The 3-page pdf file below is a crossword on the grammatical terms in Filipino such as pangngalan, pandiwa, pangungusap, etc. The blank crossword is on the first page. The clues are on the second page. The third page is the crossword with the answers. The pencil illustration is by samutsamot_mom.
This crossword is appropriate for sixth graders. It may serve as a review for the previous topics learned.
You may print the file and distribute it to your students or children, but you may not do so for profit.
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Krusigrama Salitang Pambalarila
The crossword below is completed by writing the Filipino words for the fruits shown. The second page of the file is the answer key. All illustrations were made by samutsamot_mom.
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One of the readers of this blog asked for an English version of the story “Ang Parabula ng mga Posporo” which I posted here.
The original story was actually written by my late mother in English. I translated the story in Filipino and changed it a bit. As requested, I made an English version of the adapted story (The Parable of the Matchsticks). All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom.
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In the each of the five worksheets in the pdf file below, the student is asked to draw a circle around the correct word for the illustration shown. The student chooses among three words. These are the follow-up worksheets after the student practices reading the words in the practice sheets posted here.
You may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit.
The photo for piso is from John Alan Elson (Wikipedia).
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Piliin ang Tamang Salita
Below are two sets of practice sheets for children (or adults) who are beginning to read in Filipino. The two pdf files below have two-syllable Filipino words for students to practice on. The students are asked to read both syllables and combine them to form the Filipino word for the picture shown. There are 12 pages and 72 Filipino words in total.
Some of the images were downloaded from openclipart.org and pixabay.com. The rest are by samutsamot_mom. The photo for piso is from John Alan Elson (Wikipedia).
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Pagbasa ng mga Salita_1
Pagbasa ng mga Salita_2
Here’s a page with four mini-cards that children can color, decorate, cut, and give to their loved ones on Valentine’s Day. The messages are in Filipino. Click on the thumbnail below to open the pdf file in another tab.
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The top left card uses the Sweet Hearts font by Blue Vinyl Fonts. You can get it here.
Happy Valentine’s Day!