Preschool Alpabeto Worksheets (Part 1)

The thumbnails below are links to a few preschool worksheets on writing the Filipino alphabet. The Filipino alphabet has 28 letters. It has the 26 letters of the English alphabet plus the two letters ñ (pronounced as “enye,” with both e’s having the short vowel sound as in the word hen) and ng. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom.

Feel free to download, save, print, and distribute the worksheets for your children or students, but please do not copy or distribute them for profit.

1.  The worksheet below asks the student to write the missing uppercase letters of the Filipino alphabet.

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2.  The worksheet below asks the student to write the uppercase letters of the Filipino alphabet.

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3.  The 2-page worksheet below asks the student to write the lowercase letters of the Filipino alphabet. It also asks the student to color the windows with vowels (mga patinig) yellow and those with consonants (mga katinig) green.

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4.  The worksheet below asks the student to write the lowercase letters of the Filipino alphabet.

5.  The two worksheets below asks the student to write the missing vowels (mga patinig) to complete the Filipino word for the object shown.

6.  The worksheet below asks the student to write the missing consonants (mga katinig) to complete the Filipino word for the object shown.

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11 thoughts on “Preschool Alpabeto Worksheets (Part 1)

  1. good evening! 😀 thanks you so much for the worksheets. It helped me a lot more easier.
    One favor please!
    List down sample word for payak, maylapi, inu ulit ulit, tambalan. Thanks a lot 🙂 god blesa

    • Hello, Jester! Please type the search terms payak, inuulit, tambalan, o tambalang salita in the search box. There are worksheets in these posts on the “kayarian ng pangngalan” and “kayarian ng pang-uri.” Thanks!

  2. .,, salamat po s mga worksheet its really a GREAT help,, specially for me,., Im a grade 1 teacher.,. 😀

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