Pag-ugnay ng Salita sa Larawan

Hello and welcome to the new subscribers of Samut-samot! Thank you for subscribing. I encourage you to browse my blog posts by clicking on BLOG on the main menu if you want to view other posts with worksheets. To help you find particular worksheets, you may also type in the Filipino topic (for example, pangngalan) in the Search box to find related posts. You can also click on a category or tag from the list of Categories and Tags on the right (scroll down). The link below opens a PDF file with four worksheets. In each worksheet, the student is asked to write the number of the word that corresponds to the drawing of an object or animal. The student is also instructed to color the drawings. These worksheets test the student's Filipino vocabulary. The PDF file includes worksheets on the following topics: Mga Pagkain (Food), Mga Hayop (Animals), Mga…

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Maze ng Alpabeto

I found a few worksheets and activity sheets which I created months ago but was not able to post. This is one of them. Below is the link to the PDF file with two Filipino alphabet activity sheets. The student is asked to color the letters of the Filipino alphabet in the correct order. Terms of Use are included in the PDF file. If you download the PDF file, it is understood that you will abide by the Terms of Use. Ang Maze ng AlpabetoDownload

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Simuno at Panaguri Worksheets

The PDF file below has three worksheets on the parts of a Filipino sentence: simuno (subject) and panaguri (predicate). The answer to the two worksheets are included. The last worksheet can have many possible answers, so it has no answer key. Please judge for yourself if the worksheets are appropriate to the reading level of your student or child. Terms of Use are included in the PDF file. If you download the worksheet, it is understood that you will abide by them. Mga-Bahagi-ng-PangungusapDownload

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Matching words with pictures worksheet from Education.com

Hello, everyone! Today, I'm sharing a worksheet from the Education.com. This website has a vast array of educational materials like printable worksheets, online games, and lesson plans on subjects such as Math, Reading, Writing, and Science. It's a great help for busy teachers and homeschooling families. I recommend that you check out their site, sign up, and start exploring their learning library. - Pia Matching words with pictures is a great way to reinforce word recognition and spelling as well as learn vocabulary. Mastery of all these skills is crucial for developing readers. Here's a free downloadable matching worksheet that makes practicing these skills fun for your child. For even more fun educational resources, visit Education.com! reading_matching list with imagesDownload reading_matching list with images_answersDownload

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Alpabetong Filipino Handwriting Practice Sheets (D’Nealian Manuscript)

In my previous post, I uploaded handwriting practice sheets using the Zaner Bloser style. This time, I created Filipino alphabet handwriting practice sheets using the D'Nealian style manuscript. The letters in Zaner Bloser are upright, while those in D'Nealian are slightly slanted. I don't know if preschools in the Philippines teach the D'Nealian manuscript, but people say that it makes the transition to cursive writing easier. The pages also have the area below the dashed line colored light gray. This would help the students determine where to write the small letters. Lowercase letters with heads (b, d, f, h, k, l, and t) have lines that go above the shaded area. Lowercase letters with tails (g, j, p, q, y) have lines that go below the shaded area. See the thumbnail for the letter A below. If you download this resource, it is understood that you agree to abide by…

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