2019 Alpabetong Filipino Writing Sheets

I’d like to welcome all the new subscribers to my blog. Thank you very much for subscribing! To make up for the time I did not post any worksheets, I’m excited to share with you a new set of Filipino alphabet practice writing sheets. I recently purchased a large set of fonts from fonts4teachers.com and some of them have numbered arrow guides for young learners who are just starting to write letters. I used these fonts for the writing sheets I’ve made. I used the Zaner Bloser letters (upright letters) for manuscript printing, but I also have a font with D’Nealian letters (slightly slanted letters). If you would like the letters in D’Nealian, please send me a message or leave a comment.

For my new subscribers, please note that I create these worksheets using clip art I purchased from teacherspayteachers.com. There’s tons of free stuff that you can get from this site, but you have to register first. Registration is free.

The website openclipart.org is also one of my sources for public domain clip art. When I can’t find the image I want, I illustrate it and make it into a clip art which I use for the worksheets.

In this set of writing sheets, each page is dedicated for a specific letter in the Filipino alphabet. Examples of Filipino words that begin with or have that letter are given. For certain borrowed letters, I used English words. Students can trace the letter with arrows and print their own along the line guides. They can also trace the letter in the words and color the clip art images. A sample sentence using words that begin with the letter is placed below the page. The teacher or parent can read this for the child, emphasizing the specific letter sound. See the thumbnails below.

The pages should be printed on short bond paper (8.5″ x 11″). I placed some space at the top of the pages so you can punch holes and fasten the pages at the top. When printing the PDF file in Adobe Acrobat Reader, I recommend that you select Fit instead of Actual Size in the Print window.

If you download this resource, it is understood that you agree to abide by the Terms of Use indicated in the first two pages of the PDF file. You are not allowed to distribute the file to others for free or for profit. You are not allowed to upload the file to any website. Please read the rest of the other conditions in the Terms of Use.

If you have any comments, corrections, or suggestions, please leave a comment below or send me a message using the Contact form. To download the resource, please click the title link below or the Download button. Happy teaching, guys!

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing! I really need this for my son.^^ God bless you.

  2. Thank you for these worksheets:) It really helps my little sister.

  3. my sincerest thanks…. much helpful to Filipino children.
    God bless your efforts

  4. Thanks for your generosity Teacher Pia. This site is a big help to us teachers.

  5. You are heaven sent, Teach!!! Thanks so much for these more power to you. Do know that kids are learning coz of your worksheets!

  6. Thank you so much for these, Teacher Pia! They are very helpful to students, parents, and teachers. God bless you and the work that you do.

    1. You’re welcome, Cha!

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