Someone recently requested for worksheets on pang-abay (adverb in Filipino) for Grade 1 students. I looked at a couple of Filipino textbooks and found that the word pang-abay is not introduced in Grade 1 (correct me if I’m mistaken). The terms salitang panlunan and salitang pamanahon are used to indicate adverbs of place and adverbs of time, respectively.
I made three worksheets on salitang panlunan and salitang pamanahon. The links to the PDF files are below. I also made a worksheet on identifying adverbs in a sentence (bilugan ang pang-abay).
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Here are the links to the worksheets:
Bilugan ang Pang-abay
The tale “This is the House That Jack Built” is a nursery rhyme that is described to be a cumulative tale or a chain tale in which the lines are repeated as the tale progresses. I made a similar tale in Filipino (link to the PDF file below), adapted from “This is the House That Jack Built.” I also made three worksheets about the Filipino tale I wrote.
If you have any suggestions on how to make the tale better, please leave a comment below.
I drew some of the illustrations in the PDF file. Others were downloaded from openclipart.org. The PDF file also features clip art by Kari Bolt. Check out her online store by clicking the link below:
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Ang Bahay na Gawa ni Lucas