In the each of the five worksheets in the pdf file below, the student is asked to draw a circle around the correct word for the illustration shown. The student chooses among three words. These are the follow-up worksheets after the student practices reading the words in the practice sheets posted here. You may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit. The photo for piso is from John Alan Elson (Wikipedia). Click on the link below to open the pdf file in another tab. Piliin ang Tamang Salita
Below are two sets of practice sheets for children (or adults) who are beginning to read in Filipino. The two pdf files below have two-syllable Filipino words for students to practice on. The students are asked to read both syllables and combine them to form the Filipino word for the picture shown. There are 12 pages and 72 Filipino words in total. Some of the images were downloaded from openclipart.org and pixabay.com. The rest are by samutsamot_mom. The photo for piso is from John Alan Elson (Wikipedia). Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the file in a new tab. You may print and distribute these practice sheets to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit. Pagbasa ng mga Salita_1 Pagbasa ng mga Salita_2
Para sa imo ini, 'Nay! ("This is for you, Mom!" in Bikol) This short story was written by my late mother, Jean Llorin, a long time ago in English. A few years back, she asked me to draw pictures to go with her story. I've translated the story in Filipino and added a few more important details that I felt the story needed. A thumbnail of the first page is shown below. Click on the link (title) below, not the thumbnail, to open the 4-page PDF file. All illustrations are by Samut-samot Mom. Feel free to share this story with your children, students, and friends, but do not do so for profit or my mother's ghost will haunt you! Please note that I am not a writer (I'm actually an engineering graduate), so feel free to leave comments on how I can improve the story. Thanks! Ang Parabula ng mga…
The pdf file below has a poem about ants (langgam) and a writing exercise for students. Click on the link, not the thumbnails, to open the 3-page pdf file. Munting Langgam The poem, its accompanying drawing, and the illustrations on the writing exercise page are by samutsamot_mom. Feel free to print and distribute the reading and writing exercise to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit. Have you written a Filipino poem, short story, or reading exercise for beginner readers? If you would like me to make it into a pdf file to be shared freely with other Filipino teachers and parents who come across this blog, please leave a comment. Thank you!
The pdf file below has a poem on rainbows (bahaghari) in Filipino. In the next page, the child is asked to color the rainbow with the colors listed. Click on the link, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file. Bahaghari The poem and its accompanying drawing are by samutsamot_mom. The rainbow clipart in the second page was obtained from clker.com. Feel free to print and distribute the file to your children or students, but please do not do so for profit.