About

Samut-samot is a Filipino mom’s blog dedicated to all Filipino students, their families, and Filipino educators.  Its primary purpose is to share homemade worksheets with other Filipino families and educators.

Most of the worksheets posted here were encoded using LaTeX, Microsoft Word, or PowerPoint, and converted to pdf. Unless otherwise specified, all illustrations in the worksheets are by samutsamot_mom.

If you have suggestions for worksheet topics, please leave a comment and specify the grade level.

Samutsamot_mom homeschooled her daughter for four years. (Her daughter is now in a conventional junior high school.) She’s also mom to two dogs and a cat. She spends most of her days trying to empty her laundry basket, cleaning the dishes, folding and ironing clothes, tidying up, fighting the urge to arrange her hangers by color, feeding the pets and cleaning up their poop, and checking her daughter’s homework.

She used to live in Quezon City but the pollution and heavy traffic drove her to seek the simple life in a province. She now lives with her family in the suburbs of a city in Southern Luzon, where everything is a ten-minute (or less) drive.

 

 

 

 

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  1. Appreciate your efforts po. I am a tutor and help several kids in this Southern Luzon Suburb also. Your worksheets are tremendous help to these kids. Kudos to you. MORE POWER. Just to let you know that your work has not been in vain. KUDOS TO YOU. ❤

    • Hi, Diwata! Thank you very much for using my worksheets to help the kids you tutor. I’m also more than happy to help teachers, tutors, and parents. I’ll try to make more worksheets over the summer. Please leave future comments that will help me provide people like you with what you need. Thanks!

  2. Thank you for sharing the worksheets you made, they’re really helpful. I hope you continue sharing your creations with us. You have made my (a working-not-computer-savvy-mom) life a little easier. I hope you could feature more topics. Thank you again!

    • You’re very welcome! You and my daughter have the same name 🙂 I’m also not that techno-savvy, learning only what I need to know to get by. Please leave a comment any time to suggest a topic for worksheets so I could be of more help. Thanks!

  3. I hope you could feature topics on: pagtukoy sa mga bagay na magkakapangkat, magkakatulad at magkakaiba ayon sa hugis, kulay, anyo at laki; pagpapantig ng mga salita, pagkilala sa mga salitang may kambal-pantig; ibat-ibang anyo ng pantig PK,KP,KPK,KKP,PKK,KPKK,KKPK,KKPKK.

    Thank you.

    • Hi, Helen! Thank you for your suggestions. I think I can make worksheets on the “iba’t-ibang anyo ng pantig.” Do you have a specific grade level in mind? The other topics you suggested will require drawings, so they may take time.

      • Thank you. Your worksheets are really well-made. My son always gets perfect scores now since we started using your creations, such a tremendous improvement for him. Best of all, he is no longer afraid of the subject.

      • That’s very good news! Please tell him that his performance is the best compliment he can give for my efforts. I’m jumping for joy for his success (and yours, too)! I’m very happy that he is no longer afraid of Filipino. That’s already half the battle. Your worksheets are ready. I had fun making them. Best regards and congratulations to your son!

  4. It is so generous of you to share your worksheets. They are of BIG help everytime I teach my kiddos about this subject (follow up on what they have learned from school). Sad fact is, sometimes, I need to translate the topic pa in filipino to english so that they will understand. Thank you very much and continue to be inspired in making wonderful worksheets. God Bless!!!

    • Hi, Karen! You’re not alone. Many parents, including me, find themselves translating Filipino topics to English when reviewing their kids. When having to write in Filipino, my daughter forms English sentences first, then translates them to Filipino. Sometimes I study the same topic in English before I make the Filipino worksheet. I try the worksheets on her before I post them. Tell me what grades your kids are in so I can post more worksheets appropriate for them. Best regards.

      • My kiddos are in grade 1 and in grade 2. Thank goodness that the topics in English and in Filipino are the same which makes it easier for me. I actually used some of your worksheets in reviewing them for their 1st quarterly exam last August 12-15. And am really planning to use your worksheets as part of their review even without exams because it is very skillfully made, easy for the kids to understand and easy for me to use. =)

      • You’re very welcome, Karen! I hope your kids did well in their exams. My daughter is in fifth grade, so I’m not quite sure what topics the primary grades are tackling in their Filipino subject now. I’d appreciate a heads-up, so if you can please leave a comment for any worksheet suggestions. Even if they are for future reviews. Regards.

  5. Thanks for those recommendations. I agree, Adarna has some great selections. And some books even have a “recommended for age…” indicator at the back of the book.

    Thanks again!

  6. Hi! The school has not released the list of topics for the second quarter. I’ll post it here once i have it with me. Regards!

  7. Hello Samutsamot_mom,
    I am so happy I found your website! Kudos! Your dedication is outstanding. I have downloaded your alphabet worksheets for our Tagalog/Filipino language teaching and learning here in Kristianstad, Sweden. I will be coming back for more, because this will save us a lot of time on planning. I really appreciate it and thank you very much.
    Best regards,
    LizaPed

    • Hello, Liza! Thanks for dropping by! Please leave a comment to request for worksheets that you may need in the future. Please make your topic/worksheet description more specific. Good luck to you and your students!

  8. Thank you so much for putting up all these wonderful teaching material! I’ve just started teaching Filipino here in Sweden and was on my wits* end trying to find handouts for my students until I found your wonderful, wonderful blog. Again, thank you so much!

    • Wow, Sweden! Hello, Shelah! How old are your students? Are they Swedish adults learning Filipino or Filipino kids? I encourage you to leave a comment to request for worksheets you might need in the future. It is better to give me a more detailed description of what you need. This will also help other parents and teachers. Good luck to you and your students!

      • Hi samutsamot_mom!

        I am working with kids from preschool to grade 6. They are children of Filipino expats who live here in Stockholm.

        It would be really helpful if there are worksheets that target younger students who are learning to use everyday words that focus on items of clothing, the weather (maaraw, maulan, mainit, malamig), members of the family, and things found around the house. It would be super if the worksheets came with illustrations as children make word associations through pictures.

        Again, thank you so much for your wonderful worksheets! Your blog is such a useful resource.

        Have a good day!

      • Hi, Shelah! I have been contemplating on worksheets like these for some time now. Something like a first words series. It would take some time for me to make the drawings but I will work on them. If you have time, e-mail me a list of words that are the most important so I’ll prioritize them, and so that I can make them specifically for your students’ needs. You can e-mail me at pianoche@hotmail.com. Best regards.

    • Hi Shelah,
      It is nice to know that there is another Filipina in Sweden who is using this website…. (and we posted comments on the same day??? wow!)
      Where in Sweden do you live? I live in Kristianstad in Skåne. Are you using the worksheets for modersmålsundervisning in your municipality? Or?
      Have a nice day!

      • Hi Liza,

        What a coincidence!

        I live in Stockholm and work for a kommun within Stockholms län. Yes, I am using the worksheets for modersmålsundervisning and couple them with some activities and Tagalog songs.

        Do you also work as a modersmålslärare?

        Ha det så bra!

  9. Hi Pia,

    I just got the topic outline from my son’s school for their second assessment. Sharing it here:

    Pagkillala sa panghalip panao (Ako, Kami, Ikaw, Siya at Sila); pagkilala sa mga panghalip pamatlig (Ito, Iyan, Iyon); pagsagot sa mga tanong na sino, ano, saan, kailan at bakit; pagsunod-sunod ng mga pangyayari sa kwento; pagkilala sa mga salitang pamilang; pagkilala sa salitang kilos; pagkilala sa tatlong aspekto ng salitang kilos (ginawa na, ginagawa pa, gagawin pa lang); pagkilala sa pangungusap at di-pangungusap; pagkilala sa mga uri ng pangungusap (pasalaysay, patanong, pautos, padamdam); pagsulat ng pangungusap

  10. Dear Samutsamot mom, you are incredible, putting all these Filipino worksheets together. Do you have a compiled version, or sort of an ebook? If none, do you mind if I do that for you? And I hope you publish it as an ebook (pdf or epub version).

    • Thank you, Emily! My husband and I already have plans to compile my worksheets into a hard copy book. Maybe ring-bound so that teachers and parents can easily photocopy them for their students/children. Thank you for offering though. For now, I intend to make more worksheets to add to that compilation. I feel privileged to be able to help other parents and teachers. Thank you very much for your support and encouragement. And yes, I am incredible, as is every other hardworking mother or teacher out there 🙂 Best regards!

  11. Hi Samutsamot_mom! I want to thank you for sharing your worksheets with other moms and teachers. It is indeed a great help for us. I too is a teacher and was able too work a filipino teacher in a philippine international school here in riyadh. I do worksheets too for my pupils because the subject is really hard for them especially that they are mostly children of expats working here in riyadh. Thank you so much for your generosity. Will really share it with other moms and teachers here. I’ll ask them to visit your blog. God bless!!!!

    • Thank you very much for using my worksheets and spreading the word about my blog, Marianne! I am very happy to know that I am able to help Filipino teachers and parents, wherever they are in the world, through my blog. Teachers like you keep me inspired. Good luck to you and your students!

  12. So happy I found your site. God knows how much I need this to teach Filipino to my 4yo son. He can’t speak a word of it and I know its high time I started. Thanks. Simply a Godsend.

    • Hi, CarlZ! You’re welcome. My daughter understood but did not speak Filipino until she was four, when she realized she needed to in order to communicate with her classmates. Your son will eventually get used to it with sufficient exposure at home and at school. Good luck!

  13. HI! Thank you for all the worksheets that you are sharing with us specially the ones in Filipino. It is so hard to find these worksheets that are so easy for kids to understand and so well made. I really appreciate the effort you are putting into them. I know it takes time to do them and your drawings are also so great (I no good in drawing). I used to make worksheets for my kids when they were younger and I wasn’t so busy with work. I also shared my worksheets with my friends. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to save them as my old computer crashed. Finding your website is a blessing. Your worksheets will definitely make it easier for me to review them specially in Filipino.

    • Hello, Anne! Thank you very much for dropping by and using my worksheets. I appreciate your comments. The ones with illustrations do take time but drawing is my Zen activity. Putting them to good use is a plus for me. I’m sorry to hear about your computer crashing. It also happened to me a couple of times. I feel privileged to be able to help other parents like you. Best regards to your family! (What grades are your kids in?)

  14. Thank you for sharing the worksheets to us. I am a trying to balance between work and being a single mom to a grade 2 girl…. and this site (just discovered it now) is a real BIG help! I usually do the worksheets myself but this one cuts my work, thanks to you. Inspires me to do better worksheets for her other subjects and to share as well.

    🙂

  15. thank you so much….pls dont stop posting examples and worksheets. hope you can post more lessons for grade 6 and 5. im also a fulltime mom, who really wants to help my kids in thier lessons. more power

  16. I hope you could make worksheets from other subjects. Your style is the best. Your are very helpful to us mommies whose helping their children on their lesson. Thank you! Thank you!

    • Hi, Lot! Thank you for your compliment! I’ve been posting fewer worksheets because I am homeschooling my daughter, but I’ll try to get a variety of worksheets posted. I don’t make English or Math worksheets because there’s quite a lot of these that can be downloaded from the Internet. What subjects do you have in mind?

  17. Just wanted to say a big “Thank you” for sharing this fantastic resource. My parents are Filipino and I was born here in Australia. I now have 3 children under 8-years-old and I will use these worksheets to help me re-learn as well as teach my kids Tagalog.

    If you had a feature to donate money to your site I would be more than happy to, and I’m sure others would too as your time and effort is valuable.

    Looking forward to your coming posts 🙂

    • Thank you very much, Jen! Are you planning to go back to the Philippines with your kids? My sister-in-law also lives in Australia with her family. Thank you for wanting to donate. However, my blog is just a mishmash of worksheets I make during my free time. It is not as organized as I want to and (I feel) not donate-worthy yet. I am content with being able to help other parents and teachers in my small way. I try to live by the Chinese proverb “Be not afraid of going slowly, be afraid only of standing still.” Maybe when I’ve collected a large number of worksheets and have somehow managed to have an independent website built will I consider asking for small donations. Thank you for your support. Best regards!

  18. Hello,
    I’m a mom to a 3 year old and I am desperate for her to learn Tagalog. I want to thank you more than I can express for this blog. I grew up in the U.S. for most of my life so I understand the language and speak it but with incorrect grammar. I look forward to use these worksheets to teach my child and myself together. If you have any tips useful in helping me teach a 3 year old I would greatly appreciate it.

    You are amazing,
    Rachelle

  19. Thanks for sharing these worksheets! Very helpful because often times I don’t have the energy to make my own for my son. Great job mommy!

  20. love your work!! helps me a lot, specially for my kid who really is having a hard time to understand our language…
    God bless!!

  21. Dear samutsamot_mom,

    Thanks for having this site. Such a blessing because its free and easy to access. As a teacher, this is a helpful tool–making my work easier than before. You’re exceptional! I hope there’ll be sheets for Makabayan IV subjects. That will be very wonderful. More blessings to you and your family.

    • Thank you for your compliment, Krizel! There have been a few requests for Sibika and Kultura worksheets for elementary. (Is Makabayan IV for fourth-year high school students?) Unfortunately, I can’t find the time to start making them because I’m homeschooling my fifth-grade daughter. And I’m also contemplating on posting reading comprehension worksheets on this blog. So many plans, so little time. Thank you very much for your support and encouragement though. Drop by again soon!

  22. HI thank you so much for your worksheets. Malaking tulong ito sa akin. I use your worksheets for my special kids. Mabuhay ka!

  23. Wow! I find your worksheets superb! However, it’s almost the end of the school year. I wasn’t able to use your worksheets for my students. 😦 until next school year. Great help btw. 🙂

    • Thank you, Li! I hope your students will also find the worksheets helpful. Please leave a comment if you see an error in any of the worksheets you used or will use for your students. My posts are few and far between now because I’m homeschooling my daughter, but I’m hoping to make more worksheets during the summer break. Thank you for your support! Drop by again soon!

  24. Thanks for sharing! Your worksheet are indeed very helpful to parents and students. These worksheets help me a lot when I review my daughter for incoming exams. Thumbs up!

  25. Hi! I’m tutoring incoming kinder kids for Filipino this summer and I came across your site. Very useful! I commend you for your quality worksheets 🙂

  26. You are an angel! Thank you for sharing these worksheets! We’ll print copies for Mangyan school children we will be visiting for our outreach on 3-4 May 2014 in Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro. We are targeting to provide school supplies to 400 kids and will give them copies of your work. They will be thrilled to receive these worksheets. To know more about our group please visit http://www.facebook.com/edicute.incorporated. Maybe we could tap you for a future project and do worksheets customized for indigenous peoples which they can use for their literacy and numeracy programs. You have great talent! May God bless your generous heart. A million thanks! 🙂

    • Hi, Jordee! Thank you so much for using my worksheets to help the kids in Oriental Mindoro. I’ll check out your FB account. Yes, please do leave a comment if you need help in making customized worksheets in the future. Good luck to you and your team!

  27. I stumbled upon your site while helping my son with his Filipino HW on the parts of the body. Google search delivered me here, and I have to tell you: I could barely resist the urge to jump up and down, blow trumpets and throw confetti in the air… Finally! A classy, informative, educational site dedicated to those who need to learn Filipino, and with well-made worksheets: I couldn’t ask for more! It’s a dream come true! (And a relief, as I used to have to create my own to help my kids learn their Fil lessons). A huge grateful hug to you for sharing your hard work so generously! Thanks so much and keep up the awesome stuff you’re doing! 🙂

  28. helo poh..its really give me a big help on the filipino subject on my 6 years old daughter..since shes just now starting to read just a little bit..do you have a worksheet for english?

    • Hi, Katzkie! I’m sorry but I don’t have English worksheets on my blog. There are many preschool English worksheets you can download from the Internet though. Just type “preschool worksheets” in the Search box of the search engine of your choice. Thanks for stopping by and good luck to your daughter!

  29. HI! thank you so much! you are such a blessing…I will be handling grade 1 this school year and I really don’t know how to do it…since I’ve been teaching in the higher level…thank you so much! God Bless!

  30. Hello Samutsamot_Mom! Thank you very much for this blog especially on feelings (ano ang nararamdaman mo?) In a few weeks, I will be facilitating a leadership program for kids on how to identify and manage their feelings. Our modules will be in tagalog and your flashcards and posters are of great help. Thank you for this =)

    P.S. I would also like to ask for permission to use your flashcards to be used to teach kids.

    • Hi, Meg! Yes, you may use the flashcards and any of the worksheets for teaching, but please do not sell them for profit. You may use them as resources for your work. Good luck!

  31. I am so grateful that I found your very informative site. Thank you so much for sharing your worksheets. Can you suggest book titles for pre-teens? My kids are past the Adarna series (and the like) and I would like them to read more in Tagalog. More power to you!

  32. Hi Samutsamot mom! Maraming maraming salamat sa mga sagutang-papel para sa mga pre-schoolers 🙂 Malaking tulong po ito sa pagtuturo ng wikang Filipino sa aking anak na limang taong gulang. We’re raising him as a multilingual (he has to learn Icelandic and English at school and with friends while he learns Spanish and Filipino at home and with relatives). It’s going great. I’m also recommending your website to Filipino parents here in Iceland. The schools here are very open about encouraging foreign parents to use their mother tongue with their children so they’d be balanced bilinguals.

    Is there anything else we can do to support your blog? I wish you all the best and please keep the lessons coming!
    Maraming maraming salamat ulit! ^_^

    • Thank you, Kriselle! I’m delightfully surprised that my worksheets have reached Iceland! Thank you for your offer of support. My goal really is to assist Filipino parents and teachers. As you may already know, many parents and teachers here can not afford to have to pay online for teaching materials. Oftentimes, they need these materials ASAP. Next year, however, I have plans of improving my website to make accessing the worksheets easier. If I feel the site is donate-worthy, only then will I include a donate option. For now, you spreading the word about this blog is “thank you” enough for me. Thank you very much for your support and good luck to your son! A bilingual or multilingual child has an advantage over others.

  33. Hi good day samutsamot_mom thank you for your free printables worksheets its very useful. I’m grateful that I searched your Blog. Thank you very much. I will ask permission if you will allow me to print all the Filipino worksheets that I downloaded. I will used it for my class. Thank you very very much! God Bless you. I will wait for your reply.

    Ann

    • You are welcome to print as many worksheets as you need and want for your class or classes, as long as so do not sell any of the printouts or photocopies of the printouts. If you need to photocopy them and charge the students for the photocopies, please do not charge the students more than the photocopying fee. Thank you for using my worksheets. Good luck!

  34. Your wonderful blog and all this material that you have taken the time to put together and share is such a great blessing!!!!! Your great efforts and willingness to generously share the materials you took the time to create for your own child is such an amazing thing, just want to let you know that someone in the UK is also very very appreciative of what you have done! Maraming salamat po!!!!! – Lester

  35. Ako ay lubos na nagagalak sa napakagaganda at mataas na qualidad na mga worksheets sa iyong website. Ako ay naniniwala na tayong mga nanay ay iisa lamang ang mithi para sa ating mga anak at ito ay mapabuti at mapayabong ang buhay nila at ang edukasyon ang pangunahing daan patungo rito kasabay ng isang malalim na pagmamahal sa bayan. Mabuhay ka!

  36. Thank you so much for your blog and worksheets! My son is in Grade 3 and I’ve been making his reviewers in Powerpoint since he was in Grade 1. I got tired of making my own and of course the exercises in his textbooks are so boring and I wanted to give him a little variety. I can’t believe I only found your blog today.

    • Hi, Ms. Boo! Thank you for dropping by and using my worksheets. I had a thing for art when I was in grade school but I never pursued it. I’m a closet artist. I buy art materials and art books but I never find the time to use them. I admire the artwork you posted on your blog. Keep on sharing your art!

  37. Thank you for all these worksheets! I am Fil-Am with children 5 & 6. They’re now both in school and able to read, I’ve been teaching them tagalog and your worksheets are the best tool I’ve seen to help my children learn our language. Maraming maraming salamat! Jing

  38. Hi, thanks so much for generous sharing of your worksheet. They helped me a lot in reviewing my grade 1 daughter. I am an Indonesian, so this really helps a lot. Thanks again, God bless!

  39. Hi samut-samot mom, i want you to know that i am so thankful of your intelligence and generosity for i have been using your worksheets in homeschooling my niece. I am a busy working mom that i don’t have time to think of the learning exercises for my niece but ever since i found your worksheets, I’m hooked! and i feel motivated in teaching her. I use some of your preschool worksheets, too for my toddler. God bless you!

    • You’re welcome, Corlyn! I’m glad I can help you. Yes, I fully understand the challenges of homeschooling since I homeschooled my daughter for four years. Good luck on your homeschooling journey! I’m happy to be a part of it.

  40. Hi 🙂 I would like to thank you for these worksheets. It helps me a lot. You’re such a blessing. You are giving this out without payment. Such a generous mother. 🙂 May I ask if it is possible that these worksheets have English translations, too? I’m having a hard time translating for my sibs. Thank you very much. 😀

    • Thank you, Eliza! There are several types of worksheets on this blog, some have Filipino words and many have entire sentences. In which type of worksheets do you need the English translations? The worksheets with Filipino sentences are used for practicing reading, writing, and comprehension skills in Filipino or for studying the academic subject Filipino. If these are translated into English, it defeats the purpose for practice.

  41. i’ve used your worksheets a number of times, and used your explanations to help my 3 girls. and i’m not sure if i’ve ever thanked you.

    Maraming maraming salamat sa yo at sa iyong mabuting puso :). wishing you a peaceful and meaningful christmas, and an exciting and prosperous new year.

  42. Hi, Samutsamot_mom! So thankful to discover ur website. This sure helped my child’s MT mother tongue topic, “Iba’t ibang Ngalan ng Hayop”. I already added your website in my home screen for other further review. 😊 You have such a generous heart. 💓 God bless you! Merry Christmas!🎄

  43. Just wanted to leave a comment to say “thank you”!!
    It’s been a great help for my youngest who is not good at Filipino and AP. She’ll be grade 6 next school year, but finally I decided to home school her with NOT dep-ed accredited program.

    Spending time 4 hours a day in traffic is not a life normal kids should experience, besides I think the way Filipino or dep-ed decided to teach Filipino subject is wrong. I have never taught my children Japanese grammar but they don’t make mistakes regarding more complex particles or if in Filipinos you call it panlapi or unlapi. We seem to have more of them, but I never taught them the way Filipino children are taught. And that is the reason why they are not learning, in my opinion.

    I love Filipino language, though I used to speak Cebuano, the first Filipino language I encountered, and starting next school year, I could teach my daughter the way I think the best to love Filipino language, to make her expose to more reading, writing, and express her feelings in Filipino, not like how my maids speak without proper subject or object, if you know what I mean. If I translate how Japanese converse with friends, we talk as if we are writing paragraphs.

    While your blog helped me so much to review my daughter to pass Filipino subject in school, and I really thank you for these blog worksheets, but I really wish to make her love the language without fearing of failing. Wish me luck! I’ll work hard to make her love the language. It’s such a beautiful language, and if my daughter doesn’t love it, I feel sad.

    I have an older son, he also hated AP. So when he was going to high school, he wanted to go to high school where they teach social studies in English. He was good at Filipino grammar though he didn’t speak Filipino, survived with good memories and logical thinking. So when his cousin invited to take the entrance exam to Philippine science, I went to the school and asked if they teach social studies in English, and they said yes, they teach in English. So my son was convinced to take the entrance exam. And even in Philippine Science high school (this is in Diliman) they didn’t teach social studies in Filipino, and Filipino subjects were taught without grammar, he learned to speak and write better in Filipino. So there I realized even it was a bit late for my son to have started, there was a better way. I know Philippine science is not under dep-ed, but there were teachers who showed me how to teach Filipino better. I’m sure there are many good teachers in the Philippines, but getting good direction is very important, isn’t it? I hope if this grammar thing is required by dep-ed, they consider to change it soon. Few weeks ago, my youngest daughter wrote a short story in Filipino. She didn’t write that well, but she had to think which one to use, sila or sina, kina, or whatever depend on verbs and sentence structure. After all, if you can think and form your ideas in the language, grammar will all follow, I believe.

    Merry christmas and a happy new year to you and your family!

    • Thank you for sharing your story! Am I correct to assume that you are Japanese and not Filipino? I agree with you that the Filipino subject in grade school concentrates more on Filipino grammar lessons than on the appreciation of written work in Filipino. Just as your children were exposed to the Japanese language with correct grammar, children should also be exposed to the Filipino language with correct grammar if they are to learn the language easily or be able to quickly determine a grammatical error in a Filipino sentence. You are in the right direction if you’ll be teaching your children Filipino be exposing them more to reading, writing, and speaking correct Filipino, or by taking a whole language approach. The worksheets in my blog are merely aids and quick ways to check children’s understanding of a lesson. More is accomplished when more quality reading and writing is done. Good luck on your homeschooling journey! Happy holidays!

  44. Hello SamutSamot,
    This site is very helpful. I am a co-founder of ReadPhilippines Toronto which supports schools in the Philippines. We send quality used books to fill the need of school libraries especially the underprivileged ones. The current book support project we have is for a group that supports the children in Palawan. ReadPhilippines compiled the worksheets you provided in your site and bound them as a workbook. Please note that your site is mentioned in the compilation we made as the source. We look forward to seeing more worksheets in your blog. Have a wonderful weekend!

    Bonette
    ReadPhilippines Toronto.

    • Hi, Bonette! What wonderful news! Thank you very much for supporting Filipino children all the way from Canada. (Am I correct to assume that you are a Filipino living in Canada?) May I know what worksheets you found helpful? Was it a compilation for preschoolers or all grade levels? You are welcome to compile and donate as many printed copies of my worksheets, just as long as they are not sold to others. I’m currently working on a compilation of preschool worksheets myself. I’ll let you know when I’m done with it. Please send my thanks to the people in your organization. Have a good day!

      • We selected worksheets that are apt for grade schoolers (1 to 6) so we picked those we think that can help them practice reading, writing and counting (pagsulat ng bilang, alpabetong filipino, etc.). We added the Filipino stories you provided at the very end of our compilation which the children can try reading after learning the alpabeto, katinig, patinig, paghahabi ng mga salita atbp.) Please do let us know if you are done with pre-schoolers compilation for printing. We are giving this to the children for free.

        Yes we are Pinoys in Canada and we support several organizations back home which offers literary programs to children. Again thanks for creating this useful and informative blog. Hope all is well!

  45. Good day! I would like to ask for permission to use some test questions from the materials posted for my research. Hoping for your approval. Thank you.

    • I’m sorry for the late reply, Jessy. We had problems with our internet connection for the past few days. You may use the questions for your research as long as you don’t use them for profit or commercial purposes.

  46. Hi! I’m currently on LTS (literacy training service) and your site has been a life savior! My kid is supposedly in grade2, but is having difficulty reading, and we’re doing your preschool exercises, thankyou so much for making all of this available!

  47. Hi Pia. Thanks so much for all your work! This is such a big help to me and my kids. We can spend more time learning and less time typing and thinking on how to test their understanding of the topic. You’re an angel!

  48. Bb. Pia,
    Pagbati!
    Nagpapasalamt po ako sa inyong magandang mga gawain para sa mga kabataan. Nais ko lamang pong humingi ng tulong tungkol sa isang gawaing online kung saan hihingi po ako ng pahintulot upang magamit ang inyong mga gawain. Narito po ang aking email address. Nawa’y matulungan ninyo po ako sa aking gawain. Salamat po.

    Bb. Charmane Espjo

  49. Thank you so much for your effort, Samutsamot Mom! I really appreciate it 🙂 Sana po makapag-add din kayo ng Language (English) worksheets for preschool. My son is 6 years old and is in Prep. Just a rant, hirap na hirap ako sa K-12 curriculum, I feel like kids his age will not fully understand the curriculum structured for his age, at least not yet. I find it too advanced. He cannot comprehend just yet kung sino ang school director, school registrar, school cashier, etc. It’s such a challenge in making him understand.

    In this regard, may I respectfully ask po if you can come up with Language worksheets intended for Kinder/Prep? From what I understand in the K-12, the lessons in Filipino (Makabayan/Sibika at Kultura) are parallel in English through the Language subject.

    Thank you so much in advance! May God bless the works of your hands.

    • Hi, Dinna! I’ll look into the Filipino and English Kinder curricula of the K-12 to see how they are parallel, but unfortunately any worksheets I make will take some time. In the meantime, you may search my blog for worksheets that may help your son in Filipino. Thank you!

  50. Hi… I would like to thank you for all the worksheets you’ve done. its been of great help to me as a tutor! God Bless always. 🙂

  51. Hi! what a wonderful site! maraming salamat for this! OFW ako, at mahirap matuto ng filipino ang mga bata dito kasi english ang unang language. kaya salamat talaga sa worksheets. printing them now. =)

  52. Thank you so much for making this website! I am a tutor and I don’t really like filipino as a kid. This website helped me so much to understand the topics better and free worksheets! I don’t need to do my own since most of the worksheets here are exactly what I need. I don’t write comments most of the time but I really appreciate all the effort you put into this, and you really helped me, big time! Always be awesome!

  53. Dear samutsamot_mom, here’s another person thanking you for your beautiful worksheets! I’m trying to create a workbook for a non-profit org I’m volunteering with and I’d just like to ask your permission to include this set, as well as the other letters of the alphabet: https://samutsamot.com/2015/04/14/mga-titik-a-b-d-at-e/#comments

    This is definitely not for profit and I’ll be keeping your copyright and website name on the page. Thanks once again for sharing these lovely worksheets with everyone! I appreciate your dedication and your wonderful art!

    -Miriam

  54. Thank you so much for your free worksheets! I tutor my son who is in grade 3 now, I think I have been using your files every periodical test since he was in nursery 🙂

  55. Thank you very much for sharing this with all of us. It has been very difficult to find home tutorial materials for Filipino for my children. In behalf of all parents out there, thank you so much. There should be more individuals like you, I salute you! We should all take our part in using the internet as a sharing tool, not just a snooping around one. 🙂
    You are one of our unsung heroes. Thank you for your “malasakit”. We should all take time and give to others too. 🙂

    Isa kang huwarang nilalang! Dapat kang tularan! Maraming salamat po sa inyo!

  56. Thank you samutsamot_mom for sharing your worksheets with us. I am homeschooler parent here in Jubail, Saudi Arabia. My son is in grade 4 now and it is our second year of homeschooling. He doesn’t know the Filipino language when we started homeschooling him and this helps him a lot especially the Filipino worksheets.

    Thanks again for your generosity and God bless you.

    Best regards,
    Mae

  57. HI! I’m from Rodriguez, Rizal. This website is so helpful for all teachers/tutors out there and most specially for me. I am a fresh graduate on Elementary Education. Thank you for this, it is a great help for me! Thank you! I pray that God will bless you more!

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