Pagsasanay sa Pagsulat ng Alpabeto

The PDF file below (at the end of this post) is a collection of Filipino alphabet writing practice sheets. In the first set of worksheets, the student is asked to trace the uppercase and lowercase letters of the Filipino alphabet. The first page is shown below. In the second set of worksheets, the student is asked to write the lowercase letter under each uppercase letter of the Filipino alphabet. In the third set of worksheets, the student is asked to write the uppercase letter above each lowercase letter of the Filipino alphabet. The fourth and fifth set of worksheets are the same as the second and third sets, respectively, the only difference is that lines are provided as guides for the student while writing. The sixth and last set of worksheets asks the student to write the missing uppercase and lowercase letters of the Filipino alphabet. By downloading this PDF…

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Preschool Filipino Worksheets Bundle Vol. 1

Please note that this bundle is NOT FREE. This bundle is FOR SALE. This bundle and the Filipino Worksheets Bundle Volume 2 (2018) are (so far) the only things in my blog that are NOT FREE. All the other worksheets in this blog are free. I've been posting free worksheets since 2012 on this blog. Because this is a personal blog, it is difficult to sift through the posts to find what you need. To make it easier for people who are searching for worksheets for preschoolers, I've made a set of Filipino worksheets that focuses on the following topics: learning the 28 letters of the Filipino alphabet and their correct order; learning words that begin with (or have) the letters of the Filipino alphabet; learning how to write the uppercase and lowercase letters of the Filipino alphabet; learning how to distinguish the Filipino vowels (patinig) from the consonants (katinig);…

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Alpabetong Filipino Tracing Sheets

The two pdf files below (Alpabetong Filipino_1 and Alpabetong Filipino_2) list the 28 letters of the Filipino alphabet. Each letter is accompanied by an illustration of an object or person whose name begins with (or has) the letter. The student may trace the letter and write the letter on the remaining line space. The student may also trace the name for the object or person. Each page has 4 letters of the Filipino alphabet. Alpabetong Filipino_1 is appropriate for preschoolers. Alpabetong Filipino_2 is appropriate for Grade 1 students. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom except for the following which were obtained from clker.com and are public domain: isda, manok, puno, susi, bahay, cellphone, ibon, jack, kamay, volleyball, and zebra. You may print and distribute these files to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit. Click on the links below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf…

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Mga Titik W at Y

The pdf file below has pages with illustrations of objects that begin with the Filipino letters W and Y.  I did not include the letter X and Z because most words that begin with these letters are borrowed words. Students may be asked to color the illustrations after reading the words. Thumbnails of the pages are shown below. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the file. Titik W at Y All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom except for the water lily and wreath, which were downloaded from the site clker.com. The site claims that the clip art are public domain.  To avoid infringement of copyright laws, please do not use these worksheets for commercial purposes. You may print and distribute these worksheets to you children or students, but please do not do so for profit. For the letters A, B, D, and E, click here to view…

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Mga Titik T, U, at V

The pdf file below has pages with illustrations of objects that begin with the Filipino letters T, U, and V.  Students may be asked to color the illustrations after reading the words. Thumbnails of the pages are shown below. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the file. Titik T U at V All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom except for the following, which were downloaded from the site clker.com: the loaf of breaf (tinapay) and tiger (tigre); the brain (utak) and monkey (unggoy); and, the van, valentine, and volleyball. The site claims that the clip art are public domain.  To avoid infringement of copyright laws, please do not use these worksheets for commercial purposes. The Ivatan people comprise a Filipino ethnolinguistic group living in the Batanes Islands. The vakul is a headgear made of abaca fiber designed to protect the wearer from the rain and the heat…

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