Ano ito? Series (Part 2)

Here's my second installment to the Ano ito? Series for beginning readers of Filipino. If you haven't seen the first post, you can click here. Instructions on how to assemble the booklet are in that post. The links to the two PDF files are below. Terms of Use are on the first two pages of the PDF files. If you download these files, it is understood that you agree to abide by the Terms of Use. Ano-Ito-Series_bata-bag-atis Ano-Ito-Series_damo-daga-ahas

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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…

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Mga Pinakakaraniwang Salita sa Filipino

I was working on a new series for beginning readers of Filipino when I got the idea of making a list of common Filipino words. I did a quick internet search and found some sites which showed several lists of Filipino sight words as well as common Filipino words. The result of my search is the 4-page PDF file below with a list of more than 800 common Filipino words, including Filipino sight words, which I've compiled. The words are arranged according to the number of letters in the word. For each group, the words are arranged alphabetically (according to the Filipino alphabet). The words are not arranged according to the parts of speech. Words with two or more syllables are syllabicated and the syllabicated words are in parentheses. See the image of the first page below. Teachers and parents can use this list as a basis for making vocabulary…

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Magbasa Tayo!: Ang Bagyo

Happy new year to all! Here's another installment to my Magbasa Tayo! series. Our region was recently hit by typhoon Tisoy, leaving most of the provinces without power for many days, so this reading passage was inspired by that. If you would like to see more short reading passages, you may type the phrase "magbasa tayo" in the Search box on the right. Click on the title or the download button below to open the PDF file in another tab. Please read the Terms of Use on the first two pages of the PDF file. If you download the file, it is understood that you have agreed to abide by the Terms of Use. Ang-Bagyo

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Magbasa Tayo!: Ang Larawan ni Tina

Here's a short Filipino reading passage for beginning readers. An activity sheet follows the reading passage. Please abide by the Terms of Use indicated in the PDF file. You may not distribute this file or printed copies of it for profit. Clip art images are from Little Red's Clip Art and Krista Wallden-Creative Clips. Ang-Larawan-ni-Tina

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