Tula: Maglaro Tayo!

Here’s a Filipino poem I wrote about games Filipino children play. And I don’t mean digital games. Feel free to use it in any way you want for your students. You can ask them to memorize the poem, present a choral poetry performance, or maybe use it in a skit. Or you can simply post it on your bulletin board for your students to read.

The image below is the first part of the poem. The poem has two pages. I also provided another page where you can find the entire poem.

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The clip art images used in this product are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse and Kari Bolt. Click on the link below, not the image, to open the PDF file in a new tab.

Tula: Maglaro Tayo

 

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Magbasa Tayo!: Ang Utos ni Nanay

This is another installment to the set of Magbasa Tayo! worksheets. It includes a short story, several multiple-choice questions about the story, and a short-answer question. The short story and questions are in Filipino. I did not indicated the grade level because it would be best for you to judge whether the story is appropriate for your child’s (or student’s) reading level.

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Ang Utos ni Nanay

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Mga Ordinal Worksheets

The two sets of worksheets below are about the Filipino words for the ordinal numbers from first (una) to tenth (pansampu/ikasampu).

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UPDATE: Someone commented that the PDF file below has no instructions on where to start counting (from the left or from the right).

Mga Ordinal_1

So I have edited the worksheets to include the phrase “mula sa kaliwa” or “mula sa kanan” in the instructions. (Thanks, Hysper!)

Mga Ordinal_1_kanan_kaliwa

In the worksheets below, students are asked to answer questions about the ordinal position of animals and students in a line. Click on the link below, not the images, to open the PDF file in a new tab.

Mga Ordinal_2