In a previous post (Mga Prutas), I posted lesson sheets and mini-flashcards about several fruits. I added six more fruits to these lesson sheets and mini-flashcards. The thumbnails of the new pages are shown below.
All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute the sheets of the pdf files in this post to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit.
Here are the two pdf files with the additional pages: Mga Prutas , Mga Prutas_flashcards. In addition, I made three matching worksheets (Itambal ang mga Prutas).
Last year I posted a Filipino version of the Feelings Chart (see it here). Except for the illustration for tired (pagod), I used the same illustrations to make flashcards for teachers and parents. These may be cut and pasted on pieces of cardboard or cartolina, and shown to a small group of preschoolers or first graders. The flashcards may also be used to make a booklet. Click on the link below to open the 7-page pdf file with the feelings flashcards.
(Click this file for the English version: Feelings_flashcards)
All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students, but you may not distribute the files or its printed pages for profit. The thumbnails for the two files are shown below. You may also click on the thumbnails to open the files.
Please leave a comment if you need a different version of these flashcards. For example, you may want flashcards with just the illustrations and without labels.
The pdf file below is about the Filipino words for several fruits. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students. You may not do so for profit. Click on the link below to open the file.
The first two pages has illustrations of fruits and they are labeled.
The third page is a coloring page. The student/child is asked to name the fruits and color the illustrations.
The last page is a worksheet that asks the student/child to circle the correct Filipino name for the fruit.
The pdf file below is a set of mini-flashcards with illustrations of several fruits. Click on the link below to open the file.
In the first two pages, the fruits are labeled with their Filipino names and their English translations.
In the next two pages, the student/child traces the Filipino name under the illustration of the fruit.
These mini-flashcards may be cut, stapled, and made into a small booklet.
I’m hoping to add other fruits in the future. Please suggest a fruit or fruits to be added to future lesson sheets, worksheets, or mini-flashcards by leaving a comment.
Recently, I received a request for worksheets on things that begin with the letters of the Filipino alphabet. For example, a worksheet on the letter A would have illustrations of things that begin with A (aso, atis, anak, araw, etc.). Instead of introducing Filipino words according to their first letters, I thought it would be better to introduce words for related things.
The pdf file below has three pages (thumbnails are shown below). The first two pages have illustrations of things used for keeping our bodies clean. The objects are labeled. Some things like shampoo and toothpaste have no direct Filipino translations (syampu and tutpeyst are listed as pronunciations, not as actual words in the UP Diksiyonaryong Filipino). The last page is a worksheet that asks the child to color the things that are used to keeping the body clean.
All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit.
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I’ll be making similar worksheets for preschoolers. If you have any suggestions for a group or set of things, please leave a comment.