Mga Tunog ng Hayop Worksheets

This post is dedicated to Katrina because she requested for worksheets on animal sounds (mga huni o tunog ng hayop) in Filipino.

Feel free to download, save, print, photocopy, and distribute them to your students or children. Please do not copy any part of any of the worksheets and/or distribute them for profit. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom.

All worksheets use the same animal illustrations: cat/pusa, dog/aso, rooster/tandang, hen/inahin, frog/palaka, bee/bubuyog, bird/ibon, cow/baka, water buffalo/kalabaw, duck/pato, goat/kambing, pig/baboy, and snake/ahas.

According to the latest edition of the UP Diksyonaryong Filipino, unga is the sound of a kalabaw, baka and similar animals. In the worksheets posted here, both the kalabaw and baka make the sound unga.

Note that different Filipino elementary textbooks may have different sounds for some of the animals. For example, a dog’s bark may be baw-waw instead of aw-aw, and a cat’s meow may be miyaw instead of ngiyaw. A rooster’s crow may also be ko-ko-rokok.

1.  The 2-page worksheet below asks the student to trace the words that represent the sounds that different animals make. The left thumbnail opens the pdf file. When the file opens, you’ll be able to see the first page. Scroll down to see the second page.

Isulat ang Tunog ng Hayop_1p1  Isulat ang Tunog ng Hayop_1p2

2.  The 2-page worksheet below asks the student to select from a given set the word that represents the sound that an animal makes. The left thumbnail opens the pdf file.

Isulat ang Tunog ng Hayop_2p1  Isulat ang Tunog ng Hayop_2p2

3.  The 2-page worksheet below asks the student to circle the word that represents the sound that an animal makes. The left thumbnail opens the pdf file.

Bilugan ang Tunog ng Hayop_1p1  Bilugan ang Tunog ng Hayop_1p2

4.  The 2-page worksheet below asks the student to draw a line from the animal to its matching sound. The left thumbnail opens the pdf file.

Itambal ang Hayop at Tunog Nito_1p1  Itambal ang Hayop at Tunog Nito_1p2

Mga Bilang 1 Hanggang 20 Worksheets

This post is dedicated to Ledy because she asked for these worksheets.

The pdf worksheets below are about Filipino numbers (mga bilang o pamilang) from 1 to 20.

Feel free to download, save, print, photocopy, and distribute them to your students or children. Please do not copy any part of any of the worksheets and/or distribute them for profit.

For the numbers 11 to 19, the following rules apply:

  1. The prefix labing is added to the number names 1 to 9.
  2. For numbers with names that begin with vowels, a hyphen (gitling) is used to separate the prefix from the number. For example, the name for the number 4 is apat which begins with the vowel a. The name of 14 is therefore labing-apat. This hyphen is used so to indicate that the letter ng in labing- does not join the beginning vowel of the second word apat to form the syllable nga. The word labing-apat is sylllabicated as la-bing-a-pat, not la-bi-nga-pat.
  3. For numbers with names that begin with b or p, the letter ng in labing- is changed to m to make the prefix labim. For example, the number 7 or pito begins with a p. The name of 17 is therefore labimpito. Note that there is no hyphen because pito does not begin with a vowel.
  4. For numbers with names that begin with d, l, r, s, or t, the letter ng in labing- is changed to n (or the g is dropped) to make the prefix labin. For example, the number 5 or lima begins with a l. The name of 15 is therefore labinlima. Note that there is no hyphen because lima does not begin with a vowel.

The 2-page worksheet below asks the student to trace the names of the numbers from 1 to 20. Both thumbnails are links to the same 2-page pdf file. When the pdf file opens, you’ll see the first page (1-10). Scroll down to see the second page (11-20).

Isulat ang Pangalan ng mga Bilang_1p1   Isulat ang Pangalan ng mga Bilang_1p2

The 2-page worksheet below asks the student to write the names of the numbers from 1 to 20. Both thumbnails are links to the same 2-page pdf file.

Isulat ang Pangalan ng mga Bilang_2p1   Isulat ang Pangalan ng mga Bilang_2p2

The 1-page worksheet below asks the student to write the number names on the blanks. The numbers are not arranged from least to greatest.

Isulat ang Pangalan ng mga Bilang_3

The 2-page worksheet below asks the student to draw a line from the number on the left to its name on the right. Both thumbnails are links to the same 2-page pdf file. When the pdf file opens, you’ll see the first page (1-10). Scroll down to see the second page (11-20).

Itambal ang Bilang sa Pangalan Nito_1p1   Itambal ang Bilang sa Pangalan Nito_1p2

Editable Versions of Mga Bahagi ng Katawan/Parts of the Body Worksheets

I noticed that many of my visitors are using the Mga Bahagi ng Katawan and Parts of the Body worksheets, so I decided to post the editable versions of them. Below are the links to the PowerPoint files of these worksheets. I saved the files with a .ppt extension  so that they can be opened with an older version of PowerPoint (97-2003). I posted this so that you can edit the worksheet according to your needs.

Mga Bahagi ng Katawan_1

Mga Bahagi ng Katawan_3

Parts of the Body_1

Parts of the Body_3

The thumbnail below is the link to the .png illustration of the boy’s body in the worksheets above in case you want to make your own worksheet or test question using the image. When the image appears, just right-click on it and select “Copy Image” or “Save Image As…”.

boy_thumbnail

Pangngalan Worksheets (Part 3)

The four pdf worksheets and their answer keys below are about Filipino nouns or pangngalan. They are appropriate for primary graders. Feel free to download, save, print, and distribute them to your children or students (or other parents or teachers). Please do not copy any part of the worksheets posted here and/or distribute them for profit.

1.   Pangngalang Tiyak o Di-tiyak_1 ; Mga sagot sa Pangngalang Tiyak o Di-tiyak_1 : This 20-item worksheet asks the students to determine whether the underlined noun in the sentence is a common noun (pangngalang di-tiyak o pangngalang pambalana) or a proper noun (pangngalang tiyak o pangngalang pantangi).

2.  Pangngalang Tiyak o Di-tiyak_2Mga sagot sa Pangngalang Tiyak o Di-tiyak_2 :  This 20-item worksheet asks the student to classify the given nouns into common nouns or proper nouns.

3.  Pantangi at Pambalana_5Mga sagot sa Pantangi at Pambalana_5 :  This 20-item worksheet asks the student to match the common noun to its corresponding proper noun.

4.  Piliin ang Tamang Pangngalan_1Mga sagot sa Piliin ang Tamang Pangngalan_1 :  This 15-item worksheet asks the student to select the correct noun that will complete a sentence.

Pangngalan Worksheets (Part 2)

The seven pdf worksheets below are about Filipino nouns or pangngalan. They are appropriate for first or second graders. Feel free to download, save, print, and distribute them to your children or students (or other parents or teachers). Please do not copy any part of the worksheets posted here and/or distribute them for profit.

The two worksheets below ask the student to write the given noun inside the box with the correct noun category: person, animal, thing, or place (tao, hayop, bagay, o lugar o pook).

Mga Kategorya ng Pangngalan_1 Mga Kategorya ng Pangngalan_2

The two 15-item worksheets below ask the student to identify the noun category to which the underlined noun in the sentence belongs.

Kategorya ng Pangngalan_1

Kategorya ng Pangngalan_2

The two worksheets below have 15 items each. Given four nouns in each item, the student is asked to identify which noun belongs to a different category.

Tukuyin ang Naiibang Pangngalan_1

Tukuyin ang Naiibang Pangngalan_2

The worksheet below has 15 items. Given four words in each item, the student is asked to identify the word that is not a noun.

Tukuyin ang Salitang Hindi Pangngalan_1

Click here for other pangngalan worksheets for other (older) students. You may also enter pangngalan in the Search box of this blog.

Alpabeto at Pantig Worksheets

The worksheets below are for preschool and/or first grade students. All illustrations in the worksheets are by samutsamot_mom. Feel free to download, save, print, and photocopy these worksheets for your children or students. Please do not copy and/or redistribute any part of any of the worksheets posted in this blog for profit.

The three thumbnails below are links to pdf worksheets on the Filipino alphabet. The first two asks the student to copy the letters (uppercase and lowercase) of the Filipino alphabet. The third worksheet asks the student to write the middle letter that goes between two letters of the Filipino alphabet.

Malalaking Titik ng Alpabeto_2 Maliliit na Titik ng Alpabeto_3

Isulat ang Gitnang Titik_1

The three thumbnails below are links to pdf worksheets on Filipino syllables or pantig.  The student is asked to write the missing syllable to complete the word that names the illustration.

Isulat ang Pantig_1 Isulat ang Pantig_2

Isulat ang Pantig_3

Katinig Handwriting Worksheets (W to Z)

The pdf worksheets below are handwriting worksheets on the four Filipino consonants or katinig W, X, Y, and Z. The worksheets have a few illustrated examples of things that begin with the letter or use that particular letter. Click on the thumbnail below to download the worksheet.

Note that for the Y worksheet, the Filipino word for cave is yungib.

All illustrations in this set of worksheets are by samutsamot_mom. Feel free to download, print, and photocopy these worksheets for your students or children. Please do not copy any part of the worksheets and/or distribute them for profit.

Titik W_1 Titik X_1

Titik Y_1 Titik Z_1

Below are the links to the previous posts with the other Filipino alphabet handwriting worksheets.

1. Filipino Vowels/Patinig (A, E, I, O , and U)
2. Filipino Consonants/Katinig (B, C, D, F, and G)
3. Filipino Consonants/Katinig (H, J, K, L, and M)
4. Filipino Consonants/Katinig (N, Ñ, Ng, P, and Q)
5. Filipino Consonants/Katinig (R, S, T, and V)

Katinig Handwriting Worksheets (R to V)

The pdf worksheets below are handwriting worksheets on the four Filipino consonants or katinig R, S, T, and V. The worksheets have a few illustrated examples of things that begin with the letter. Click on the thumbnail below to download the worksheet.

Note that the worksheet V has the word vakul. A vakul is a headgear that is made of abaca fiber. It is worn by the Ivatan people to protect them from the rain and the heat of the sun. The Ivatans are a Filipino ethnolinguistic group living in the Batanes islands of the Philippines.

All illustrations in this set of worksheets are by samutsamot_mom. Feel free to download, print, and photocopy these worksheets for your students or children. Please do not copy any part of the worksheets and/or distribute them for profit.

Titik R_1 Titik S_1

Titik T_1 Titik V_1

Below are the links to the previous posts with the other Filipino alphabet handwriting worksheets.

1.  Filipino Vowels/Patinig (A, E, I, O , and U)
2.  Filipino Consonants/Katinig (B, C, D, F, and G)
3.  Filipino Consonants/Katinig (H, J, K, L, and M)
4.  Filipino Consonants/Katinig (N, Ñ, Ng, P, and Q)

Visit this blog again for the next installment of handwriting worksheets on the Filipino alphabet (letters W, X, Y, and Z).

Katinig Handwriting Worksheets (N to Q)

The pdf worksheets below are handwriting worksheets on the five Filipino consonants or katinig N, Ñ, Ng, P, and Q. The worksheets for N, Ng, and P have a few illustrated examples of things that begin with the letter. The worksheets for Ñ and Q have illustrations of proper nouns that use these letters. Click on the thumbnail below to download the worksheet.

Unless indicated by a website address, all illustrations in this set of worksheets are by samutsamot_mom. Feel free to download, print, and photocopy these worksheets for your students or children. Please do not copy any part of the worksheets and/or distribute them for profit.

Check out previous posts on the five Filipino vowels and the Filipino consonants (here and here). Visit this blog again for the next installment of handwriting worksheets on the Filipino alphabet.

Titik_N Titik_Enye at Ng

Titik_P Titik_Q
 

Katinig Handwriting Worksheets (H to M)

The pdf worksheets below are handwriting worksheets on the five Filipino consonants or katinig H, J, K, L, and M. Each worksheet has a few illustrated examples of things that begin with the letter. Click on the thumbnail below to download the worksheet.

All illustrations in this set of worksheets are by samutsamot_mom. Feel free to download, print, and photocopy these worksheets for your students or children. Please do not copy any part of the worksheets and/or distribute them for profit.

Check out previous posts on the five Filipino vowels and the first five Filipino consonants. Visit this blog again for the next installment of handwriting worksheets on the Filipino alphabet.

Titik_H Titik_J

Titik_K Titik_L

Titik_M