I’ve made a set of matching cards with objects that usually go together. There are eight cards or four matching pairs in each page. Cut the cards using the thin lines as guides and mix them up. Ask the child to read each card (the labels are in Filipino) and match them to the card with the object that usually goes with it. You can also ask the child to color the images before doing the matching activity.
The matching pairs included in this set are as follows:
- mesa at upuan (table and chair)
- plato at kutsara at tinidor (plate and spoon and fork)
- kama at unan (bed and pillow)
- sipilyo at toothpaste (toothbrush and toothpaste)
- kalan at kawali (stove and pan)
- pandilig at halaman (watering can and plant)
- blusa at palda (blouse and skirt)
- sapatos at medyas (shoes and socks)
- plantsa at plantsahan (iron and ironing board)
- martilyo at pako (hammer and nail)
- karayom at sinulid (needle and thread)
- kandado at susi (padlock and key)
- lapis at papel (pencil and paper)
- balde at tabo (pail and dipper)
- tinapay at palaman (bread and filling)
- kapote at bota (raincoat and boots)
- walis at pandakot (broom and dustpan)
- bag at kuwaderno (bag and notebook)
- sando at shorts (sleeveless shirt and shorts)
- pantalon at sinturon (pants/trousers and belt)
Most of the clip art images in this printable material are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse. Check out their online stores at TeachersPayTeachers and Etsy. The links are below.
To download the set of matching cards, click the link below to open the PDF file in another tab.
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