Bagong Kuwento: Ang Tatlong Pagsubok

I just added a new story under the Resources menu above and under the sub-menu Mga Kuwento. It is a short story titled "Ang Tatlong Pagsubok". The story is adapted from "The Queen Bee", written by the Grimm Brothers. I translated the story to Filipino and changed a few details. This resource is an 8-page PDF file. The first two pages have the Terms of Use. The next four pages have the Filipino story and the last two pages have 10 multiple-choice questions about the story. If you download this PDF file, it is understood that you have agreed to abide by the Terms of Use indicated in the main menu of this blog. The resource is for personal and classroom use only (for face-to-face or online classes). Commercial use (selling for profit), mass distribution, and mass presentation are not allowed. Uploading the file anywhere in the Internet is not…

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New Video Poems

Since lockdowns have been imposed and classes are conducted online, I've seen fewer people and kids in bookstores. So I've made a couple of my poems into short videos (mp4). In my TeachersPayTeachers store Oliotopia, I recently posted two new products. The Kaya Ko Video Poem is 2:32 minutes long, featuring my short poem Kaya Ko. Background music plays in one version but there are no reading voices because it is meant to be read aloud by the teacher/parent or read silently by the learner. This short video can be used by teachers as an introductory or motivational activity for a lesson on verbs during an online class. It can also be used for practice reading in Filipino. The other product, Ang Bata sa Tula, is a mini-ebook and video of a collection of 10 silly four-line Filipino poems about children. The product features PDF file versions and an mp4…

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Filipino Alphabet Cursive Handwriting Practice

A visitor to my blog was looking for cursive handwriting practice worksheets a while ago. I posted a new product for sale in my TeachersPayTeachers store Oliotopia that has 68 cursive handwriting practice worksheets on writing the Filipino alphabet and common Filipino words. Check out the previews below. If you're interested in purchasing the product (or any other product in Oliotopia) directly from me and not through my TeachersPayTeachers store, you can contact me through this blog. You can also download the FREE Filipino alphabet cursive handwriting worksheets that I made for this blog. The link below opens a PDF file that has 14 worksheets. Please read the Terms of Use on the first two pages of the PDF file. If you download the PDF file and use the worksheets, it is understood that you have agreed to abide by the terms. You can also read the Terms of Use…

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Pagtambalin ang mga Pantig

If you will be teaching Filipino syllables (mga pantig), below is the link to a PDF file with 4 worksheets. These worksheets ask the learner to match a 3-letter syllable to another 3-letter syllable to create a Filipino word. The learner is asked to write the complete word on the rightmost column. The example given matches the syllables suk and lay to make the word suklay. Look at the preview below. Most syllables are of the form KPK (katinig-patinig-katinig). Note that ng is considered to be one letter (a consonant or katinig) in the Filipino alphabet, so a syllable like mang is a 3-letter syllable (KPK form). The Terms of Use are given in the same PDF file. If you download the PDF file and use the worksheets, it is understood that you have agreed to abide by the terms. You can also read the Terms of Use in the…

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Multiplication Charts (1-10 and 1-12)

I'm working on a new math product for my Teachers Pay Teachers store Oliotopia and I thought I would share a few pages here. I have not posted the new product yet since it's not yet finished. Below are the links to two PDF files. The first PDF file has a multiplication chart with factors from 1 to 10. The other PDF file has a multiplication chart with factors from 1 to 12. Both files have a page showing how to use a multiplication chart. The pages are in black and white and are designed to be printed on short-sized bond paper (8.5" x 11"). These resources were made using clip art images from Kari Bolt and Creating4 The Classroom. If you download the files, it is understood that you agree to abide by the Terms of Use indicated in the main menu of this website. If you still have…

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