Ano ito? Series: For beginning readers of Filipino

Hello, everyone! I would like to thank the people who sent me messages and comments. I’m sorry I was not able to reply to you personally, but I appreciate all your comments and encouragement. I’m very happy knowing that my resources have helped you in teaching your kids and students.

I started making new reading materials for beginning readers of Filipino a couple of months back and I was not able to post them. I know some of you have been looking and asking for this kind of material. Now that lots of students are in the middle of the community lockdown in the Philippines, I think this would be a good time to post some of them.

The links below will open PDF files with pages that you can make into half letter-sized booklets. You can print them, cut them in half, arrange the pages as you wish, punch holes in the pages, and fasten them to make a booklet. I did not put page numbers so you can arrange the pages the way you want them and possibly merge pages from other (future) sets.

These are intended for beginning readers. The words are repeated several times in the booklet so that the learners get used to seeing them. I tried to make the words as simple as possible using the images I bought online.

Please read the Terms of Use on the first two pages of the PDF file. If you download the file, that means you agree to abide by the Terms of Use. Please don’t upload the file to any other website or share them through e-mail. If you want others to see them, please just send them the link to this post.

If you have any suggestions, please email me at samutsamot.mom@gmail.com.

The images in the PDF file are by Little Red. You can visit her teacherspayteachers site here or click the image below.

The super cute Dot Dudes in the image above are by Sarah Pecorino. You can visit her site at www.sarahpecorino.com.

Click the link below to open the PDF file in another tab.

Happy teaching!

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. charisse

    Salamat dito sa Filipino babasahin! =)
    Ingat lagi.

  2. roy

    very timely, dahil quarantine pwedeng pwede sa tutorial for beginning readers, thanks much!
    more power, keep safe dyan sa Maynila praying for you and your family!
    God bless!!

    1. samutsamotmom

      Thank you, Roy. I actually don’t live in Metro Manila, but we’re also covered by the Luzon quarantine. We hope that our country will get through the crisis with the least casualties. It all depends on us following the quarantine guidelines. I hope your family stays safe and healthy.

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