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About Fil-Am Learners

Are you in search of ideas and activities that teach children Tagalog and Filipino culture?

Are you a parent who would like to learn Tagalog for yourself and to use with your children?

Do you feel intimidated or reluctant to introduce Tagalog to your children because you don’t speak Tagalog fluently yourself?

You’ve come to the right place!

At Fil-Am Learners, we create and share digital and physical products to teach basic Tagalog to children and families. Whether you understand Tagalog or know zero Tagalog, you can share the language with your child. Our tagline is: “A Taglish discovery of our cultural roots.”  Therefore, our resources are primarily written in English, with Tagalog embedded throughout to introduce basic vocabulary and phrases. Language can be learned together. You don’t need to be fluent in a language to teach your child. (I know firsthand, as a Fil-Am mama who is also navigating this language learning journey through Tag-lish [Tagalog-English]. It is my passion and hope to use Fil-Am Learners as a vessel to share the Tagalog language with others.

So, let’s dive in and keep the Tagalog language alive for our generation & generations to come!

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Thank you so much for joining us on this path to preserve our cultural heritage and to carry on our traditions.

Maraming salamat po!

~ Michele

Fil-Am Teacher/Mommy


  1. Valerie says:

    I am a Filipina and educator myself and so happy I’ve stumbled onto your site! I feel like I’ve been searching around for resources like this so that I can use and spread it in my own little community, and contribute towards it if possible! Would very much love to connect.

    Thank you for your site and sharing your resources!

  2. Melissa says:

    I must add to this! I too have been looking and I am so thankful for you and your dedication to this content! You are a gem! ~Melissa Long live the Philippines and sisterhood!!!

  3. Fil-Am Teacher Mommy says:

    Aww! Thank you, Melissa!! Yes to sisterhood and our efforts to enrich the Filipino, Fil-Am and mixed Filipino cultures for our generation and future generations.

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