The three preschool or first grade worksheets below ask the student to draw a circle around the letter with the first sound of the word for the illustration shown. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit. Click on the link below to open the pdf file with the three worksheets in a new tab. Unang Tunog_1 Here's another file with two similar worksheets: Unang Tunog_2 The eyes and window clipart are from wpclipart.com. The umbrella, bed, car, and faucet clipart are from clker.com. The flower clipart is from clipartpal.com, and the house clipart is from primaryclipart.com. All the other illustrations are by samutsamot_mom.
The worksheets in the two pdf files below ask the child to identify the object, animal, or person being described. For example, the child is asked to color the animal with wings (Kulayan ang hayop na may pakpak.). The child is asked to color or encircle his or her answer. These worksheets are appropriate for preschool or first grade students. If the child is not reading yet, the teacher or parent can read the instruction to the child.
This post is dedicated to Katrina because she requested for worksheets on animal sounds (mga huni o tunog ng hayop) in Filipino. Feel free to download, save, print, photocopy, and distribute them to your students or children. Please do not copy any part of any of the worksheets and/or distribute them for profit. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. All worksheets use the same animal illustrations: cat/pusa, dog/aso, rooster/tandang, hen/inahin, frog/palaka, bee/bubuyog, bird/ibon, cow/baka, water buffalo/kalabaw, duck/pato, goat/kambing, pig/baboy, and snake/ahas. According to the latest edition of the UP Diksyonaryong Filipino, unga is the sound of a kalabaw, baka and similar animals. In the worksheets posted here, both the kalabaw and baka make the sound unga. Note that different Filipino elementary textbooks may have different sounds for some of the animals. For example, a dog's bark may be baw-waw instead of aw-aw, and a cat's meow may be miyaw instead of…
The worksheets below are for preschool and/or first grade students. All illustrations in the worksheets are by samutsamot_mom. Feel free to download, save, print, and photocopy these worksheets for your children or students. Please do not copy and/or redistribute any part of any of the worksheets posted in this blog for profit. The three thumbnails below are links to pdf worksheets on the Filipino alphabet. The first two asks the student to copy the letters (uppercase and lowercase) of the Filipino alphabet. The third worksheet asks the student to write the middle letter that goes between two letters of the Filipino alphabet. The three thumbnails below are links to pdf worksheets on Filipino syllables or pantig. The student is asked to write the missing syllable to complete the word that names the illustration.
The thumbnails below are links to a few preschool worksheets on writing the Filipino alphabet. The Filipino alphabet has 28 letters. It has the 26 letters of the English alphabet plus the two letters ñ (pronounced as "enye," with both e's having the short vowel sound as in the word hen) and ng. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. Feel free to download, save, print, and distribute the worksheets for your children or students, but please do not copy or distribute them for profit. 1. The worksheet below asks the student to write the missing uppercase letters of the Filipino alphabet. 2. The worksheet below asks the student to write the uppercase letters of the Filipino alphabet. 3. The 2-page worksheet below asks the student to write the lowercase letters of the Filipino alphabet. It also asks the student to color the windows with vowels (mga patinig) yellow and those with…