Magbasa Tayo!: Ang Bagyo

Happy new year to all! Here's another installment to my Magbasa Tayo! series. Our region was recently hit by typhoon Tisoy, leaving most of the provinces without power for many days, so this reading passage was inspired by that. If you would like to see more short reading passages, you may type the phrase "magbasa tayo" in the Search box on the right. Click on the title or the download button below to open the PDF file in another tab. Please read the Terms of Use on the first two pages of the PDF file. If you download the file, it is understood that you have agreed to abide by the Terms of Use. Ang-BagyoDownload

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Magbasa Tayo!: Ang Larawan ni Tina

Here's a short Filipino reading passage for beginning readers. An activity sheet follows the reading passage. Please abide by the Terms of Use indicated in the PDF file. You may not distribute this file or printed copies of it for profit. Clip art images are from Little Red's Clip Art and Krista Wallden-Creative Clips. Ang Larawan ni TinaDownload

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Magbasa Tayo!: Ang Liham ni Joshua

Welcome, new subscribers! Here's a new reading comprehension exercise in Filipino. Students can read a letter written by a child to his grandparents. In the letter, Joshua thanks his grandparents for their Christmas present and gives them the good news that he has learned how to ride a bike. There are two sets of reading comprehension questions for the students to answer. In the first set, students are asked to answer the questions in complete sentences. There are multiple-type questions in the second set. You may type "magbasa tayo" in the Search box to see my other posts that have reading exercises. Please leave a comment below if you notice an error in the file. You may also leave suggestions on how the letter can be improved or add more comprehension questions. Click the title link below or the Download button, not the image, to open the PDF file. If…

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Tula: Maglaro Tayo!

Here's a Filipino poem I wrote about games Filipino children play. And I don't mean digital games. Feel free to use it in any way you want for your students. You can ask them to memorize the poem, present a choral poetry performance, or maybe use it in a skit. Or you can simply post it on your bulletin board for your students to read. The image below is the first part of the poem. The poem has two pages. I also provided another page where you can find the entire poem. The first page of the PDF file contains its Terms of Use. Downloading the PDF file means you agree to abide by these terms. The clip art images and fonts used in this product are owned by the artists mentioned in the Credits Page of the PDF file. The clip art images used in this product are by…

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Magbasa Tayo!: Ang Utos ni Nanay

This is another installment to the set of Magbasa Tayo! worksheets. It includes a short story, several multiple-choice questions about the story, and a short-answer question. The short story and questions are in Filipino. I did not indicated the grade level because it would be best for you to judge whether the story is appropriate for your child's (or student's) reading level. The first page of the PDF file contains its Terms of Use. Downloading the PDF file means you agree to abide by these terms. The clip art images and fonts used in this product are owned by the artists mentioned in the Credits Page of the PDF file.  Click on the link below, not the image, to open the PDF file in a new tab. Ang Utos ni Nanay The clip art images used in this product are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse and Kari Bolt.

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