The three pdf worksheets below ask the student to identify the Filipino verb (pandiwa) being described. The student is asked to choose from a list of Filipino verbs. Each worksheet has 15 items. The second page of each file is the answer key. You may print and distribute these worksheets to your students or children, but please do not distribute these for profit. 1. Pagtukoy sa Pandiwang Inilalarawan_1 2. Pagtukoy sa Pandiwang Inilalarawan_2 3. Pagtukoy sa Pandiwang Inilalarawan_3
Below is the link to a 16-page pdf file that alphabetically lists around 400 Filipino verbs (mga pandiwa) in different grammatical tenses. It is best to download and save the file first, and open it with the Adobe Acrobat Reader if you want to print a portion of the file or the entire file.
In a previous post, I posted a list of Filipino synonym pairs and a list of Filipino antonym pairs. I added more Filipino antonym pairs. The new list has 138 Filipino antonym pairs. The list also has an English translation. Click the link below to open the 4-page pdf file. Filipino Antonym Pairs
In a previous post, I posted a list of Filipino synonym pairs and a list of Filipino antonym pairs. The previous list of Filipino synonyms pairs had 280 word pairs. I made a new list with 440 Filipino synonym pairs. Click the link below to open the 6-page pdf file. Filipino Synonym Pairs
Below is the link to a pdf file with two activity sheets. Patinig at Katinig In the first activity sheet, the child is asked to color the flowers with patinig (Filipino vowels). In the second activity sheet, the child is asked to color the small flags on buntings with katinig (Filipino consonants). Below is a connect-the-dots activity sheet that asks the child to connect the dots from 1 to 20. Ikabit ang mga Tuldok_1 You may print and distribute these activity sheets to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit.