Free Filipino numbers game for a fun way to learn counting in Filipino.
It's now August and it's Buwan ng Wika. It would have been Mateo's first Buwan ng Wika school experience but we have this thing called pandemic. So we'll celebrate at home. We have inadvertently made English Mateo's first language, even if I still insist on saying that "Filipino is his mother tongue." He's a Filipino … Continue reading Learning Filipino Through Play: A Board Game
Mateo wanted crowns for his birthday. Inspired by chess, he wants to be a king (not a prince). And he wanted all of us to wear crowns as well. I made the crown template on my own, and got the gem illustrations from Vecteezy.com. I tried to keep them simple so they would be easy … Continue reading DIY Crown Template – Free
A simple but fun way to introduce the water cycle and why it rains.
Turn a simple number line into a game.
Taking care of the home should be as basic as taking care of one’s self. The best way to learn this as a child is to see that chores are regular activities for the whole family. Another freebie - printable visual chores checklist
A free board game to talk about your kid and yourself, in English and Filipino.
When a Filipino kid doesn't understand "saging" or "Anong pangalan mo?" that's a sign for me that something is amiss. That kid happens to be my four-year old, Mateo just a month or two ago. We live in Singapore so it is important that Mateo learns English. I am actually okay if his first language … Continue reading Filipino words worksheet, a Buwan ng Wika special