Mga Salitang Inuulit (New list)

I revised some of the content and added more words to my list of Filipino repeated words (mga salitang inuulit). I incorporated the changes put forth by the Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino in their 2014 Ortograpiyang Pambansa.

Some Filipino words are formed by repeating a root word or base word. The new word obtained from such repetition or duplication would have a meaning different from that of the base word. Examples of such words are araw-araw, sabi-sabi, punit-punit, and pantay-pantay.

There are a few rules when repeating or duplicating Filipino words and these rules are included in the discussion. Several examples and their English definitions are provided for each rule.

The PDF file below has six pages. Click on the link below, not the image, to open the file in another tab.

Mga Salitang Inuulit (2016)

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This PDF file is for personal and classroom use only. You may print and distribute it to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit or use it for any commercial purpose. You also may not upload the 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.

Mga Halaman sa Awit na “Bahay Kubo” Word Search

Below is a PDF file with two word search puzzles in Filipino. The word list for both puzzles are the 18 names of plants mentioned in the song “Bahay Kubo.”

The first word search puzzle has either horizontal (left to right/pahalang) or vertical (up to down/pababa) words. The second puzzle has horizontal, vertical, and diagonal (slanting downward/pahilis) words. There are no words spelled in reverse. The answer key follows each puzzle.

The puzzles are for personal and classroom use only. You may print and distribute these to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit or use these for any commercial purpose. You also 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.

Click on the link below, not the image, to open the PDF file in another tab.

Mga Halaman sa Bahay Kubo Word Search

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Ito Ako! (All About Me)

I wanted to make a Filipino version of an “All About Me” information sheet which a child could fill up with information about himself or herself during the first day of school. The Filipino phrase “Tungkol Sa Akin” (Filipino translation of “about me”) sounded awkward. My husband and daughter thought that the title “Ito Ako!” (“This Is Me!”) sounded better.

The PDF file below is the “Ito Ako!” information sheet. The child can write the following information about himself or herself:

  1. Pangalan (Name)
  2. Kaarawan (Birthday)
  3. Edad (Age)
  4. Tirahan (Address)
  5. Telepono (Telephone number)
  6. Mga Paborito Ko (pagkain, laruan, lugar, palabas o sine) : The child writes down his or her favorite food, toy, place, and show or movie.
  7. Ang Pamilya Ko (My Family) : The child can draw his or her family in the space provided.
  8. Mga Libangan Ko (My Hobbies) : The child draws or lists his or her hobbies or favorite things to do in the space provided.
  9. “Dito ako magaling!” : The child draws or writes the things he or she is good at doing in the circular frame.
  10. “Paglaki ko, gusto ko maging…” : The child draws or writes in the circular frame what he or she wants to become in the future.

You can choose between a boy or a girl on the first page. The second page is the same for boys and girls.

All the clip art images of children in the PDF file are by Kari Bolt. Check out her online store by clicking the link or image below.

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The information sheets are for personal and classroom use only. You may print and distribute these to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit or use these for any commercial purpose. You also 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.

Click on the link below, not the images, to open the PDF file in another tab.

Ito Ako!

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Want other data in these sheets? Leave a comment below.

Syllabication of Filipino Words

IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a very long post. Before you attempt to copy and paste the content of this post, you may click on the link below to open the 7-page PDF file of this post in another tab. Then you may download it and then print and read it later. You may not upload this file or any part of this post in any other website such as Scribd or SlideShare. I have seen people do this and such an act is a copyright infringement. So watch your karma.

Syllabication of Filipino Words

SYLLABICATION OF FILIPINO WORDS

A syllable is one unit of sound that forms the whole or part of a word. In Filipino, a syllable is called pantig and the syllabication of a word is called pagpapantig. When syllabicating words, syllables are separated by a middle dot called the interpunct (•) which is also called the interpoint, middot, or centered dot.

Syllable Forms
A syllable may be comprised of one vowel alone but a consonant needs a vowel to make a syllable. Syllables with two or more letters can have only one vowel. However, a syllable can have one or more consonants. The Filipino word for vowel is patinig (symbol: P) and the word for consonant is katinig (symbol: K).

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More Worksheets for Preschool Bundle Vol. 2

Below are more PDF worksheets which I prepared for the Preschool Filipino Worksheets Bundle Vol. 2. These worksheets teach the Filipino words used for days, months, and several fruits.

Note that according to the Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino, the Filipino word for Wednesday is spelled Miyerkoles instead of Miyerkules.

Several images/clip art in these worksheets were obtained from openclipart.org. The other illustrations were made by me.

You may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not distribute them for profit or for any commercial purpose.

Instead of giving copies of the PDF files to your friends or co-teachers/tutors, please ask them to drop by my blog instead and download it from here. I’d really appreciate it.

Here are the links:

Mga Araw (6 pages)

Kahapon Ngayon Bukas (3 pages)

Mga Buwan (8 pages)

Mga Prutas (8 pages)

Preschool Filipino Worksheets Bundle Vol. 2

Hello, everyone!

I’d like to thank those who purchased the Preschool Filipino Worksheets Bundle Vol. 1. Thank you very much for supporting this blog! I hope you all found the bundle useful.

For those who were not able to avail of the first bundle, I’m giving the second bundle for free. Yes, you read right, it’s totally FREE! But you need to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader (which is also FREE) from this site https://get.adobe.com/reader/otherversions/ in order to view and download the PDF files.

This volume has several PDF files on learning the numbers 1 to 10, and the basic colors and shapes in Filipino. You’d have to give your child/student the worksheets on colors first before giving the worksheets on shapes. Some shapes worksheets ask the child to color the shapes.

I didn’t have time to make thumbnails so you’d just have to click on the links to open the PDF files.

As usual, you may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not distribute them for profit or for any commercial purpose. Instead of giving copies of the PDF files to your friends or co-teachers/tutors, please ask them to drop by my blog instead and download it from here. I’d really appreciate it.

Several images/clip art in these worksheets were obtained from openclipart.org. The other illustrations were made by me.

I hope you guys find this second bundle helpful. If you’d like to see the first bundle, click here.

Best regards,

Samut-samot Mom

P.S. Please help me translate the numbers 1 to 10 from Filipino to another dialect (for example Bisaya, Ilonggo, Bikol, or any of the languages used in the Mother Tongue-based Multilingual Education of the Department of Education). Leave a comment below with the words for the numbers 1 to 10 in your dialect. Don’t forget to include what dialect it is!

 

Here are the links:

Mga Bilang (17 pages, 1.4 MB)

Pagbilang Worksheets (6 pages, 3.4 MB)

Mga Kulay (13 pages, 3 MB)

Mga Hugis (6 pages, 197 KB)

Hugis Worksheets (9 pages, 1.4 MB)

 

 

Preschool Filipino Worksheets Bundle Vol. 1

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I’ve been posting free worksheets since 2012 on this blog. Because this is a personal blog, it is difficult to sift through the posts to find what you need.

To make it easier for people who are searching for worksheets for preschoolers, I’ve made a set of Filipino worksheets that focuses on the following topics:

  • learning the 28 letters of the Filipino alphabet and their correct order;
  • learning words that begin with (or have) the letters of the Filipino alphabet;
  • learning how to write the uppercase and lowercase letters of the Filipino alphabet;
  • learning how to distinguish the Filipino vowels (patinig) from the consonants (katinig);
  • practicing reading two-letter syllables (pantig);
  • practicing reading simple two-syllable Filipino words;
  • identifying the correct word for an object or person;
  • writing the missing syllable to complete simple Filipino words; and
  • practicing reading simple sentences in Filipino.

In this bundle, I used a uniform format for the worksheets to make the bundle look like a workbook. There are also several worksheets in the bundle that are not available for free on this blog. Furthermore, having the PDF bundle makes the search for these types of worksheets easier. You can also print the worksheets anytime you need them at home or in school.

 

SAMUT-SAMOT PRESCHOOL FILIPINO WORKSHEETS BUNDLE Vol. 1

Total number of pages (including cover and copyright page): 126 pages (letter size, 8.5″ x 11″)

File type and number of files: Seven PDF files

Total size of files: 24.3 MB

System requirement: Adobe Acrobat Reader (I recommended downloading the free Adobe Acrobat Reader DC from this site: https://get.adobe.com/reader/otherversions/)

Here is a more detailed list (and some thumbnails) of what’s included in the bundle:

1.  Pagbigkas ng mga titik ng alpabetong Filipino

2.  Pagsasanay sa pagsulat ng malalaki at maliliit na titik ayon sa mga guhit (tuwid, pahilis, pakurba, o paikot na guhit)

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3.  Pasasanay sa pagsulat ng alpabetong Filipino at mga halimbawa ng mga salitang nagsisimula sa bawat titik o may naturang titik

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4.  Pagbuo ng alpabetong Filipino (Isulat ang mga nawawalang titik)

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5.  Pagsulat ng gitnang titik (Isulat ang titik sa gitna ayon sa tamang ayos ng alpabetong Filipino)

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6.  Pagsulat ng maliit na titik sa tabi ng malaking titik

7.  Pagsulat ng malaking titik sa tabi ng maliit na titik

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8.  Itambal ang malaking titik sa tamang maliit na titik

9.  Kulayan ang mga bagay na nagsisimula sa o may titik (A hanggang Z)

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10.  Pagkilala sa patinig at katinig

11.  Itukoy ang mga patinig o katinig

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12.  Bilugan ang pasimulang patinig ng salita para sa larawan

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13.  Bilugan ang unang titik ng salita para sa larawan

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14.  Bilugan ang huling titik ng salita para sa larawan

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15.  Mga uri ng pantig

16.  Pagsasanay sa pagbasa ng mga pantig

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17.  Pagsasanay sa pagbasa ng mga salita na may dalawang pantig

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18.  Pagtukoy sa tamang salita para sa larawan

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19.  Pagsulat ng nawawalang pantig upang mabuo ang salita

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20.  Pagtukoy sa naiibang salita

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21.  Pagsasanay sa pagbasa ng mga pangungusap

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22. Tula: Ang Munting Langgam

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If you would like to pre-order this PDF worksheets bundle for your child or for your work as a teacher or tutor, please send me an e-mail at samutsamot.mom “at” gmail.com and I will personally contact you via e-mail for the details. If you have any questions about this bundle, please include them in your e-mail.

Upon purchase of this bundle, it is understood that you agree to and accept the following Terms of Use.

 

TERMS OF USE

You are permitted to print and photocopy the pages of this product for personal or home use and multi-classroom use.

You are prohibited from copying this product or any part of it and placing it on the Internet in any form such as a blog or classroom website.

You are granted a single and nontransferable license to use this product. You are prohibited from giving this product or a copy of it to someone else. This prohibition includes, but is not limited to, electronic file transfers such as e-mailing or sharing through a website, cloud, or network. If you are a parent, sharing the product with another parent who is not your spouse is prohibited. If you are a teacher or tutor, sharing it with another teacher or tutor for his or her own students is prohibited.

You may copy and store this product on another device that is yours for personal and private use. A third-party must not be able to access the product.

You are prohibited from copying or modifying this product to give to others for free, for sale, or for any commercial purpose.

The author cannot be held responsible for the loss, accidental deletion, or damage of the product after its initial receipt through e-mail.

You may provide a direct link to the blog https://samutsamot.com/ if you are reviewing the product or recommending it through social media websites.

 

 

“Ang Aking Pamilya” Booklet

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Here’s an activity children can do at home and share their work in school. The pdf file below makes a booklet about one’s family members. This activity aims to encourage the child to spend some time getting to know his/her family members better.

The child is asked to interview his/her family members so he/she can fill up the information in the booklet (in Filipino). The child will fill up or ask the following information about each family member:

  1. Full name (Buong pangalan)
  2. The name the child uses to call the family member (Ang tawag ko sa kanya)
  3. Birthday and age (Kaarawan at edad)
  4. Hobbies (Mga hilig)
  5. Favorite food (Paboritong pagkain)
  6. Favorite place to go to (Paboritong lugar na puntahan)
  7. Special talent or knowledge, or most important achievement (Espesyal na talent o talino, o pinakamahalagang nagawa)

There is a frame at the top of the page in which a photo of the family member may be pasted or glued. Instead of a photo, the child may also make his/her own drawing of the family member.

There are two pages for kapatid (sibling), and two blank pages in case the child has more than two siblings or if he/she would like to include other people in his/her household or even pets.

The booklet also has a page for the child to draw or glue a photo of his/her family during a reunion, a special occasion, or a holiday they spent together. The child may write a sentence or two about his/her drawing or photo. The last page of the booklet has spaces for each family member interviewed by the child to write a short message for him/her.

How to make the “Ang Aking Pamilya” booklet:

  1. Print pages 1 and 2 back-to-back on one sheet of short (letter) bond paper.
  2. Print pages 3 and 4 back-to-back on one sheet of short (letter) bond paper.
  3. Print pages 5 and 6 back-to-back on one sheet of short (letter) bond paper.
  4. Print pages 7 and 8 back-to-back on one sheet of short (letter) bond paper.
  5. Fold each sheet in half.
  6. Put the 4 folded sheets together by arranging them according to the page numbers at the bottom corner of each page of the booklet.
  7. Staple the middle portion of the booklet.

There are two versions of this booklet. The first one (Ang Aking Pamilya Booklet_1) has circular frames and the second one has square frames (Ang Aking Pamilya Booklet_2). Click the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file in another tab.

Ang Aking Pamilya Booklet_1

Ang Aking Pamilya Booklet_2

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You may print and distribute these booklets to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit or commercial purposes. If you would like me to make another version of this booklet with different information (for example, favorite color or favorite song), please leave a comment below.

Filipino Family Tree Activity Sheet

I was inspired to make this activity sheet by a reader of this blog (Hi, Jean!) who asked if I had worksheets on the topic “Family Tree.”

The pdf file below is a Filipino family tree with frames where the child can glue photos of his or her family members. The child may also draw the family members. The space beneath each frame is for the name of the family member. Additional frames are provided so the child can extend his “family tree” to include additional siblings, uncles, aunts, cousins, and even pets. For an extended family tree, additional sheets may be taped on either side of the activity sheet.

The tree clipart is from openclipart.org. You may download and print these activity sheets for your children or students, but you may not do so for profit or commercial purposes.

Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the file in another tab.

Aking Pamilya

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If you want the English version, click the link below.

My Family

You or your child can also make a family tree with the frames below. Click on the frame to open the png file in another tab. Then right click the image and choose “Save Image As” to download the frame. These png files are for personal and classroom use only.

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Mga Alagang Hayop at Hayop sa Kabukiran

The pdf file below is a lesson sheet showing the Filipino names for pets. The English translations of these names are also included. The illustrations for the aso, pusa, and tandang are by samutsamot_mom.  All other images were obtained from clker.com and are public domain.

You may print and distribute this sheet to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Mga Alagang Hayop

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The pdf file below is a lesson sheet showing the Filipino names for animals that are commonly seen in farms in the Philippines. The English translations of these names are also included. The illustration for the tandang is by samutsamot_mom.  All other images were obtained from clker.com and are public domain.

You may print and distribute this sheet to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file.

Mga Hayop sa Kabukiran

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