Maikling Kuwento: Ang Puno ng Mangga

I wrote this short story a long time ago, but I wasn’t able to post a printable. With most classes still being held online, I decided to make a version for on-screen viewing instead. Below is a link to a PDF file with the short story “Ang Puno ng Mangga”. It includes 10 questions at the end of the story. However, answers are not provided. I imagined that it could be read by the student or a parent on a gadget or read to students by a teacher or tutor teaching an online class. If you are a teacher or tutor, you can send your clients the link to this post so they can download the short story themselves. However you want to use it, if you download the PDF file, it is understood that you agree to abide by the Terms of Use included in the file and those on this website (see the top menu item ‘Terms of Use’). Commercial use and mass distribution are prohibited. Uploading the file to another website is also prohibited.

The PDF file is over 12 MB. It is not a printable. You would need an application that can display PDF files.

The artists whose clip art and background images were used to make this product are listed in the PDF file. You may click the links provided on the Credits page to view their online stores or websites.

Sample page of the story “Ang Puno ng Mangga”

I will also be adding this to my list of Resources under the menu item “Mga Kuwento”. I invite you to leave a comment if you found this type of resource useful.

Click the link below or the Download button to see the story. Enjoy reading!

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. teacher ken

    Marami pong salamat sa inyong mga gawa nakakatulong po ng malaki ang inyong mga gawa lalo na sa pagpapalawig sa pagbabasa ng aming mga mag-aaral. Maraming salamat po!

  2. Maribeth Lundqvist

    Your materials really help me a lot in my mother tongue teaching. Thank you very much for your generosity and creativity. Thanks :))

  3. Lesley E

    Your reading material is very timely! For a working mom with 2 kids in Kinder and Grade 1, it is really an EFFORT to teach them to read. With these colorful pages and clear letter writing, my kids can easily recognize the letters and will be more encouraged to read FILIPINO short stories. thank you!

    1. samutsamotmom

      Thank you, Lesley! Regular speaking and reading in Filipino will surely encourage your kids to be more confident in using the language. Thank you for supporting my blog!

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