Mga Damdamin (2018)

If you’re teaching students how to tell what a person is feeling, this post might help you. Using the Male Cartoon Avatar Creator by Shark&Croc co., I created a set of male faces showing 16 different emotions (listed below). Labels for each emotion are provided in Filipino and in English. Students may be asked to place the correct label under the face showing that emotion. 

  1. calm (kalmado)
  2. contented/satisfied (kontento)
  3. happy (saya/masaya)
  4. joyful (tuwa/natutuwa)
  5. sad (lungkot/malungkot)
  6. scared (takot/natatakot)
  7. angry (galit)
  8. surprised (gulat)
  9. excited (sabik)
  10. doubt/doubtful (duda/nagdududa)
  11. tired (pagod)
  12. sleepy (antok/inaantok)
  13. nervous (kaba/kinakabahan)
  14. hurt (sakit/nasasaktan)
  15. annoyed (inis/naiinis)
  16. shy (hiya/nahihiya)


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The PDF file below has the illustrations without labels below the faces. The labels are provided in separate pages.

Mga Damdamin-2018

The PDF file below has the illustrations with labels (Filipino or English) below the faces (samples shown above).

Mga Damdamin-2018 with labels

Sorry, I don’t have a female version of the files.

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Color by Number in Filipino

Here are two Color by Number activities in Filipino. It has two versions. One uses the color words asul, berde, and kahel (for the colors blue, green, and orange) and another that uses bughaw, luntian, and kulay-dalandan for the same colors.

This is part of the next bundle I’m currently working on.

If you wish to change the Filipino names for the colors, please leave a comment so I can post another version. Aside from the words kahel and kulay-dalandan, the word narangha is also used to refer to the color orange. (You might be wondering why it is called kulay-dalandan since the dalandan fruit is colored dark green. The word refers to color of the fruit inside, when it is peeled.) Aside from the word kayumanggi, the word kulay-tsokolate is also used to refer to the color brown.

This set of activities features clip art by Kari Bolt and Katie Bailey (Little Red’s Clip Art). Check out their online stores by clicking the links below:

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The file also uses a font by Kimberly Geswein.

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Color by Number in Filipino

Pagsasanay sa Pagsulat ng Alpabeto

The PDF file below (at the end of this post) is a collection of Filipino alphabet writing practice sheets.

In the first set of worksheets, the student is asked to trace the uppercase and lowercase letters of the Filipino alphabet. The first page is shown below.

In the second set of worksheets, the student is asked to write the lowercase letter under each uppercase letter of the Filipino alphabet.

In the third set of worksheets, the student is asked to write the uppercase letter above each lowercase letter of the Filipino alphabet.

The fourth and fifth set of worksheets are the same as the second and third sets, respectively, the only difference is that lines are provided as guides for the student while writing.

The sixth and last set of worksheets asks the student to write the missing uppercase and lowercase letters of the Filipino alphabet.

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This file features clip art by Kari Bolt.

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Pagsasanay sa Pagsulat ng Alpabeto

Ang Batang Malusog (Part 3)

The PDF file below is the third and last part of a collection of Filipino worksheets on the topic of being healthy (for kids). This file has three worksheets which ask the student to color the happy face if the practice/activity is good for one’s health and color the sad face if it is an unhealthy practice. There are 10 items per worksheet.

For younger children, the text may be read to them. They children may also be asked why the practice is good or bad for one’s health.

My previous posts on Ang Batang Malusog can be found here and here.

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Ang Batang Malusog (Part 3)

Ang Batang Malusog (Part 2)

The PDF file below is the second part of a collection of Filipino reading sheets and worksheets on the topic of being healthy (for kids). This second part covers three good health practices: bathing, exercising and sleeping.

The part with text may be read to the children. This is followed by a worksheet on the good health practice. The child may be guided in completing the worksheet.

For the reading sheet on sleeping, I provided two versions: one for preschool children (3 to 5 years old), who need 10 to 13 hours of sleep daily; the other is for children from 6 to 13 years old, who need 9 to 11 hours of sleep daily. There is also a boy version and a girl version of the worksheet on sleeping.

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If you have any questions regarding the use of this PDF file, you may e-mail me at samutsamot.mom@gmail.com.

These reading sheets and worksheets feature clip art by Little Red’s Clip Art and Kari Bolt. Click the links below to visit their online stores.

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https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kari-Bolt-Clip-Art

Others illustrations are by Samut-samot Mom or were obtained from openclipart.org.

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Ang Batang Malusog (Part 2)

Ang Batang Malusog (Part 1)

The PDF file below is the first part of a collection of Filipino reading sheets and worksheets on the topic of being healthy (for kids). This first part covers three good health practices: hand washing, eating healthful food, and brushing one’s teeth.

The part with text may be read to the children. This is followed by a worksheet on the good health practice. The child may be guided in completing the worksheet.

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  • This PDF file is for personal and classroom use ONLY.
  • You may print this PDF file and distribute the printouts to your children or students, but you MAY NOT distribute the printouts to other parents or teachers.
  • You MAY NOT share digital copies of this PDF file with anyone. Just refer them to samutsamot.com.
  • You MAY NOT print and distribute this PDF file for profit or use it for any commercial purpose.
  • You MAY NOT upload this PDF file or any part of it in any other website such as (but not limited to) Scribd or SlideShare, or cloud storage sites such as (but not limited to) Google Drive or Dropbox.  The illustrators mentioned below own the copyrights to the clip art images in this PDF file. Uploading this file in another website is an infringement of their copyrights.

If you have any questions regarding the use of this PDF file, you may e-mail me at samutsamot.mom@gmail.com.

These reading sheets and worksheets feature clip art by Little Red’s Clip Art and Kari Bolt. Click the links below to visit their online stores.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Littlered

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kari-Bolt-Clip-Art

Others illustrations are by Samut-samot Mom or were obtained from openclipart.org.

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Ang Batang Malusog (Part 1)

The next part will cover the following good health practices: bathing, exercising, and sleeping.

Krusigrama: Mga Anyong Lupa

The PDF file below has two crossword puzzles in Filipino. The answers are eight landforms in Filipino (kapatagan, lambak, burol, pulo, talampas, bundok, bulkan and bulubundukin). The first crossword has clip art of the different landforms and the student will be asked to identify the landform using the clip art images. The second puzzle has descriptions (in Filipino) for each landform. The answers appear on the page after the blank crossword.

All the clip art used in these two crosswords are by Nedti (Hand Drawn Doodle Digital Clipart Design). Check out their online store at https://www.etsy.com/shop/Nedti.

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  • You may print the PDF file and distribute the printouts to your children or students, but you MAY NOT distribute the printouts to other parents or teachers.
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Krusigrama Anyong Lupa

Magbasa Tayo! (Part 3)

This is my third installment on short reading exercises for beginner readers of Filipino.  There are two PDF files below.

The first one is entitled “Ang Blusa ni Betty.” It is a short reading exercise with several Filipino words that begin with the letter B. There is also a set of multiple-choice questions that the child can answer. The text and illustrations are by Samut-samot Mom.

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Ang Blusa ni Betty

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The second PDF file is entitled “Sa Paaralan.” There is an activity sheet that asks the child to color the objects that may be placed inside a school bag. The kids and teacher clip art images used in the reading exercise are by Kari Bolt. The table and chair set and backpack clip art images are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse.

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Sa Paaralan

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Magbasa Tayo! (Part 2)

This is my second installment on short reading exercises for beginner readers of Filipino.  There are two PDF files below.

The first one is entitled “Sa Hardin.” The second page of this file has illustrations of things that can be found in a garden. The illustrations are labeled with words that the child can trace. The child is also asked to color the illustrations.

The text is by Samut-samot Mom. Except for the butterfly, grass, and plant clip art, the clip art images used here are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse.

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Sa Hardin

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The second PDF file is entitled “Maliliit na Maya.” The second page asks the child to count the birds perched on the branch and write the number inside a box. The clip art images used here are by Samut-samot Mom.

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Maliliit na Maya

maya_1

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Magbasa Tayo! (Part 1)

Several people have requested for reading exercises in Filipino, especially for preschoolers. Below are two short reading exercises for children who are practicing to read in Filipino. The first one is entitled “Ang Bahay Namin.”

The second page has dots under each syllable to help the child read the word. (I just wanted to try this out. Please leave a comment if the dots help in reading.) There is also a cut-and-paste activity where the child can cut and paste together the parts of a house.

The house illustrations are by Samut-samot Mom. The kids clipart are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse.

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Ang Bahay Namin

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The second PDF file is entitled “Lapis at Papel.” There is a multiple-choice set of questions that follows the reading exercise and an activity where the child is asked to trace and color a drawing. The kids clipart are from Educlips (www.edu-clips.com).

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Lapis at Papel

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lapisatpapel_2

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