Filipino Sight Words Worksheets

This new set of worksheets is dedicated to the new followers of this blog and those who purchased my worksheets bundles. Thank you very much for your support!

The PDF file below is a set of lesson sheets and worksheets on eight Filipino sight words ang, mga. ng, at, sa, ay, ito, and may. The child first practices writing and recognizing the word with the lesson sheet. A worksheet or two follows each lesson sheet.

The first page of the PDF file contains its Terms of Use. Downloading the PDF file means you agree to abide by these terms. The clip art images and fonts used in this product are owned by the artists mentioned in the Credits Page of the PDF file.  Click on the link below, not the images, to open the PDF file in a new tab.

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Ang Pagbabahin ni Pabling (Maikling Kuwento)

I’m happy to share with you a short story (in Filipino) that I’ve written about a young monkey trying to find the solution to his persistent sneezing. I’ve also made some questions about the story that the student can answer to test his or her comprehension. The PDF file has three pages for the story and two pages for the questions.

I thought this would be a nice read-aloud story for young students or an introduction to reading Filipino words that end in -ing or -in.

I drew the illustrations of the monkey in the PDF file. The PDF file also features clip art by Kari Bolt and Little Red’s Clipart. A font by Kimberly Geswein was also used. Check out their online stores by clicking the links below:

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  1. This PDF file is for personal and classroom use ONLY.
  2. You may print this PDF file and distribute the printouts to your children or students, but you MAY NOT distribute the printouts to other parents or teachers. Just refer them to samutsamot.com.
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Ang Pagbabahin ni Pabling

Ang Bahay na Gawa ni Lucas

The tale “This is the House That Jack Built” is a nursery rhyme that is described to be a cumulative tale or a chain tale in which the lines are repeated as the tale progresses. I made a similar tale in Filipino (link to the PDF file below), adapted from “This is the House That Jack Built.” I also made three worksheets about the Filipino tale I wrote.

If you have any suggestions on how to make the tale better, please leave a comment below.

I drew some of the illustrations in the PDF file. Others were downloaded from openclipart.org. The PDF file also features clip art by Kari Bolt. Check out her online store by clicking the link below:

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kari-Bolt-Clip-Art

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

  1. This PDF file is for personal and classroom use ONLY.
  2. You may print this PDF file and distribute the printouts to your children or students, but you MAY NOT distribute the printouts to other parents or teachers. Just refer them to samutsamot.com.
  3. You MAY NOT share digital copies of this PDF file with anyone. Just refer them to samutsamot.com.
  4. You MAY NOT print and distribute this PDF file for profit or use it for any commercial purpose.
  5. You 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.  The illustrators mentioned own the copyrights to the clip art images in this PDF file. Uploading this file in another website is an infringement of their copyrights.

If you have any questions regarding the use of this PDF file, you may e-mail me at samutsamot.mom@gmail.com.

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Ang Bahay na Gawa ni Lucas

Pagbasa sa Filipino: Kaya Ko!

The PDF file below is a short reading exercise in Filipino about everyday things a child can do with his or her two hands. It may be used as an introduction to a lesson on Filipino action words or verbs (pandiwa).

The second page is a worksheet showing children doing different actions. The student is asked to circle the Filipino word that describes the action.

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

  1. This PDF file is for personal and classroom use ONLY.
  2. You may print this PDF file and distribute the printouts to your children or students, but you MAY NOT distribute the printouts to other parents or teachers. Just refer them to samutsamot.com.
  3. You MAY NOT share digital copies of this PDF file with anyone. Just refer them to samutsamot.com.
  4. You MAY NOT print and distribute this PDF file for profit or use it for any commercial purpose.
  5. You 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.  The illustrator mentioned below owns the copyrights to the clip art images in this PDF file. Uploading this file in another website is an infringement of her copyrights.

If you have any questions regarding the use of this PDF file, you may e-mail me at samutsamot.mom@gmail.com.

This file features clip art by Kari Bolt.

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Kaya Ko

Pagbasa sa Filipino: Ang Pamilya

The PDF file below is a reading exercise in Filipino about the family. It explains what a family is and describes the characteristics of a family. There are a few multiple-choice questions and three open-ended questions that the student is asked to answer about his or her family.

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

  1. This PDF file is for personal and classroom use ONLY.
  2. You may print this PDF file and distribute the printouts to your children or students, but you MAY NOT distribute the printouts to other parents or teachers. Just refer them to samutsamot.com.
  3. You MAY NOT share digital copies of this PDF file with anyone. Just refer them to samutsamot.com.
  4. You MAY NOT print and distribute this PDF file for profit or use it for any commercial purpose.
  5. You 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.  The illustrator mentioned below owns the copyrights to the clip art images in this PDF file. Uploading this file in another website is an infringement of her copyrights.

If you have any questions regarding the use of this PDF file, you may e-mail me at samutsamot.mom@gmail.com.

This file features clip art by Kari Bolt.

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Ang Pamilya

Check out my other posts on families by clicking the links below:

“Ang Aking Pamilya” Booklet

Filipino Family Tree Activity Sheet

Si Pyramus at si Thisbe

In our English class during our freshman year in high school, we had the opportunity to study Edith Hamilton’s book Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes. I was inspired to translate one of the eight brief tales of lovers in that book. I chose the story of Pyramus and Thisbe because it reminded me of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet (although Pyramus and Thisbe predated Romeo and Juliet); the story of forbidden love between lovers from feuding families.

I was thinking that it would be a good reading exercise for high school students who are studying the ancient world (e.g., Babylon) in their Araling Panlipunan subject (I think this topic is studied by Grade 8 students). Although, the story is a reading exercise in Filipino.

In the PDF file below, I’ve translated Edith Hamilton’s English version of Pyramus and Thisbe by Ovid and I’ve also included some dialogue from Thomas Bulfinch’s version of the same story from his book The Age of Fable.

There is also a list of vocabulary words in Filipino with English definitions. I’ve also included a set of questions that the students can answer.

The story may also be an example of a legend (alamat) since it tells of the origin of why the fruit of the mulberry tree is red instead of white. The immature fruits of the mulberry tree are actually colored white, green, or pale yellow. In most species, the fruits turn pink and then red while ripening, and then dark purple or black. They have a sweet flavor when fully ripe.

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Si Pyramus at si Thisbe

This PDF file is for personal and classroom use only. You may print and distribute it to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit or use it for any commercial purpose. You also may not upload the 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.

Magbasa Tayo! (Part 3)

This is my third installment on short reading exercises for beginner readers of Filipino.  There are two PDF files below.

The first one is entitled “Ang Blusa ni Betty.” It is a short reading exercise with several Filipino words that begin with the letter B. There is also a set of multiple-choice questions that the child can answer. The text and illustrations are by Samut-samot Mom.

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Ang Blusa ni Betty

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The second PDF file is entitled “Sa Paaralan.” There is an activity sheet that asks the child to color the objects that may be placed inside a school bag. The kids and teacher clip art images used in the reading exercise are by Kari Bolt. The table and chair set and backpack clip art images are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse.

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Sa Paaralan

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These PDF files 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 the 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.

Magbasa Tayo! (Part 2)

This is my second installment on short reading exercises for beginner readers of Filipino.  There are two PDF files below.

The first one is entitled “Sa Hardin.” The second page of this file has illustrations of things that can be found in a garden. The illustrations are labeled with words that the child can trace. The child is also asked to color the illustrations.

The text is by Samut-samot Mom. Except for the butterfly, grass, and plant clip art, the clip art images used here are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse.

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Sa Hardin

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The second PDF file is entitled “Maliliit na Maya.” The second page asks the child to count the birds perched on the branch and write the number inside a box. The clip art images used here are by Samut-samot Mom.

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Maliliit na Maya

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These PDF files 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 the 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.

Magbasa Tayo! (Part 1)

Several people have requested for reading exercises in Filipino, especially for preschoolers. Below are two short reading exercises for children who are practicing to read in Filipino. The first one is entitled “Ang Bahay Namin.”

The second page has dots under each syllable to help the child read the word. (I just wanted to try this out. Please leave a comment if the dots help in reading.) There is also a cut-and-paste activity where the child can cut and paste together the parts of a house.

The house illustrations are by Samut-samot Mom. The kids clipart are by Little Red’s Schoolhouse.

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Ang Bahay Namin

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The second PDF file is entitled “Lapis at Papel.” There is a multiple-choice set of questions that follows the reading exercise and an activity where the child is asked to trace and color a drawing. The kids clipart are from Educlips (www.edu-clips.com).

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Lapis at Papel

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These PDF files 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 the 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.

Mga Hanapbuhay (Part 1)

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Some time ago, a reader asked me if I had materials on community helpers in Filipino. I replied that I did not have any worksheets on that topic because it would take some time to make the necessary illustrations. I decided to purchase clip art images online, but I realized that it was necessary to illustrate my own so as to show what Filipinos in different professions look like.

Below is the link to an 8-page PDF file that can be printed to make a booklet that is half the size of a short bond paper. It has images of 13 different Filipino professions and a short description for each. The text may be used to practice reading in Filipino and the student can color the illustrations.

On the last page of the booklet, the student is asked to draw himself or herself with the job he or she wishes to have in the future. The student is also asked to write why he or she chose this profession.

To create the booklet, follow the instructions below. The page numbers refer to the page numbers of the PDF file, not the numbers on the booklet pages.

  1. Print pages 1 and 2 back-to-back.
  2. Print pages 3 and 4 back-to-back.
  3. Print pages 5 and 6 back-to-back.
  4. Print pages 7 and 8 back-to-back.
  5. Fold the pages in half (crosswise).
  6. Arrange the pages in order. Use the page numbers on the upper corners of the booklet pages as guides.
  7. Staple the pages together.

The doctor, nurse, and firefighter clip art images are from Little Red’s Clip Art. Check out their online stores below.

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All the other people images and some of the background images were illustrated and are owned by Samut-samot Mom. Other background clip art images were obtained from openclipart.org.

This booklet is for personal and multi-classroom use only. You may print and distribute this booklet to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit or use it for any commercial purpose. You also may not upload this PDF file or any part of it in any other website such as Scribd or SlideShare, or cloud storage sites such as Google Drive or Dropbox.

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Mga Hanapbuhay_1

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Want to suggest a profession for the next booklet on hanapbuhay? Leave a comment below.