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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Free Printable 2021 Calendar

I have been looking for 2021 calendars, but none were available in department stores and bookstores. So, I made my own. This PDF file has a simple printable black-and-white calendar. The spaces are blank, so you can write your own notes, reminders, and holidays. It is not like the previous calendar I made with DepEd reminders. This calendar is FREE for personal use only. The pages are designed to be printed on letter-sized (short) paper. You may email them to your friends and family. However, commercial distribution (for profit) and uploading to other websites, like Scribd and Instagram, are not allowed. Click on the Download button below to view and download the PDF file in another tab. Free-Printable-2021-CalendarDownload Happy new year! P.S. Someone requested for a Filipino version. What a great idea! Click the download button below to get the Filipino version of the 2021 calendar. Libreng-2021-KalendaryoDownload

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Listahan ng mga Karaniwang Salita

Below is a PDF file that lists 150 common Filipino words that would be most frequently encountered by learners reading Filipino reading materials. The words are presented in 15 lists (10 words per list) and ranked by frequency. It was loosely based on the Dolch Sight Words and Fry Sight Words for English words. I have removed the common nouns and color words that were included in those lists to be able to add the more frequently used Filipino words. Though I tried to keep related Filipino words together, I had to consider the frequency of certain words. So words that you think are related (Filipino pronouns, for example) are not all listed in the same list. Each page has 3 lists and each list has 10 words. You can cut the page along the dashed lines to have 3 lists. You also need to cut off both left and…

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New Resources Page and Recommended Sites

Hello to all! I’ve recently added a new page under the Resources menu item. The new page called “Reading Passages” features the PDF files with reading passages and poems that I’ve posted on this blog. Just click the down arrow next to Resources on the top menu and select Reading Passages. Since many families might be looking for online resources while under quarantine, I thought I would recommend a few. 1. Teacher Abi’s Worksheets If you want more resources in Filipino, Teacher Abi has posted a lot of free resources on her blog. She has modules with reading passages and comprehension questions, as well as other activities. This is a great source of teaching materials for parents and teachers. 2. Super Teacher Worksheets This was my go-to site for English worksheets when I was homeschooling my daughter many years ago, when they used to be free. Now they offer worksheets…

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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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