Below are the thumbnails of a pdf file with three worksheets that ask the student to connect the two objects that go together. The instructions are in Filipino. Click any of the thumbnails below to open the 3-worksheet pdf file. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute these worksheets to your students or children, but please do not do so for profit. If you would like the same three worksheets above without the labels for the things, click the link below. Mga Bagay na Magkasama_No labels
Below are the thumbnails to four preschool or first grade Filipino worksheets. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. Click on the thumbnail to open the pdf file. You may distribute these worksheets to your students or children, but please do not distribute them for profit. 1. The 2-page worksheet below asks the child to count the objects and circle the correct number of the objects. 2. This worksheet asks the child to write the number word to complete the description of each picture. 3. This worksheet asks the child to write a sentence with a verb to describe what the lion is doing in each picture. 4. This word search asks the child to search for the animal words in the puzzle. The pdf file below is not a worksheet. It has the lyrics of the song "Sampung Mga Daliri."
I thought I posted these preschool handwriting worksheets months ago. It turns out that I forgot to publish it. You may download, print, and photocopy the handwriting worksheets below for your preschoolers. Please do not distribute them for profit. Below are the thumbnails of the 2-page handwriting worksheet on Filipino numbers from 1 to 10 (mga bilang mula isa hanggang sampu). Click on the link below to download the pdf file. Mga Bilang (1-10) Below are the thumbnails of the 2-page handwriting worksheet on the Filipino names for different shapes (mga hugis). Note that the Filipino words biluhaba and habilog are both used for the oval shape. Click on the link below to download the pdf file. Mga Hugis
The pdf worksheets below are free. You may distribute them to your students or children. Please do not photocopy and distribute them for profit. The two worksheets below are about the Filipino names for the twelve months. The worksheet on the left asks the student to arrange and write the months in correct order. The worksheet on the right asks the student to write the month that comes after the given month. The worksheet below asks the student to circle the correct Filipino name of the shape. The worksheet below asks the student to circle the object with a different shape. The following clipart images were obtained from openclipart.org: oval frame, soccer ball, chalkboard, chessboard, pen, key, pie slice, flock of birds, pizza slice, Rubik's cube, and globe. The worksheet below asks the student to match the halves of a shape.
This post is dedicated to Katrina because she requested for worksheets on animal sounds (mga huni o tunog ng hayop) in Filipino. Feel free to download, save, print, photocopy, and distribute them to your students or children. Please do not copy any part of any of the worksheets and/or distribute them for profit. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. All worksheets use the same animal illustrations: cat/pusa, dog/aso, rooster/tandang, hen/inahin, frog/palaka, bee/bubuyog, bird/ibon, cow/baka, water buffalo/kalabaw, duck/pato, goat/kambing, pig/baboy, and snake/ahas. According to the latest edition of the UP Diksyonaryong Filipino, unga is the sound of a kalabaw, baka and similar animals. In the worksheets posted here, both the kalabaw and baka make the sound unga. Note that different Filipino elementary textbooks may have different sounds for some of the animals. For example, a dog's bark may be baw-waw instead of aw-aw, and a cat's meow may be miyaw instead of…