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.
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.
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.
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.
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Hello Maam Good Day!, Can I use your worksheet?
Yes, but not for profit.
thank you so much po…malaking tulong po ito… God bless you more!!
Ano po ang tunog daga?
I don’t know but mice squeak.
Pano po yung tunog ng elepante?
Elephants trumpet but they also makes all sorts of sounds. They can make squeaky, chirpy, and rumbling noises. According to this link (http://www.eleceng.adelaide.edu.au/Personal/dabbott/animal.html), the sound an elephant makes in English is “Baraag”. But I don’t know if that is true. I hope this helps.
thank you for this, a big help for my nursery kid
thank you for this…a great help indeed i will no longer draw/make a worksheet for my grade 1 daughter. It saved my time…God Bless
You’re welcome, Catherine!
Thanks. I use this with my child 🙂
may mga tunog po ba kayo ng sasakyan?
I’m sorry, Eleonor but I don’t have worksheets on that topic.
thank you so much malaking tulomg po ito sa akin more activities for kinder and grade 1
it really helped me thank you.
thank you Pia!:) These are GREAT!:)