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 Katie Bailey (Little Red’s Clip Art). Check out their online stores by clicking the links below:

The file also uses a font by Kimberly Geswein.

By downloading this PDF file, you agree to the following:

  1. This PDF file is for personal and classroom use ONLY.
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Color by Number in Filipino


Preschool Filipino Worksheets Bundle Vol. 2

Hello, everyone!

I’d like to thank those who purchased the Preschool Filipino Worksheets Bundle Vol. 1. Thank you very much for supporting this blog! I hope you all found the bundle useful.

For those who were not able to avail of the first bundle, I’m giving the second bundle for free. Yes, you read right, it’s totally FREE! But you need to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader (which is also FREE) from this site in order to view and download the PDF files.

This volume has several PDF files on learning the numbers 1 to 10, and the basic colors and shapes in Filipino. You’d have to give your child/student the worksheets on colors first before giving the worksheets on shapes. Some shapes worksheets ask the child to color the shapes.

I didn’t have time to make thumbnails so you’d just have to click on the links to open the PDF files.

As usual, you may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not distribute them for profit or for any commercial purpose. Instead of giving copies of the PDF files to your friends or co-teachers/tutors, please ask them to drop by my blog instead and download it from here. I’d really appreciate it.

Several images/clip art in these worksheets were obtained from The other illustrations were made by me.

I hope you guys find this second bundle helpful. If you’d like to see the first bundle, click here.

Best regards,

Samut-samot Mom

P.S. Please help me translate the numbers 1 to 10 from Filipino to another dialect (for example Bisaya, Ilonggo, Bikol, or any of the languages used in the Mother Tongue-based Multilingual Education of the Department of Education). Leave a comment below with the words for the numbers 1 to 10 in your dialect. Don’t forget to include what dialect it is!


Here are the links:

Mga Bilang (17 pages, 1.4 MB)

Pagbilang Worksheets (6 pages, 3.4 MB)

Mga Kulay (13 pages, 3 MB)

Mga Hugis (6 pages, 197 KB)

Hugis Worksheets (9 pages, 1.4 MB)



Mga Kulay Worksheets

The pdf file below has six worksheets that teach the student the Filipino names for several colors. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the file in another tab.

Mga Kulay

The first worksheet asks the student to color each crayon according to the color label.


The succeeding worksheets introduce each color and three items that have that color. The student is also asked to practice writing the color name. The student may be asked to color the crayon and the objects shown.


In the last worksheet, the student is asked to identify the color of the objects shown and color them accordingly.


The crayon clipart is by samutsamot_mom. The images for dalandan, kalabasa, saging, damo, ubas, talong, sibuyas, sapatos, sinturon, buhok, medyas, tsokolate, mangga, tissue, and STOP sign are also by samutsamot_mom. All the other images were obtained from

I chose to use the words bughaw and luntian for the colors blue and green, respectively. However, if you would like to use the Spanish-based words asul and berde, you may leave a comment below, so I can make another version of the worksheets with these words.

The word dalandan refers to the citrus fruit that is native to the Philippines. If an object is orange-colored, it can be described as kulay dalandan.  The word tsokolate is the Filipino word for chocolate.  If an object is brown or dark brown in color, it may be described as kulay tsokolate.  The word kayumanggi is used to refer to the brown color of the skin of people such as Filipinos. It is not typically used to refer to the brown color of objects.

You may print and distribute these worksheets to your students or children, but please do not do so for profit. Watch your karma.

Below is the berde-asul version of the Mga Kulay worksheets.

Mga Kulay_2

The PDF file below are for those who use the words berde, asul, and ube (for green, blue, and violet, respectively).

Mga Kulay_3