Alpabetong Filipino Handwriting Practice Sheets (D’Nealian Manuscript)

In my previous post, I uploaded handwriting practice sheets using the Zaner Bloser style. This time, I created Filipino alphabet handwriting practice sheets using the D'Nealian style manuscript. The letters in Zaner Bloser are upright, while those in D'Nealian are slightly slanted. I don't know if preschools in the Philippines teach the D'Nealian manuscript, but people say that it makes the transition to cursive writing easier. The pages also have the area below the dashed line colored light gray. This would help the students determine where to write the small letters. Lowercase letters with heads (b, d, f, h, k, l, and t) have lines that go above the shaded area. Lowercase letters with tails (g, j, p, q, y) have lines that go below the shaded area. See the thumbnail for the letter A below. If you download this resource, it is understood that you agree to abide by…

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2019 Alpabetong Filipino Writing Sheets

I'd like to welcome all the new subscribers to my blog. Thank you very much for subscribing! To make up for the time I did not post any worksheets, I'm excited to share with you a new set of Filipino alphabet practice writing sheets. I recently purchased a large set of fonts from fonts4teachers.com and some of them have numbered arrow guides for young learners who are just starting to write letters. I used these fonts for the writing sheets I've made. I used the Zaner Bloser letters (upright letters) for manuscript printing, but I also have a font with D'Nealian letters (slightly slanted letters). If you would like the letters in D'Nealian, please send me a message or leave a comment. For my new subscribers, please note that I create these worksheets using clip art I purchased from teacherspayteachers.com. There's tons of free stuff that you can get from…

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New! Mga Araw sa Isang Linggo Worksheets

I was asked by someone who purchased the Preschool Filipino Worksheets Bundles to change the worksheets on the days of the week with Sunday (Linggo) as the first day instead of Monday (Lunes). I've made the adjustments to those worksheets and decided to post it here for everyone. (According to the Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino, Miyerkoles is spelled with the letter O.) 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. Mga Araw sa Isang Linggo

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Samut-samot Filipino Worksheets Bundle Volume 2 (2018)

The bundle image above was designed using graphics by Kari Bolt (link below) and Lisa Glanz (www.lisaglanz.com). After months of working on-and-off on this huge bundle, I'm happy to announce that it's finally available. This new bundle is a compilation of concepts taught in kindergarten and first grade. Like Volume 1, this bundle is for sale and it is a set of several PDF files. All the instructions and labels on the worksheets and lesson sheets of this product are in Filipino. Only the Terms of Use and Product Description are in English. The pages in this bundle are black and white, not colored. The bundle includes alternate pages for certain topics. For example, in the PDF file Mga Hugis, there are three pages for the oval shape, i.e., obalo, biluhaba, and habilog. In the PDF file Mga Bahagi ng Katawan, there are boy and girl versions of the lessons…

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Color by Number in Filipino

Here are two Color by Number activities in Filipino. It has two versions. One uses the color words asul, berde, and kahel (for the colors blue, green, and orange) and another that uses bughaw, luntian, and kulay-dalandan for the same colors. This is part of the next bundle I'm currently working on. If you wish to change the Filipino names for the colors, please leave a comment so I can post another version. Aside from the words kahel and kulay-dalandan, the word narangha is also used to refer to the color orange. (You might be wondering why it is called kulay-dalandan since the dalandan fruit is colored dark green. The word refers to color of the fruit inside, when it is peeled.) Aside from the word kayumanggi, the word kulay-tsokolate is also used to refer to the color brown. This set of activities features clip art by Kari Bolt and…

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