlined panghalip na panao.

The kailanan of a panghalip na panao is one of three: isahan (singular), dalawahan (dual), or maramihan (plural).

The panauhan of a panghalip na panao is one of three: unang panauhan (first person, referring to the speaker/speakers), ikalawang panauhan (second person, referring to the person/persons spoken to), or ikatlong panauhan (third person, referring to the person/persons spoken of or about).

I included only two dual first-person personal pronouns: kita and kata.

Although the word kita is commonly thought of as being equivalent to the English personal pronoun you, the UP Diksiyonaryong Filipino defines it as the shorter version of “ko ikaw.” This implies that kita refers to two people, the speaker and the person being spoken to.

Consider the sentence “Iniibig kita.” It may be rephrased as “Iniibig ko ikaw” (a sentence with the form [verb] ko ikaw). The word kita takes the place of two other pronouns ko and ikaw.

In other dialects such as Tagalog and Bikol, kita is equivalent to “you and I.”

The word kata is defined as “tayong dalawa” or “ikaw at ako” (you and I, the two of us, or we). The two examples below are from Vicassan’s Pilipino-English Dictionary:

Kata’y pupunta roon. (We shall go there.)

Pumunta kata roon. (Let us go there.)

Although ikaw (you) is a second-person pronoun, both kita and kata are commonly characterized as being first-person pronouns.

The words kanita and nita are personal pronouns that indicate possession. They are not included in the last worksheet. Of the four pronouns mentioned, only kita is commonly used in Filipino.

How do you feel today? (Filipino version)

This post is dedicated to Liza and Shelah, two teachers in Sweden.  Hej!

The 2-page pdf file below provides two charts that allow the student to choose how she or he feels today. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may distribute these charts to your students and children, but please do not do so for profit.

The first page shows a chart asking “Ano ang nararamdaman mo ngayon?” A thumbnail is shown below.

Feelings_1

The second page  shows a chart asking “How do you feel today?” A thumbnail is shown below.

Feelings_2

Click on either thumbnail above to open the pdf file.

I was unsure on how to translate the question to Filipino. I could not use “Ano ang pakiramdam mo ngayon?” because the word pakiramdam refers to how one feels physically.

If you have a better Filipino translation for the question “How do you feel today?”, please leave a comment. If you would like to suggest better descriptions of what I wrote on the charts, please leave a comment. If you would like to add more emotions (emotions you think your students may be feeling), you know what to do.

Pang-uri Worksheets (Part 6)

The four pdf worksheets below are about Filipino adjectives (mga pang-uri) that make up synonym or antonym pairs.

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

The two 15-item worksheets below ask the student to identify the adjective with a meaning opposite that of a given adjective.

1.  Mga Pang-uring Magkasalungat_2 ; Mga sagot sa Mga Pang-uring Magkasalungat_2

2.  Mga Pang-uring Magkasalungat_3 ; Mga sagot sa Mga Pang-uring Magkasalungat_3

The two 25-item worksheets below ask the student to tell whether a pair of adjectives make up a synonym pair or an antonym pair.

3.  Mga Pang-uring Magkasingkahulugan o Magkasalungat_3 ; Mga sagot sa Mga Pang-uring Magkasingkahulugan o Magkasalungat_3

4.  Mga Pang-uring Magkasingkahulugan o Magkasalungat_4 ; Mga sagot sa Mga Pang-uring Magkasingkahulugan o Magkasalungat_4

Mga Bahagi ng Aklat

Below is the link to a pdf file about the different parts of a book (Mga Bahagi ng Aklat).  This is a 3-page article describing the different parts of a book in Filipino. You may print and distribute this document to others, but please do not do so for profit.

Mga Bahagi ng Aklat

The worksheet Pagtukoy sa Mga Bahagi ng Aklat_1 asks the student to choose a book and answer some questions about its different parts.

Talaan ng mga Pang-uri

I like making lists. I’ve been working on one for the past few days. I hope that you find it useful.

At the end of this post is the link to a pdf file that lists Filipino adjectives (mga pang-uri) and their English definitions. It has fourteen pages. Each page has two columns. I did not include number words that may be used as adjectives, such as isa, dalawa, tatlo, etc. I also did not include the numerous adjectives that are made by adding an affix (panlapi) to a Filipino root word, although many words in this list have affixes.

Some adjectives have two definitions. The two definitions are separated by a semicolon (;).

The adjectives in this list are alphabetically arranged according to the Filipino alphabet. If you have an English adjective and would like to see its Filipino translation, you may search the file using Adobe Reader’s Find tool in its Edit menu (click Edit, then Find). You may also press Ctrl+F on your keyboard. A small window will pop up where you can type the English adjective. You can use the arrow buttons on this small window or press F3 to continue searching the rest of the document for the adjective.

I use two online dictionaries that you may find useful when searching for the English definitions of Filipino words. The first one is tagalog.pinoydictionary.com. Many Filipino words are based on the Tagalog dialect. In its Search window, you type the Filipino/Tagalog word and click Search or press Enter on the keyboard. The word’s definition in English will appear, along with other affixed or compound words that have the word you typed. You may also type an English word in the Search window and the Tagalog word with the same definition will appear.

Notice that the English alphabet appears below the Search window. Clicking a letter will list the Tagalog words that begin with that letter. Also notice that the same website has a link to a Cebuano dictionary (cebuano.pinoydictionary.com).

The second website (which I use often) is translate.google.com. It lets you translate words from Filipino to English, and from English to Filipino. You have to select what language you would like to translate from (left window) and what language you would like to translate to (right window). Other languages are available, too.

When you type a Filipino word on the left window, it will show the English translation on the right window. A list of Filipino and English synonyms will also appear on the right.

I hope you can try out the two websites I mentioned above.

Here’s the list of Filipino adjectives:  Talaan ng mga Pang-uri.

You are free to distribute this list to your friends, co-teachers, classmates, other parents, etc., but please do not do so for profit.

Pang-uri Worksheets (Part 5)

The six pdf worksheets below are about Filipino adjectives (mga pang-uri). They are appropriate for primary grade students.

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

The two 15-item worksheets below ask the student to circle the adjective in each sentence.

1. Pagkilala sa Pang-uri_3 ; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Pang-uri_3

2. Pagkilala sa Pang-uri_4 ; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Pang-uri_4

The worksheet below asks the student to draw a line from the adjective to the picture of the noun that the adjective describes. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom.

3. Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_5 ; Mga sagot sa Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_5

The two worksheets below ask the student to match a noun with the correct adjective. The student is also asked to write a sentence using a noun-adjective pair.

4. Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_3 ; Mga sagot sa Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_3

5. Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_4 ; Mga sagot sa Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_4

The worksheet below asks the student to circle the adjective that is the opposite of the first one.

6. Mga Pang-uring Magkasalungat_1 ; Mga sagot sa Mga Pang-uring Magkasalungat_1