What’s your favorite hue? Since the quarantine, we’ve been preparing Riley for possible homeschooling (and we are for the moment) and one time we thought we’d change up the sleeves/labels of his crayons from English to Filipino. It’s always fun and interesting to see how the various languages and dialects in our country are so rich and colorful (literally and figuratively)! So we’re sharing this crayon sleeve printable for all of you to enjoy. Scroll down to dowload the template.

Tools and Materials
  • bondpaper
  • printer
  • scissors
  • glue/tape
Free Printable: Crayon Sleeve Filipino Color Names

Step 1: Download the crayon sleeve template. Link below.

Step 2: Print out and cut to size.

Step 3: Remove the old crayon labels. You can easily tear them off.

Step 4: Wrap your Filipino Crayon Sleeves and glue or tape the ends together.

PS. Remember that our local languages and dialects are rich with beautiful words so our local version of color names can vary per area + we have quite a number of synonyms too! Sharing our sources for this project: UP Diksiyonaryong Filipino by Virgilio S. Almario and filipiknow.net

If you decide to make these DIY Crayon Sleeve: Filipino Colors, feel free to show us! We’d love to see what you make. You can find and tag us on our various social channels: FacebookYoutubeTwitter and Instagram. Looking for more arts and crafts ideas and free homeschooling printables? Check out our other blog posts for more printables and homeschooling resources.

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