Pagtambalin ang mga Pantig

If you will be teaching Filipino syllables (mga pantig), below is the link to a PDF file with 4 worksheets. These worksheets ask the learner to match a 3-letter syllable to another 3-letter syllable to create a Filipino word. The learner is asked to write the complete word on the rightmost column. The example given matches the syllables suk and lay to make the word suklay. Look at the preview below. Most syllables are of the form KPK (katinig-patinig-katinig). Note that ng is considered to be one letter (a consonant or katinig) in the Filipino alphabet, so a syllable like mang is a 3-letter syllable (KPK form). The Terms of Use are given in the same PDF file. If you download the PDF file and use the worksheets, it is understood that you have agreed to abide by the terms. You can also read the Terms of Use in the…

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Pantig Worksheets (Part 1)

This post is dedicated to Helen who requested worksheets on the syllabication of Filipino words (pagpapantig) for Grade 1 students. You may download, save, print, photocopy, and distribute these worksheets to your children or students. Please do not copy any part of any of the worksheets posted in this blog or distribute them for profit. The clipart for the words bundok, sanggol, gusali, plantsa, and plaslayt were obtained from openclipart.org.  All the other illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. The two worksheets below ask the student to write the missing syllable to complete the word for the illustration shown. Similar worksheets for preschool or first grade students may be found here. 1.  Isulat ang Pantig_4 2.  Isulat ang Pantig_5 The two worksheets below ask the student to identify the type of the underlined syllable (P, KP, PK, KPK, KKP, KPKK, or KKPK) where P stands for patinig (vowel) and K stands for…

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