The PDF file below has 3 pages of worksheets on common emotions and sensations in Filipino. The student is asked to select and circle the word (from three words) which correctly describes what the illustrated child might be feeling.
The first page is the list of 18 Filipino words of common emotions and sensations, and their English translations.
All the clip art images of children in these worksheets are by Kari Bolt. Check out her online store by clicking the link or image below.
The worksheets 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 this PDF file 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.
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Mga Damdamin at Pakiramdam
Summer is almost over. Is your preschooler or first grader ready for school? Here are a few worksheets to help your child prepare for school. You can also save and keep them to review your child during the next school year.
To add to the Preschool Filipino Worksheets Bundle Vol. 2, below are lesson sheets and worksheets on the Filipino words for the parts of the face and body. There is a girl version and a boy version for the worksheets on the parts of the face. But there is only a girl version for the worksheet on the parts of the body. Also included are the Filipino words for the five fingers on the hand.
There is also a PDF file on the Filipino words for different feelings. The student is asked to match the feeling to the face shown.
All the illustrations are by Samut-samot Mom.
You may print and distribute these lesson sheets and worksheets to your students or children, but you may not distribute them for profit or for any commercial purpose.
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Bahagi ng Mukha at Katawan (10 pages)
Buuin ang Puzzle (1 page)
Mga Damdamin (3 pages)
Below is a Filipino version of the chart “How do you feel today?” (Ano ang nararamdaman mo ngayon?). This is a new version of the one I previously posted. The student may be asked to color the face that represents how he or she feels. A box is provided so that the student can draw his or her emotion if he or she can not choose from the emotions shown.
Click on the link, not the thumbnail, to open the pdf file. An English version follows the Filipino version. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute these to others, but you may not do so for profit.
Ano ang Nararamdaman Mo Ngayon
How do you feel today
Last year I posted a Filipino version of the Feelings Chart (see it here). Except for the illustration for tired (pagod), I used the same illustrations to make flashcards for teachers and parents. These may be cut and pasted on pieces of cardboard or cartolina, and shown to a small group of preschoolers or first graders. The flashcards may also be used to make a booklet. Click on the link below to open the 7-page pdf file with the feelings flashcards.
(Click this file for the English version: Feelings_flashcards)
All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute these pages to your children or students, but you may not distribute the files or its printed pages for profit. The thumbnails for the two files are shown below. You may also click on the thumbnails to open the files.
Please leave a comment if you need a different version of these flashcards. For example, you may want flashcards with just the illustrations and without labels.
This post is dedicated to Liza and Shelah, two teachers in Sweden. Hej!
The 2-page pdf file below provides two charts that allow the student to choose how she or he feels today. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may distribute these charts to your students and children, but please do not do so for profit.
The first page shows a chart asking “Ano ang nararamdaman mo ngayon?” A thumbnail is shown below.
The second page shows a chart asking “How do you feel today?” A thumbnail is shown below.
Click on either thumbnail above to open the pdf file.
I was unsure on how to translate the question to Filipino. I could not use “Ano ang pakiramdam mo ngayon?” because the word pakiramdam refers to how one feels physically.
If you have a better Filipino translation for the question “How do you feel today?”, please leave a comment. If you would like to suggest better descriptions of what I wrote on the charts, please leave a comment. If you would like to add more emotions (emotions you think your students may be feeling), you know what to do.