This post is dedicated to the Filipino children in Sweden because one of their teachers requested for them. (Hi, Shelah!)
The lesson sheets and worksheets in this post are about the names for the members of a Filipino nuclear family and extended family. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. The names of the characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
You may print and distribute these lesson sheets and worksheets to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit.
If you would like to request a worksheet (or have an idea for a worksheet) using the illustrations shown in this post, feel free to leave a comment.
The 4-page pdf file below shows illustrations of a family and the names used for the members of a Filipino family. Thumbnails of the pages are shown below. The names included in the nuclear family are tatay, nanay, kuya, ate, diko (second eldest brother), ditse (second eldest sister), and bunso. Another page illustrates the nuclear family with the grandparents lolo and lola.
Worksheet pages have blanks instead of labels and the student is asked to fill in the blanks. Click the link below to open the pdf file.
The next 4-page pdf file introduces the members of a typical Filipino nuclear family and the members of the extended family. The extended family includes the grandfather (lolo), the grandmother (lola), an uncle (tito), an aunt (tita), and cousins (mga pinsan).
Key words in the introductions are printed in bold. After the introduction is made, the student is asked to answer questions about his or her own family and extended family.
Thumbnails of the pages are shown below. Click the link below to open the pdf file.