Mga Damdamin

Below is a Filipino version of the chart "How do you feel today?" (Ano ang nararamdaman mo ngayon?).  This is a new version of the one I previously posted. The student may be asked to color the face that represents how he or she feels. A box is provided so that the student can draw his or her emotion if he or she can not choose from the emotions shown. Click on the link, not the thumbnail, to open the pdf file. An English version follows the Filipino version.  All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute these to others, but you may not do so for profit. Ano ang Nararamdaman Mo Ngayon How do you feel today

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Ang Limang Pandama

The pdf file below shows the five senses (pandama) in Filipino, together with the corresponding body parts: paningin (sight), pang-amoy (smell), pandinig (hearing), panlasa (taste), and pansalat (touch).  It may be used as a teaching aid. Click on the link, not the thumbnail, to open the pdf file.  Ang Limang Pandama The first worksheet in the pdf file below asks the student to color the senses or body parts he or she will use for the object shown.  The student may color more than one. It is best to have the student explain his or her answers. The second and third worksheet ask the student to color the sense/body part that he or she will have to use in order to be able to answer the question. The student may color more than one. It is best to have the student explain his or her answers. Click on the link,…

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Mga Karaniwang Salita sa Filipino (Part 2)

The 7-page pdf file below lists common Filipino nouns (pangngalan). These are nouns usually encountered in stories. It may be used to check your student's (or child's) vocabulary in preparation for his or her reading instruction. The lists include: Mga Tao at Nilalang, Mga Lugar at Pook, Mga Hayop, Mga Bagay sa Kalikasan, Mga Bagay at Sasakyan, Bahagi ng Katawan, and Oras at Panahon. Mga Karaniwang Salita_3 For other lists of common Filipino words, click here to view my previous post.

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Mga Karaniwang Salita sa Filipino (Part 1)

If you have a preschooler or teach preschoolers, you may have heard of the term "sight words." Sight words refer to the set of words most frequently used and repeated. Sight words are important in teaching children to read. Children have to learn to quickly recognize and read them on sight. The list of sight words in English can easily be found and downloaded from the Internet. I wanted to make a similar list of Filipino sight words. I started with the commonly used short words (1 to 3-letter Filipino words) and included their variants. I also listed the common Filipino pronouns (panghalip) and their variants. Then the common Filipino adverbs (pang-abay) and conjunctions (pangatnig) came next. Click on the link below to open the pdf file. Mga Karaniwang Salita_1 : A 7-page pdf file with common Filipino words including Filipino pronouns, adverbs, and conjunctions. I also made a list…

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List of Filipino Verbs (Pandiwa)

Below is the link to a 16-page pdf file that alphabetically lists around 400 Filipino verbs (mga pandiwa) in different grammatical tenses. It is best to download and save the file first, and open it with the Adobe Acrobat Reader if you want to print a portion of the file or the entire file.

Mga Pandiwa sa Ibat Ibang Panahunan

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