Ayos ng Pangungusap

All worksheets are taken from the books we use for our homeschooling. These are intended for our personal use. Answers are provided. You can print and use them for free.

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SUBJECT: FILIPINO 4

Source: Pluma 4, Ikalawang Edisyon

Bahagi ng Pangungusap

All worksheets are taken from the books we use for our homeschooling. These are intended for our personal use. Answers are provided. You can print and use them for free.

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SUBJECT: FILIPINO 4

Source: Pluma 4, Ikalawang Edisyon

Salita, Parirala, Pangungusap

All worksheets are taken from the books we use for our homeschooling. These are intended for our personal use. Answers are provided. You can print and use them for free.

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SUBJECT: FILIPINO 4

Source: Pluma 4, Ikalawang Edisyon

Homeschooling in Action

I’d like to share some photos of my student Josh. These photos were taken while he’s busy doing worksheets, building structures, drawing figures and alot more. More pictures to follow! I hope to inspire more parents to be more innovative when it comes to homeschooling their children..Have fun!

learning a song about animals and plants classification

learning a song about animals and plants classification

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Socialization: what does it really mean?

I got a call from my mom a week ago expressing my dad’s concern about homeschooling their dearest apo, Josh. Because of this, I decided to give my dad a call and listen to his reasons for disapproving our decision.  Continue reading

English as the first language for Filipino Kids

Josh grew up with english as his first language. I love our national language but I have my personal reason for letting him learn english first. I got negative comments before about this decision but later on, I got commendations when he started talking.

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Math 4: How to teach Factors

Our math lesson for today was about factors. Since Josh understands his lessons better by doing activities rather than by just reading and answering worksheets, I decided to use his  blocks to explain about factors.

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Language: Expressing yourself

My son loves to draw. We found this out when he started copying some manga characters from his gospel manga books. Last year, we enrolled him in basic painting class and he did well. I have yet to enroll him in advance class as we are still looking for a good painting maestro to handle him here in Davao City.

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