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Abakada – Filipino Alphabet

Ready to learn the Filipino alphabet with us? We have a fun and special challenge to help you learn more Filipino vocabulary, more about food, culture, and geography using each letter sound of the original Filipino alphabet, known as Abakada.

In collaboration with Filipino children’s book author, Joy Francisco (@littleyellowjeepney), and Filipino food vlogger, Jeanelle Castro (@Jeanelleats), we will be sharing words and phrases focusing on one letter of the Abakada each week. Make sure to hop on Instagram to follow our challenge, which starts the week of November 10 and will be going on for 20 weeks. 

We want this to be an enriching experience to learn from one another, so we welcome your participation. Whether you learn the words for yourselves, share the vocabulary with family and friends, comment on our posts with words you know that go along with that week’s featured letter, or share relevant content on your social media during each week’s challenge, there are many ways to partake in the #AbakadaChallenge. 

Here is our weekly plan for posting:

Mondays – @Jeanelleats

Tuesdays – @filamlearners

Fridays – @littleyellowjeepney

To go along with the challenge, I made a printable booklet for you (and/or your kids) to write down or draw the words that we share each week and any additional words you come up with or find from other resources. Feel free to take a picture of your completed pages each week or after the whole challenge and share it with us by using the hashtag #abakadachallenge or tagging @filamlearners @littleyellowjeepney and @jeanelleats so we can see all of the amazing words you are learning. 

Get your printable Abakada Booklet by doing 1 of the following below:

If you have already opted in to our Fil-Am Learners Free Resource Library of printables, you may proceed to get the activity booklet there.

If you have not yet signed up for our free resource library, sign up below to get the Abakada activity booklet along with many other printable freebies.

Other resources to learn the Filipino alphabet:

Want to learn the Abakada song? Click below to listen and watch the Abakada version from Robie317. 

Recommended Books to teach the Filipino alphabet:

A special thank you to Jeanelle & Joy for this wonderful collaboration and for the inspirational work they do.

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