“Ang Aking Pamilya” Booklet

Here’s an activity children can do at home and share their work in school. The pdf file below makes a booklet about one’s family members. This activity aims to encourage the child to spend some time getting to know his/her family members better. The child is asked to interview his/her family members so he/she can fill up the information in the booklet (in Filipino). The child will fill up or ask the following information about each family member: Full name (Buong pangalan) The name the child uses to call the family member (Ang tawag ko sa kanya) Birthday and age (Kaarawan at edad) Hobbies (Mga hilig) Favorite food (Paboritong pagkain) Favorite place to go to (Paboritong lugar na puntahan) Special talent or knowledge, or most important achievement (Espesyal na talent o talino, o pinakamahalagang nagawa) There is a frame at the top of the page in which a photo of…

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Filipino Family Tree Activity Sheet

I was inspired to make this activity sheet by a reader of this blog (Hi, Jean!) who asked if I had worksheets on the topic “Family Tree.” The pdf file below is a Filipino family tree with frames where the child can glue photos of his or her family members. The child may also draw the family members. The space beneath each frame is for the name of the family member. Additional frames are provided so the child can extend his “family tree” to include additional siblings, uncles, aunts, cousins, and even pets. For an extended family tree, additional sheets may be taped on either side of the activity sheet. The tree clipart is from openclipart.org. You may download and print these activity sheets for your children or students, but you may not do so for profit or commercial purposes. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open…

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