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Travel Packing List Activity

It’s summertime and many people are traveling and going on vacation. What a perfect time to learn Tagalog words all about traveling. Activity: My “Maleta” (Suitcase) This first activity teaches you the vocabulary words for items you possibly would pack in your suitcase. Here is a four-page printable for your child to learn the names …

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All About Me

This week we are focusing on ourselves. The activities will teach how to introduce yourself, including your name, your gender, your birthday, age, and favorite color. We have created a 1-page mini-poster for your child to describe himself/herself. This lesson’s vocabulary include : ako = I ko = my pangalan = name edad = age kaarawan = birthday …

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Colors - mga kulay

Teaching Colors in Tagalog (Mga Kulay)

Teaching Colors (mga kulay) in Tagalog: Worksheet activities Here is a 14-page lesson activity reinforcing colors in Tagalog. It is geared for preschool through elementary age children and can be used to practice in class or at home. Playdough Playmats Playing with playdough is an engaging sensory activity for kids. There are so many ways to …

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Parts of the Body (in Tagalog)

Parts of the body (Part 1): Booklet & Song We will be learning about the parts of the body in Tagalog for the next couple of weeks. Here is a modified “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” to kick off this unit. Watch, learn, and sing along with us! Learn about some of the parts of …

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Teaching Articles of Clothing in Tagalog

This dress-up activity is a fun way to teach articles of clothing in Tagalog. Your kids can color and design the clothes how they want and cut them out to dress up the included “doll.” It is a blank doll so your child/student can choose whoever they would like to dress up, whether it’s themselves …

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Teaching Family Members in Tagalog

Family is very important to the Filipino culture. Learning the names of the family members is something we innately taught the kids as we addressed them as “Ate” or “Kuya,” “Lola,” “Tita,” or “Tito.” Here is a printable with Tagalog vocabulary words for immediate family members along with a fun puppet activity to practice. Get …

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Learning the Parts of the House in Tagalog

Learning the Parts of the House (in Tagalog) “Bahay” Printable: This 8-page printable introduces different parts of the house. It includes: Picture vocabulary cards (with English/Tagalog vocabulary) Blank vocabulary cards to practice writing the word in Tagalog Activities for your child to draw and color an illustration of your house. Reinforce the vocabulary by talking …

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Shapes

Learning Shapes in Tagalog Here is an activity booklet to introduce shapes, or mga hugis, in Tagalog. It features nine basic shapes and includes the following skills: Reading the shape Writing the shape Using a shape stamp to match the correct shape Either finding, cutting, and pasting a picture or image of the shape from an …

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Daily Greetings in Tagalog

Daily Greetings in Tagalog Greeting people is a common and daily task. Learning first how to say common phrases such as “How are you?” and “good day” is a great way to start when learning a new language. Here is a printable mini booklet that teaches some phrases to greet others. Click to get access …

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