Mga Bilang 1 Hanggang 10 Worksheets (Part 2)

The worksheets in this post are for personal and classroom use only. You may print and distribute these to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit or use these for any commercial purpose. You also may not upload these PDF files or any part of it in any other website such as (but not limited to) Scribd or SlideShare, or cloud storage sites such as (but not limited to) Google Drive or Dropbox.

You might be wondering why I have to provide links to the online stores or websites of the clip art illustrators. Providing credit is part of the Terms of Use when I purchase clip art or use free clip art images.

The PDF file Mga Bilang_2 below has handwriting practice worksheets that practices a child’s ability to write the numbers 1 through 10 and the corresponding Filipino number names. This PDF file uses clip art by the following:

1. Children Holding Up Numbers (Chapulines Collection)
I couldn’t resist using these adorable kid clip art images from Chapulines Collection.
www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Chapulines-Collection
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www.chapulines-collection.com

2. Pencil Numbers (Trioriginals by Patti Fortune)
www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Trioriginals

3. Pencil and Smiley Face (Creative Clips Clipart by Krista Wallden)
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden

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Mga Bilang_2

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The PDF file Pagbilang School Supplies below asks the student to count the school supplies in each box and write the number on the lines provided. This PDF file uses clip art images from the following:

1. Little Red’s Schoolhouse

Little Red's credit imagehttps://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Littlered

2.Teacher Karma
www.teacherkarma.com
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3. Sticky Foot Studio
www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Sticky-Foot-Studio

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Pagbilang School Supplies

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The PDF file below asks the student to count the number of fingers each child is holding up and find the correct number on the next page. The student is instructed to cut and paste the number on the picture of the child holding up the same number of fingers. One worksheet has the numbers 1 to 10 in order. The other worksheet has the numbers scrambled.

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Gupit-Dikit: Mga Bilang

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The cute candy clip art images in the worksheet below are by Educlips (www.edu-clips.com).

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Pagbilang sa Filipino

I have taken a couple of weeks off from making worksheets and have been working on an article on counting in Filipino. Although this post is categorized under Filipino Lessons, it is more of an informative piece than a lesson. I hope it will help you in some way. – samutsamot_mom

Below is a link to a 7-page pdf article that is about counting in Filipino from one to one million.

Pagbilang sa Filipino

This article includes the following sections:

  1. Pagbilang mula 1 hanggang 100 sa wikang Filipino
  2. Pagbilang mula 1 hanggang 100 hango sa wikang Espanyol
  3. Pagbilang mula 100 hanggang 1,000
  4. Pagbilang mula 1,000 hanggang 10,000
  5. Pagbilang mula 10,000 hanggang 1,000,000

Sections 3 to 5 have examples of complex numbers which use one or more of the nine basic or simple numbers (1 to 9) and one or more of the words that express groups of hundreds (pu), thousands (libo), and millions (milyon).

With more than three hundred years under Spanish colonization, Filipinos have borrowed or adapted the number words from the Spanish language. Although the pronunciations of these number words are similar to the Spanish pronunciations, the spelling of these words are based on the Filipino alphabet. For example, 20 in Spanish is spelled veinte and in Filipino, it is spelled beynte or bente.

Many Filipinos still use these borrowed words to tell time, specify one’s age, a year, the amount of money, or the number of things. Some examples of telling time using these borrowed words are given below.

1:05   “ala-una beynte uno”

4:15   “alas-kuwatro kinse”

6:30   “alas-seis treynta”

7:22   “alas-siyete beynte y dos”

We use these number words to specify a year or a decade.

1521  “mil kinyentos beynte uno”

1890  “mil otso siyentos nobenta”

1975  “mil nuwebe siyentos setenta y singko”

70’s  “dekada setenta”

90’s  “dekada nobenta”

We also use these numbers to indicate a person or thing’s age.

Si Maria ay kinse anyos. (Maria is fifteen years old.)

I have not made any worksheets on this topic but you may request for them by leaving a comment. Please specify the highest number in the worksheet you need.

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