Mga Bahagi ng Katawan (NEW)

(New 2019 update at the end of this post.)

I recently purchased a clip art set from one of my favorite illustrators and I couldn’t wait to create teaching sheets using the cute clip art images. The illustrations are by Kari Bolt. Check out her store on Teachers Pay Teachers.

The PDF file below has teaching sheets for the parts of the body. The front and back parts of the body are labeled. The labels are in Filipino. There is a girl version and a boy version of the lesson sheets. The parts of the face, arms, hands, and legs are also included.

I also made a version where I placed the English translations under the Filipino labels.

Click on the links below, not the screenshots of the file, to open each PDF file in another tab.

These PDF files available for free, so the least you can do in return is to follow these terms:

  • The PDF files are for personal and classroom use ONLY.
  • You may print and distribute the PDF files to your children or students.
  • You MAY NOT print and distribute the PDF files for profit or use it for any commercial purpose.
  • You MAY NOT upload the PDF files or any part of it in any other website such as (but not limited to) Scribd or SlideShare, or cloud storage sites such as (but not limited to) Google Drive or Dropbox.

Bahagi ng Katawan_2 (labels in Filipino)

Bahagi ng Katawan Filipino-English (labels in Filipino with English translations)

Below are the screenshots of the teaching sheets.

If you would like me to customize the teaching sheets for you (use another Filipino language or add/remove certain labels to simplify them), leave a comment below. Happy teaching!

UPDATE (September 22, 2019)

I was informed by one of the blog’s followers (Thank you, Riezl.) that the word Filipino word binti may also be used for the calf, the back portion of the lower leg. The word butik is a Tagalog word. So, I made a different version of the file above using binti instead of butik. The link to the file is below. Unfortunately, I have yet to find and edit the file with English translations.

This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. Izi

    Hi, Ms. Pia. Thank God that I saw your page from pinterest.
    I was really looking for a page that has free materials for grade school students so that I can use to personally teach my nephews who are already 8-10 years old but still don’t know how to write the basic alphabet. Thank you for doing all of these. Hulog ka po ng langit.

    1. samutsamotmom

      You’re welcome!

  2. Keren

    Thank you for sharing your resources!

  3. riezlcc

    A worksheet for this would be really helpful! Thanks in advance!


        Thank you, Mam Pia. I just have a quick question. Why do you call calf, “butik”? I think most of us, in our family at least, use the word “binti”. And that’s what I’ve been teaching my kids and students. Is “butik” the proper Filipino word for it?

        1. samutsamotmom

          You’re right, Riezl. The word Filipino binti may also be used for the calf, as well as for the lower leg. The word butik is a Tagalog word. I’ve posted a new version at the end of the post with the correction. Thanks!

  4. Lee

    I’m really very happy with your website. Can’t thank you enough for all the materials!

  5. cheryll

    Thank you very much!

  6. Ruel Labaja

    Thank you very much!

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