Magbasa Tayo!: Maikling Talata

Here are three reading comprehension exercises in Filipino for primary grade students. Each exercise has a short and simple paragraph and six multiple-choice questions. Please read the Terms of Use in the PDF file. Downloading the file means you agree to abide by the Terms of Use. To print the downloaded PDF file, open the file in Adobe Acrobat Reader. Select the letter paper size and in the Print window, select the option Fit. Click on the title below to open the PDF file in another tab. From there, you can download the file. Magbasa Tayo!: Maikling Talata_Ayla Maya Gino

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Bagong Kuwento: Si Goldy at ang Tatlong Oso

Here's a different version of the fairy tale Goldilocks and the Three Bears in Filipino, which I wrote. You can print each page of the PDF file (letter-sized page), cut each page in two pieces along the middle line guide, collate the pages, and fasten or clip them together to make the storybook. The learner can also color the drawings after reading the story. The Terms of Use are on the first two pages of the PDF file. If you download the file, it is understood that you agree to abide by the Terms of Use. You may not upload the PDF file in another website or share it with others as an attachment in an email. Please just give them the link to this post. The clip art images in the PDF file are by Kari Bolt. Click on the image below to go to her online store. Click…

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Beginning Readers of Filipino (Part 1)

The PDF files in this post are based on my previous posts on Pagbasa sa Filipino: Maliliit na Maya and Kaya Ko! I've changed some sentences and added new ones to fit the booklet format. If you want the instructions on how to assemble the booklet, you can view it here. As usual, the Terms of Use are on the first two pages of the PDF files. If you download these files, it is understood that you agree to abide by the Terms of Use. You may not upload these PDF files in another website or share it with others as an attachment in an email. Please just give them the link to this post. The clip art images in these files are by Kari Bolt and Little Red, though some are drawn by me. Click the images (logos) below to go to their online shops in teacherspayteachers.com. Click on…

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Ano ito? Series (Part 2)

Here's my second installment to the Ano ito? Series for beginning readers of Filipino. If you haven't seen the first post, you can click here. Instructions on how to assemble the booklet are in that post. The links to the two PDF files are below. Terms of Use are on the first two pages of the PDF files. If you download these files, it is understood that you agree to abide by the Terms of Use. Ano ito? Series_bata bag atis Ano ito? Series_damo daga ahas

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Ano ito? Series: For beginning readers of Filipino

Hello, everyone! I would like to thank the people who sent me messages and comments. I’m sorry I was not able to reply to you personally, but I appreciate all your comments and encouragement. I’m very happy knowing that my resources have helped you in teaching your kids and students. I started making new reading materials for beginning readers of Filipino a couple of months back and I was not able to post them. I know some of you have been looking and asking for this kind of material. Now that lots of students are in the middle of the community lockdown in the Philippines, I think this would be a good time to post some of them. The links below will open PDF files with pages that you can make into half letter-sized booklets. You can print them, cut them in half, arrange the pages as you wish, punch…

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