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.
The clip art images used in this product are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse and Kari Bolt.
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Thank you for this. I am going to use this po during our reading camp.
thank you very much.the worksheets are very helpful.
Thank you for this! We’re Cebuanos and I had a hard time teaching my kid speaking and understanding Filipino.. this would help me a lot!
Hi, I can’t seem to find the pdf file link. I used our desk top and my smart phone, but I can’t find it. Hope someone can direct me to the pdf link of this story. Thank you in advance. And thank you samu’t sari for all the filipino worksheets. It’s a great tool in my son’s homeschooling. God bless.
Hi, the PDF link is right after the second paragraph. Click the link “Ang Utos ni Nanay”.
This is a great help for a mom like me, esp. on these days of ECQ. I was able to teach my grade schooler son about Tagalog words. Thank you so much!
It’s nice to see you posting again. Thank you for sharing your efforts and resources !
Thanks, Charmaine! Life got in the way : )