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Salesiana Textbooks is Don Bosco Press, Inc.’s flagship product line. The aim of every Salesiana Textbook is to aid the teachers in the wholistic formation of his or her students.

Grade School

Colors and Shapes
This Preschool and Grade School art education textbook series aims at defining and at refi ning the artistic potentials of learners. The activities suggested are meant to make learning in the arts truly fun-filled. Maximum creativity is envisioned since all possible art materials some taken from commonplace objects have been integrated into the lessons. Visual arts are integrated with other disciplines. Each lesson has a finished artwork set as a model for students. An accompanying poem helps to give meaning to the artistic endeavour. The procedures are also described with utmost simplicity so as to make the books truly learner-friendly.
Author: Ms. Edith Misa Caoile, MA
  • Graduated with a degree of B.A. in Fine Arts, University of the Philippines
  • Obtained her MA in Education, major in Art Education, University of the Philippines; Teaching credentials in Child Development, City College of San Francisco, USA
  • An MA candidate in Family Life and Child Development and an MA in Educational Administration at the University of the Philippines
  • She owns a school called CHIME LEARNING SCHOOL, located at 37 C. Aguinaldo Street, Project 4, Quezon City
Editor: Ms. Maria Geraldine Miranda, MA Cand.
Book Length : Gr.1-Gr.6 64
Book Size: 8.0" x 10.5"
Year of Publication: 2007

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Happy Writing
The Happy Writing The Basics of Handwriting series is specially designed to help children to do the right moves and strokes in writing letters and to develop skills in writing words, phrases, and sentences. The given examples are made to be as interesting as can be, thus, drawing the students to be truly engrossed in their writing exercises.

Grade 1 - Grade 3
Author: Ms. Lyn M. de los Martirez-Nelmida, MA Cand.
  • She is a licensed catechist from the Holy Spirit Catechetical Formation Center, Tarlac City
  • She taught catechism at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Academy, Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro
  • She graduated from the Holy Spirit College, Tarlac City, with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Education
  • She was the Secretary of the Council of Leaders and a Deans Lister during her college years
  • She did graduate studies at the Philippine Normal University, Manila, at the Pangasinan State University, Urdaneta City, and at the De La Salle University, Manila
  • She is currently the Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Tarlac City
Editor: Mr. Victor G. Panizales, MBA/MRS Cand.
Book Size: 8.0" x 10.5"
Book Length: P-Gr.1 160, Gr.2 112, Gr.3 96


Grade 4
Author: Ms. Jeramy O. Bruno
  • Graduated with a degree of B.S. in Elementary Education at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila
  • Worked as an Offi ce Clerk at the offi ce of the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs of her Alma Mater, where she was a consistent Deans Lister (UST)
  • Train and an Account Executive of Autoskill, a Literacy Program in Reading and Mathematics in Mandaluyong City
  • Adviser of The Bosconian Herald, the Grade School Departments biannual school publication, and the Homeroom Adviser of the Grade 3 students at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Tarlac City, teaching English, both Reading and Language (including writing) Primary levels at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Tarlac City
Author: Ms. Celeste B. Porlucas
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor in Elementary Education, with Mathematics as her fi eld of specialization, at St. Louis University, Baguio City
  • Currently taking the Masters program major in Early Childhood Education at the same university
  • Former member of the National Association of Early Childhood Educators
Book Size: 6.75" x 9.75"
Book Length: 112 pages
Grade 5
Author: Ms. Maria Irmina Jesusa S. Lagasca
  • Graduated with a degree of B.S. Science in Home and Technology at the Tarlac State University and has 18 units in Education from the Saint Louis University and Philippine Normal University
  • Teaching Reading, Language, and Writing for 19 years at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Tarlac City. Taught English for a year in AMA Computer Learning Center (Tarlac) and at the College of the Holy Spirit (Tarlac) for 13 years
  • Primary Level Coordinator of Don Bosco Technical Institute, Tarlac City

Ms. Jocelyn M. Panlilio
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Arts major in English at the College of the Holy Spirit, Tarlac City
  • Taken Masteral units in Education
  • English teacher of Prep and Grade 4 at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Tarlac City
Book Size: 6.75" x 9.75"
Book Length: 112 pages


Grade 6
Author: Ms. Fides S. Cuyugan
  • Graduated with a degree of BSE-English at the College of the Holy Spirit, Tarlac City
  • Taught English to both Grade School and High School in her Alma Mater
  • Teaching English at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Tarlac City
  • Member of the school Pastoral Team, handling the Junior Catechists and the Liturgical Dance Group of the School

Ms. Edelhany Concepcion L. Martinez
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor in Elementary Education major in English at the College of the Holy Spirit, Tarlac City
  • Finished her Diploma in Language Studies for Teachers at the University of the Philippines (Open University) in 2005
  • Teaching English, both Reading and Language, in Grade School and Filipino in High School
  • Currently teaching Writing and Christian Living in Grade School at the Don Bosco Technical Intitute, Tarlac City
Book Size: 6.75" x 9.75"
Book Length: 128 pages

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Integral Evangelization Series
This Grade School Religion series is characterized by the following important and interesting features: A clear presentation of the core truths of the Christian Faith:
  • Trinitarian truths
  • Christological truths
  • Ecclesiological truths
  • A Christocentric-Trinitarian approach
  • An organic synthesis centered on the Word of God
  • A cyclical structure
  • An integration of faith and life
  • A learner-friendly approach
  • A concern for inculturation
  • Interpersonal dynamics
  • Communitarian concerns
  • An interdisciplinary orientation
The methodology follows the very approach adopted by the Lord Jesus in his proclamation of the Reign of God Christ as the Message, the Messenger, and the Method. The paradigm used is the Emmaus Experience of Luke 24. From being a total stranger, Jesus ends up as a Friend and the Risen Lord to the disciples. Thus, each lesson has 4 phases:
  • Human Experience
  • Deepening/Value Development
  • Christian Message
  • Faith Response
Author: Fr. Renato de Guzman, SDB, STD (Ph.D.)
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Education, major in English, at the Don Bosco College, Canlubang
  • Obtained the degree of Bachelor of Sacred Theology, cum laude, at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila
  • Earned the degrees of Licentiate in Sacred Theology (MA) and Doctorate in Sacred Theology (Ph.D.), with specialization in Catechetics, at the Pontifical Salesian University, Rome
  • Dean of the Don Bosco College, Canlubang, Laguna, and Dean of Studies at the Don Bosco Center of Studies, Paranaque City
  • Director of the Institute of Catechetics and Youth Ministry
  • Helped in the CBCP Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education and the CBCP Commission on Youth
  • Actively involved for decades in the preparation of the World Youth Day
Book Size: Prep-Gr.6 6.75" x 9.75"
Year of Publication: 2007

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Values for Everyday Living
The Revised Edition of the Grade School Textbook series, Values for Everyday Living, exhibits the following features:
  • A methodology that helps the students to recall their experiences, express their feelings, and discover their attitudes.
  • Narration of true-to-life stories that allow learners to imbibe values through modeling and vicarious learning.
  • Suggestion of learning experiences that would enable learners to feel what is right and just and to foster those values that would gradually and eventually replace undesirable behavioral patterns.
  • Insertion of activities aimed at exploring and strengthening multiple intelligences:
  • MUSICAL - through listening to songs, songwriting, singing, and song analysis.
  • SPATIAL - through drawings, poster-making, and comic illustrations.
  • INTERPERSONAL - through group dynamics and sharing in community projects.
  • INTRAPERSONAL - through refl ections, diary writing, and journalmaking.
  • BODILY - through kinesthetic role-playing, dramatization, dancing, and song choreography.
  • LOGICAL - through incisive analysis of given situations.
  • NATURALIST - through the study of scenic environments and various fl ora and fauna.
  • EXISTENTIALIST - through the appreciation of the Creators love for all humankind.
Employment of strategies that would create a classroom atmosphere of honesty, of openness, and of mutual acceptance and respect.

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Author: Ms. Myrna C. Lutaos
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education at the Philippine Womens University, Manila
  • Authored several books in Grade School Religion and Values Education
  • Served as Christian Living Subject Area Coordinator of the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati City
  • Executive Assistant to the mission director of the Salesian Mission Offi ce of the Don Bosco Provincial House in Makati City
Grade 2
Author: Ms. Nora Tulud Cruz, MA
  • Graduated with degree of Bachelor of Science in Education at the St. Columban College, Lingayen, Pangasinan
  • Did graduate studies in Education at the Philippine Normal University, Manila
  • Got her Masters degree in Religious and Values Education at the De la Salle University, Manila
  • Pursuing her Masters in Religious Studies at the Don Bosco Center of Studies, Paranaque City. She served as Christian Living Subject Area Head at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati City

Author: Ms. Nora Tulud Cruz, MA
Grade 3
Author: Ms. Ma. Desiree D. Gallano, MA
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the Stella Maris College, Quezon City
  • Completed her Master of Arts in Education at the same institution
  • Taught Religion and Values Education at the St. Marys Academy, Pasay City, at the Assumption College, Makati City, and at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati City
  • Subject Area teacher at Casa del Nino Montessori and STI in San Pedro, Laguna
  • Since 2000, she has been teaching at Colegio de San Agustin where she serves as Christian Values Teacher, CVE Club Coordinator, and Subject Area Coordinator; presently teaching English and Research subjects in the High School Dept. of the same school and also serves as English Moderator

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Author: Ms. Myrna C. Lutaos

Grade 5
Author: Ms. Grace T. Lansangan, MA
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education at the University of the East, Manila, and Master of Arts in Values Education at the Philippine Normal University, Manila
  • Taught for almost four decades at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati City, where she retired as head of the Values Education Department
  • Currently pursuing the Masters degree in Educational Management at the Pampanga Agricultural College, Magalang, Pampanga

Grade 6
Author: Mr. Oliver G. Meneses, MA
  • Graduated with degrees in Education and in Philosophy at the Don Bosco College, Canlubang, Laguna
  • Recently completed his MA in Special Education at the Philippine Normal University, Manila
  • Taught at the Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati City, at the College of St. Benilde, Manila, at the Philippine Womens University, Manila, and at the University of Regina Carmeli, Malolos, Bulacan

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English for Global Communication
English for Global Communication is a series written for Grade School students from Prep to Grade 6. This series focuses on both reading and language functions that intend to make the Filipino learner a competent communicator. It provides varied activities that allow the students to work as a team and at the same time, enjoy quality learning. Furthermore, the learning activities provided in each book are challenging, meaningful, and enriched to enhance the learners' comprehension, sharpen their communication skills oral and written to help them develop their profi ciency in self-expression and interaction with others using the English Language.

The different components in every lesson in each book make the learners think analytically, critically. The activities and exercises centered on the development of the macro skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The stories are selected to provide lessons in life, insights and messages that portrayed positive character development. In the end, it hoped that this series shall lead the learner to become a better student and a better person as a whole.

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Author: Ms. Leticia Malaluan-Silla
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the National Teachers College, Manila
  • Took some units in Fine Arts from the Philippine Womens University, Manila
  • Earned 30 units in Educational Management and Supervision at the Philippine Normal College, Manila
  • Took Masteral Studies on School Leadership at De La Salle University, Taft Avenue, Manila
  • Taught at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati for 39 years and retired after serving as a principal for 11 years
Author: Ms. Cecile Vergara-Sumanqui
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Elementary Education with specialization in Reading from the Philippine Normal University, Manila
  • Finished her Master of Education major in School Leadership at De La Salle University
  • Taught at St. Marys Academy, Sta. Ana Manila for five years and became the Preschool coordinator on her fifth year
  • Taught Language and Reading at Colegio San Agustin, Makati City
  • Is a Grade One teacher and moderator of the Young Writers Club at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati City

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Author: Ms. Ma. Dolores F. Bayocboc
  • Graduated with the degree of Bachelor in Elementary Education, major in Teaching in the Elementary Grades from the University of the Philippines
  • Has completed the academic requirements for MA in Reading at the Philippine Normal University, Manila
  • Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs for SY 2009-2010 in Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati
  • Subject Area Head of Reading from 2004-2008 in Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati
Author: Ms. Modest Rubylyn R. Cordero
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Child Development and Education from Miriam College, Quezon City
  • English teacher at Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati for the last ten years. Taught Reading and Language Art from Preparatory Level to Grade Three
  • Presently, taking up units in Reading Education at Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City

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Author: Ms. Jaquilyn T. Belagan
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education major in English from St. Louis University, Baguio City
  • Taught English in the Grade School Department of San Beda College, Alabang and in the high school department of Santo Niño de Eucharistia, Las Piñas City and Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati City
Author: Ms. Rosana M. Salles
  • Graduated wih a degree of Bachelor of Science in Education major in Communication Arts from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
  • Earned masteral units from the same university
  • Currently the Subject Area Head of English in the Grade School of Don Bosco Technical Institute- Makati
Author: Ms. Almalyn B. Toledano
  • Graduated cum laude with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education major in English from Angeles University Foundation, Angeles City
  • Completed the academic requirements in Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management from the same university
  • Taught English at Angeles University Foundation from 1998-2003
  • Has been teaching in Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati since 2003

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Author: Ms. Annabelle L. Buensuceso
  • Graduated magna cum laude with a degree of Bachelor in Secondary Education Major in English from Saint Ferdinand College in Ilagan, Isabela
  • Grade School Principal-in-charge at Advance Montessori Education Center of Isabela at Tumauini, Isabela on her first year of teaching
  • Salesian Educator at Don Bosco Technical Institute Makati (Christian Living and English) since June 2005
  • Grade School Activity Coordinator at present and pursuing her masteral studies in LanguageTeaching at the Philippine Normal University, Manila
Author: Mr. Eric F. Fungo
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor in Elementary Education with specialization in Science and Health Education from St. Louise de Marillac College in Sorsogon, Sorsogon City
  • Salesian Educator at Don Bosco-Makati (English, Science and Health, and HEKASI) since 2005
  • Presently, the adviser of Sprout school publication
  • Completing his thesis in Social Studies Education at the University of the Philippines

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Author: Ms. Jaquilyn T. Belagan
Author: Ms. Rhodora D. Nebres
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Home Economics major in Family Life and Child Development from the University of the Philippines, Quezon City
  • Taught kindergarten in two schools from 1975 to 1980. In 1981, she moved to Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati and taught the Preparatory Level for two years and presently teaching English in Grades Three to Five
Author: Ms. Elena E. Salcedo
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education major in English and has earned her MA Units in Reading, Philippine Normal University, Manila
  • First employed in Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati as an English teacher in the High School Department, 1984-1985
  • Taught Language and Reading to Grades 4, 5, and 6 students, 1985-2005
  • Assumed the position of Subject Area Head in Language Arts, 2005-2008
  • Present Assistant Principal for Student Affairs of the Grade School Department

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Author: Ms. Jaquilyn T. Belagan
Author: Ms. Annabelle L. Buensuceso
Author: Ms. Ayessa A. Conducto
Author: Ms. Ofelia A. Dantes
  • Graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the University of Bicol in Legaspi City
  • Completed her graduate studies in Master of Education in School Leadership, at De La Salle University, Manila
  • Started as a Language and Reading teacher in the Grade School of Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati,1975 Promoted as Subject Area Head of Language in 1985
  • Appointed as the head of the Multiple Intelligences Center in 2000
  • Appointed as Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs, 2005
  • Present 16 Principal of the Grade School Department of the said institution

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Sibika at Kultura
Ang PILIPINAS: PINAGPALANG BAYANG SINILANGAN ay isang serye ng batayan-sanayang aklat na tumutugon sa panlipunan at pandamdaming pag-unlad ng mga mag-aaral na Pilipino sa elementarya. Ang seryeng ito ay nahahati sa dalawang bahagi: ang Sibika at Kultura na para sa mga Baitang I, II, at III at ang Heograpiya, Kasaysayan, at Sibika o HEKASI na para sa mga Baitang IV, V, at VI.
Nahahati sa apat (4) na yunit ang mga aklat na nakaayos ayon sa itinakdang mga paksa. Ang bawat yunit ay may apat hanggang siyam na aralin ayon sa lawak ng mga paksang tatalakayin.
Nahahati sa mga sumusunod na hakbang ang bawat aralin:

  1. Isipin - Dito inihahanda ang bawat mag-aaral sa pamamagitan ng paunang pagsasanay o formative exercises.
  2. Basahin at Alamin - Nilalaman nito ang mga mahahalagang impormasyon tulad ng petsa, tao, lugar, at mga pangyayari upang malinang ang mapanuring pag-iisip ng mga mag-aaral.
  3. Sagutin - Naglalaman ng mga pagsasanay, tanong, at ehersisyong nangangailangan ng aplikasyon ng ibat ibang larangan ng Multiple Intelligences at komprehensibong pagpapalalim ng kaalaman sa pagsalin ng mga gawaing kakailanganin ang Aplikasyon ng Higher Order Thinking Skills.
  4. Tandaan - Naglalaman ito ng mahahalagang konsepto na dapat makintal sa isipan ng mga mag-aaral at magsilbing susi sa malawak na kaisipan. Narito rin ang buod ng tinalakay na aralin.
  5. Pahalagahan - Naglalaman ng mga pagsasanay na lumilinang sa karakter ng isang Kristiyanong mag-aaral.
  6. Gawin Natin - Naglalaman ito ng mga ebalwasyon na maaaring pasalita o pasulat para malaman ang lawak ng kaalamang natutuhan ng mag-aaral.
    - Naglalaman din ng mga gawaing maaaring gawing takdang-aralin ng mga mag-aaral, at mga karagdagang gawain upang mapayaman ang kaalaman tungkol sa paksang tinalakay.
May-akda: G. Michael J. Cabrera
  • Siya ang may-akda ng Sibika at Kultura 5 at 6 at Pangkalahatang Tagapag-ugnay ng Serye
  • Produkto siya ng Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas, Manila na kung saan niya tinapos ang Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. May ilan taon na siyang nagtuturo ng Sibika at Kultura/Hekasi bago siya naging Subject Area Head ng naturang asignatura sa Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati
  • Layunin ng may-akda na mapaunlad ang sistema ng pagtuturo ng Sibika at Kultura, at ito ang nagtulak na ipagpatuloy ang kanyang Masters Degree in Teaching History sa Philippine Normal University
  • Ang pagiging mapagmasid, angking kasanayan sa pagtuturo, at likas na talino na pinanday ng panahon ang nagbigay ng inspirasyon sa may-akda para pamunuan ang pagsulat ng serye ng Sibika at Kultura/HEKASI na pang-elementarya
May-akda: Bb. Maria Chrissie S. Reynaldo
  • Ang sumulat ng Sibika at Kultura 1 at 2 ay nagtapos ng kanyang Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education sa De La Salle University, Dasmarinas, Cavite
  • Dating guro ng mga Araling Sibika at Kultura at Araling Filipino sa Don Bosco Technical College sa Mandaluyong at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati
  • Dalubhasa rin siya sa Early Childhood Education
May-akda: Gng. Maria Anabel V. Alviar
  • Isa siya sa Ko-Awtor ng Sibika at Kultura 2. Nagtapos ng kanyang Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education sa Philippine Christian University, Manila
  • Nakapagturo sa St. Paul College, Paranaque City, bilang Hekasi teacher
  • Sa kasalukuyan ay nagtuturo ng Hekasi 6 sa Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati
May-akda: Bb. Ersyllen S. Binas
  • Ang may-akda ng Sibika at Kultura 3 at 4 ay nagtapos ng Bachelors Degree in Secondary Education, major in History sa De La Salle University,Dasmarinas, Cavite.
  • Nakapaglingkod na bilang Academic Service Faculty sa La Sallian Community Center, Dasmarinas City at sa kasalukuyan ay abala sa pagsulat ng aklat na may kaugnayan sa kasaysayan ng ating bansa
Patnugot: Gng. Ma. Luisa G. Macalalad
Sukat ng Aklat: Gr.1-Gr.6 6.75" x 9.75"
Taon ng Pagkakalathala: 2008

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Filipino
Ang seryeng Filipino: Daan Tungo sa Pagbabago at Pagunlad ay inihanda bilang pagtugon sa hinihingi at hamon ng isang nagbabagong panahon at lipunan ng ikadalawamput sandaang taon o siglo. Sa pamamagitan ng pag-aaral sa wika na pinagsikapang gawing makabuluhan para sa mga mag-aaral na gagamit sa seryeng ito mula una hanggang ikaanim na baitang, inaasahang malilinang sa kanila ang mga kaalaman sa mga kasanayang pangwika upang sa pamamagitan nito ay maihanda sila at matulungang makalahok sa kakailanganing mga pagbabagong panlipunan na nag-uugat sa mga pagpapahalagang maka-Diyos, maka-Pilipino, makabayan, at makakalikasan tungo sa mga makabuluhang pagbabago at pag-unlad. Mga Kaayusan at Katangian ng Aklat Ang Filipino: Daan Tungo sa Pagbabago at Pag-unlad ay isang seryeng pinayaman at iniakma sa panahon. Itoy pinagsamang batayan at sanayang aklat at may kaagapay na gabay sa pagtuturo sa bawat baitang.
  • Ang mga aralin ay nahahati sa apat na yunit na tumutugon sa apat na pangunahing kaisipang nauukol sa pagpapahalaga. May limang (5) aralin sa bawat yunit na sumasalamin sa ibat ibang saloobin at kagandahang-asal na pinapaksa ng yunit.
  • Bawat aralin sa serye ay may sinusunod na banghay o kaayusan. Ang mga ito ay ang mga sumusunod: Lunsaran (na maaaring mapamagatan, basahin, pag-aralan, pag-isipan, pag-usapan, alamin, gawin o suriin), Tuklasin, Tandaan, Pagsanayan, Gamitin, Paunlarin, at Isabuhay.
  • Tuhog sa bawat aralin ang lahat ng mahahalagang elemento o bahagi ng pag-aaral/pagtuturo ng wika at malinaw itong ipinakikita sa bagong presentasyon ng Talaan ng Nilalaman ng aklat.

Ang pagtuturo ng Filipino gamit ang seryeng ito ay inaasahang magiging magaan, mabisa, makahulugan, at kasiya-siya sa dahilang:

  • Papaksa o thematic ang pagkakabuo ng mga aralin kung kaya natitiyak na sapat ang paglalantad, paglilinang, at karanasan ng mga mag-aaral sa bawat konsepto at pagpapahalaga.
  • Ang mga pangunahing kaisipang nahahalaw sa bawat aralin ay bunga ng pag-uugnay ng natutuhan sa sariling buhay at ng pagsasabuhay nito sa papalawak na konteksto.
  • Ang mga gawain sa bawat aralin ay maayos at nababaha-bahagdan na sumusunod sa ibat ibang antas ng pagkatuto: pangkaalaman, pandamdamin, at pagsasabuhay; at sa tamang antas o bahagdan ng pang-unawa: literal na interpretasyon, pagsusuri, aplikasyon, paglalagom, pagpapahalaga, pagtataya, at pagsasabuhay.
  • Naaayos ang mga paksa at gawain mula sa madali, papahirap hanggang sa pinakamapanghamon. Kasama rin sa kaayusang ito ang pagbibigay pokus sa isang kasanayan o kaalamang pinagtutuunan at unti-unting pagpapalawak pa sa iba pang mga kaugnay o kasangay na kasanayan.
  • Ang mga gawain sa pagtataya sa aklat na ito ay pinagsamang tradisyunal at mga otentikong pamamaraan.
May-akda: Bb. Evangeline Doroja Tamaca
  • Koordineytor ng seryeng Filipino: Daan Tungo sa Pagbabago at Pag-unlad (FDPP) at ng Filipino sa Nagbabagong Panahon (FSNP)
  • Nagtapos ng BSEEd sa Philippine Normal College (PNC), ngayon ay Philippine Normal University (PNU), at ng MA sa De La Salle University (DLSU) major sa Social Studies
  • Kumuha ngunit hindi pa tapos ng Ph.D. sa Educational Development sa University of Santo Tomas (UST) at Ph.D. sa Educational Leadership and Management sa De La Salle University
  • 38 taong naglingkod sa mababang paaralan. 13 taon bilang guro sa Colegio de Sta. Rosa sa Makati, College of Holy Spirit sa Mendiola, St. Scholasticas College sa Maynila, at sa La Salle Green Hills
  • Sa loob ng 25 taon, naglingkod siya bilang tagapag-ugnay sa mga araling Filipino at Social Studies, naging Demonstrator Teacher, Asst. Principal, at Principal ng Mababang Paaralan ng La Salle Green Hills
  • Nakasulat at naging koordineytor ng ilang mga module at aklat sa Pagpapahalaga (Values Education) sa Filipino at Social Studies
  • Naging accreditor ng PAASCU at La Salle
  • Nagsilbi bilang resource speaker at facilitator sa ilang forum ukol sa edukasyon, consultant sa ilang paaralan, at naging aktibo sa CEAP-NCR
  • Sa kasalukuyan, core group member ng CEAPNCR Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) at isa sa mga facilitator ng Certificate in Catholic School Leadership Program o CCSL
May-akda: Gng. Bernardita Santiago-Magkasi
  • May-akda ng Filipino: Daan Tungo sa Pagbabago at Pag-unlad Una at Ikalawang Baitang
  • Nagtapos ng BSEEd na may espesyal na kurso sa asignaturang Filipino sa University of the East
  • Nakatapos ng MA Education major sa Pre-Elementary sa St. Josephs College
  • Naging manunulat ng tula at kwento sa Filipino. Nakasulat din ng mga aklat sa Pre-Elementary
  • Nakapagturo ng 5 taon sa St. Josephs College, 29 na taon sa La Salle Green Hills bilang guro, at 2 taon bilang Tagapag-ugnay sa Filipino, Kagawaran ng Mababang Paaralang La Salle
  • Naging Metrobank Outstanding Teacher of the Philippines noong taong 1996
  • Nagkamit ng mga gantimpala ng pagkilala sa pagtuturo sa LSGH
May-akda: Gng. Zenaida Zacarias-Agbon
  • May-akda ng Filipino: Daan Tungo sa Pagbabago at Pag-unlad Ikatlo, Ikaapat, at Ikalimang Baitang
  • Nagtapos ng BSEEd sa National Teachers College
  • Tinapos ang MA in Social Studies sa University of the Philippines Open University UPOU)
  • Naging guro sa Mababang Paaralan ng Ilaya-Barangka sa loob ng labintatlong taon
  • Naging guro sa Sibika/Hekasi at Filipino sa La Salle Green Hills at naging Filipino Koordineytor sa naturang paaralan sa loob ng tatlong taon
May-akda: G. Gilbert P. Ortega
  • Ko-Awtor ng Filipino: Daan Tungo sa Pagbabago at Pag-unlad Ikatlo, Ikaapat, at Ikaanim na Baitang
  • Nagtapos ng AB Political Science sa Philippine Christian University
  • May units sa Special Education sa University of the Philippines
  • Nagturo ng Christian Living sa High School sa PWU-JASMS
  • Naging guro sa Hekasi at Special Education sa De La Salle-Araneta University
  • Kasalukuyang guro sa Filipino sa Ikaanim na Baitang ng Mababang Paaralan ng La Salle Green Hills
May-akda: G. Mark Anthony C. Sy
  • Ko-Awtor ng Filipino: Daan Tungo sa Pagbabago at Pag-unlad Ikaapat na Baitang
  • Nagtapos ng BSE-Social Studies, magna cum laude sa Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
  • May MA units sa MA-History sa Unibersidad ng Santo Tomas
  • Nagturo ng Araling Panlipunan sa Cavite School of St. Mark
  • Nasa ikapitong taon ng pagtuturo ng Filipino sa ikaapat na baitang sa La Salle Green Hills
May-akda: G. Mario L. Tolentino
  • Isa sa may-akda ng Filipino: Daan Tungo sa Pagbabago at Pag-unlad Ikaanim na Baitang
  • Nagtapos ng AB Communication Arts sa Unibersidad ng Santo Tomas
  • Sumuri, nagsaayos, at nagsalin sa Ingles ng Florante at Laura, at ng Ibong Adarna
  • Ginabayan niya sa paraang UbD (Understanding by Design) ang Noli Me Tangere, na isinalin sa Filipino ni Virgilio S. Almario

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Math for All
Draws its inspiration from the Singaporean model, Math for All is an activity-based preparatory and elementary mathematics series designed to address the various needs of different learners and take the Philippine Elementary Learning Curriculum (PELC) a step further. It is guided by the principle that mathematics can be enjoyed and learned by all pupils by tapping into their creativity and multiple intelligences and by developing their critical thinking skills.

The Math for All Series uses the concrete-to-abstract approach in its presentation of mathematical concepts (concrete>pictorial>abstract). It generates action songs, fingerplay, rhymes, art, projects, games, reflections, and outdoor activities in the lessons so as to enhance the learners multiple intelligences. The series emphasizes not only a hands-on approach, like creative problem-solving and reflecting. Nonroutine questions and investigations are provided to develop the learners higher-order thinking skills. Likewise, enrichment lessons are included for more advanced learners.
Grade 1 - Grade 6
Ms. Gladys C. Nivera, Ph.D.
  • Full Professor in mathematics at the Philippine Normal University (PNU)
  • Obtained her Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from De La Salle University and BS in Mathematics for Teachers from PNU, both as a Department of Science and Technology (DOST) scholar
  • Holds an MA in English Language Teaching from PNU
  • Mathematics PROBE Fellow in Queensland University of Technology in Australia, immersed in teaching mathematics in basic education using the concrete-to-abstract approach and learner-centered paradigms
  • Presidential appointee as the Mathematics Teachers Representative in the Teacher Education Council, 2007 up to the present
  • Taught at all levels, from elementary grades to graduate school
  • Presents papers in various national and international conferences, trains mathematics teachers in various levels, and writes books, modules, and other supplementary materials

Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 5
Ms. Blesilda Jean D. Infante, MA
  • Graduated cum laude and holds MA in Mathematics Teaching from the Philippine Normal University
  • A lecturer in various seminars, workshops, and conferences for the enhancement of teaching competence in math and science
  • Currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Science Education Major in Mathematics at the De La Salle University
  • Regular math instructor at PNU

Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Ms. Minie Rose C. Lapinid, Ph.D.
  • Assistant Professor at the De La Salle University, Manila
  • Obtained her Ph.D. in Science Education Major in Mathematics from the same institution, her MA in Mathematics Teaching from the Ateneo de Manila University, and her BS in Mathematics major in Computer Science from the University of Santo Tomas
  • Taught in all high school levels at the Grace Christian High School
  • Presents papers in national and international conferences and has been actively involved in training mathematics teachers at various levels

Grade 6
Ms. Daisy de Borja-Marcelino, MA
  • Obtained the degree of Bachelor of Science in Mathematics for Teachers at the Philippine Normal University-Manila, cum laude
  • Earned her Master of Education in Mathematics at the De La Salle University-Manila, with High Distinction
  • Currently doing her dissertation for her Ph.D. in Science Education, major in Mathematics, at the De La Salle University-Manila
  • Presently teaching at the Philippine Normal University-Manila, with the Department of Mathematics, College of Science
Editor: Mr. Patrick A. P. Castaneda
Book Size: N-K-P, Gr.1-Gr.3 8 x 10.5"
Gr.4-Gr.6 6.75" x 9.75"
Year of Publication: 2011

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Math and Beyond
This revised edition of Math and Beyond is a comprehensive mathematics program designed in accordance with the goals of the Basic Education Mathematics Curriculum to help the pupils discover and value the important role of the subject in the real world and in their daily lives.

Grade 1
Author: Ms. Priscilla M. Catacutan
  • Graduated with the degree of BSEE, magna cum laude, Philippine Normal University, Manila
  • Finished her MA in Science and Math Education and her Ph.D. in Educational Administration from the same university
  • Has been teaching as a dedicated educator of the young, since 1974, first at Maryknoll College and till now at the Colegio de San Agustin-Makati
  • Part-time professor at the graduate school of the Philippine Normal University and of the Philippine Christian University
Author: Ms. Linda L. Vibal
  • Graduated with a degree of BSE Math-Physics at the University of the Philippines, Diliman
  • Grade School Mathematics Coordinator of Colegio de San Agustin-Makati for 5 years
  • Taught in CSA for 30 years and has engaged herself in training gifted students in Math
  • Took her Master of Arts in Teaching at the Philippine Normal University

Grade 2
Author: Ms. Cecilia P. Lacson
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the Pasig Catholic College, Pasig City
  • Did her Masters in Science Education from the Philippine Normal University, Manila
  • Completed her Doctorate in Philosophy with specialization in Educational Administration at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City
  • Member of PAASCU and CEAP and writes textbooks on Science and Mathematics as well as worktexts for Preschool
Author: Ms. Alma M. Ortiz
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, major in Kinder and Primary Education, University of Santo Tomas, Manila
  • Finishing her MA for Instructional Supervision at the St. Josephs College, Quezon City
  • A Mathematics and Reading and Language teacher in Colegio de San Agustin for the past 25 years
  • Former head teacher for Grade 1 of the same institution
  • Currently a Grade 1 Math and English teacher and Math Club Moderator

Grade 3
Author: Ms. Gertrudes F. Ubana
  • Obtained her Master of Arts in Education at the Philippine Normal University with specialization in Mathematics and Science
  • Mathematics teacher for more than three decades at the Colegio de San Agustin, Makati City
  • Served as Algebra and Geometry teacher for four years at the St. Columbans High School in Zambales
Author: Ms. Domnina L. Valles
  • Graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Philippine Normal University
  • Took up units for the MA degree with specialization in mathematics in the same institution
  • Elementary mathematics teacher and subject coordinator at Colegio de Sta. Rosa, Makati City
Grade 4
Author: Ms. Mary Jane A. Franco
  • Mathematics teacher at Colegio de San Agustin, Makati City, since 2004
  • Currently pursuing her Master of Arts degree, specializing in Elementary Mathematics, at the University of the Philippines, Diliman
Author: Ms. Arcaireen A. Sario
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics, cum laude, at the Philippine Normal University, Manila
  • Candidate for MA in Math Education
  • Taught for two years at the Diliman Preparatory School, Quezon City, and six years at the Colegio de San Agustin, Makati City
  • Presently handling Grade 7 Mathematics at the Harnett County Schools, North Carolina, U.S.A.
Author: Ms. Gertrudes F. Ubana

Grade 5
Author: Ms. Yvette F. Cruz
  • Graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Secondary Education, major in mathematics, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, and proceeded to take up graduate studies at the De La Salle University, where she is a candidate for Master of Education, major in mathematics
  • Mathematics teacher at Colegio de San Agustin, Makati City
  • Trainer at the Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines
Author: Ms. Anna Thelma P. Lucero
  • Multi-awarded student during her college days
  • Graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary and Secondary Education, major in mathematics, cum laude, Philippine Normal University
  • Finalist in the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines 1994
  • PNU Most Outstanding Student Leader 1994
  • PNU Model Youth Awardee 1994
  • Mathematics Club Leadership and Service Awardee 1994
  • Teaching mathematics since 2001 at the Colegio de San Agustin, Makati City
Author: Ms. Annafe S. Malinab
  • Graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Secondary Education, major in mathematics, Philippine Normal University
  • Completed the academic requirements for her Master of Arts in Education, major in mathematics in the same institution
  • Associate member and trainer of the Mathematics, Teachers Guild of the Philippines
  • Teaching mathematics at Colegio San Agustin, Makati City since 2002

Grade 6
Author: Ms. Jeana Marie Q. Santos-Balintec
  • Graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education, cum laude, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City (College and University Scholar)
  • Math teacher at the Ateneo de Manila Grade School from 2001 up to the early part of 2009
  • Finished her Master of Arts in Education at the Ateneo de Manila University in 2007
  • Acted coach of the Ateneo de Manila Grade School delegates for local and international Math competitions
  • Eaglet Awardee in teaching excellence at the Ateneo de Manila Grade School for three consecutive years
Author: Mr. Jim Patrick L. Castillo
  • Finished his undergraduate studies, cum laude, Trinity University of Asia in 2000
  • Candidate for Master of Arts in Elementary Math
  • Teaching mathematics in Grade School at the Ateneo de Manila University since 2000
  • Eaglet Awardee for three consecutive years

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Science and Life
2010 National Book Development Board Quality Seal Awardee For Best Design (Grades1-4)
This Grade School Science textbook series has the following distinctive features:

  • Faithful adherence to the Philippine Elementary Learning Competencies (PELC) of the Department of Education.
  • A Learner-Friendly format.
  • A rich set of activities aimed at developing analytical, critical, and scientifi c thinking.
  • An integration of moral and spiritual values.
  • A useful Scientifi c Glossary.

Grade 1
Author: Ms. Violeta D. Ramirez
  • Graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, cum laude, Philippine Normal College, Manila (1977)
  • MA in Education, major in School Leadership, from the De La Salle University, Manila (2003)
  • Classroom Teacher, St. Scholasticas College, Manila; Classroom Teacher, De La Salle Green Hills; Curriculum Coordinator in English, De La Salle-Lipa; and School Principal, De La Salle-Lipa
  • Served as President of the Lipa Diocese Catholic Schools Association (LIDICSA) (07-08)
  • Present Director for Community Involvement Office, De La Salle-Lipa

Grade 2
Author: Ms. Adoracion G. Ahito
  • Model Teacher awardee of the La Salle Green Hills Elementary Department where she religiously taught until her retirement and where she received the Juan Medrano Service Award
  • Earned BSEEd degree from the Pangasinan State University
  • College scholar in U.P., Diliman, for her Masters in Special Education
Author: Ms. Evangeline J. Mahinay
  • Graduated cum laude from the Philippine Normal University, Manila, with the degree of BSEEd, and had taken units for MS Biology at the Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, as well as for MA in Teaching Elementary Science at the University of the Philippines, Q.C.
  • A Dedicated educator, first teaching experience at the Marist School, Marikina City in 1973, followed by seven years of devoted service at the St. Theresas College, Q.C., and a quarter of a century of dedication to the education of the young in La Salle Green Hills
Grade 3
Author: Ms. Cristina S. Baylon
  • Founding member of Signum Fidei Association (LSGH Chapter) an organization catering to the educational needs of underprivileged Preschool children
  • Graduated with a degree of BSEEd, St. Paul College, Manila and was a recipient of a UNESCO scholarship grant for teaching Science as a process approach
  • Dedicated fifty years of her life to the teaching of young minds in the Paco Catholic School, Manila, and La Salle Green Hills, Mandaluyong City
Author: Ms. Celinia J. Dicen
  • Current Grade School Science Coordinator of La Salle Green Hills, Mandaluyong City
  • Graduated with a degree of BSEEd, Philippine Normal College in 1974 and taught in St. Theresas College, San Marcelino, Manila, San Beda College, Manila, and De La Salle University, Manila, prior to La Salle Green Hills, Mandaluyong City
  • Recipient of the Juan Medrano Service Award, Model Teacher Award, and St. Benilde Teacher Exemplary
  • Member of the Association of Science Teachers and Educators of the Philippines

Grade 4
Author: Ms. Amelia M. Boac
  • Science teacher of La Salle Green Hills, Mandaluyong City, for the past 41 years
  • Graduated with a degree of BSEEd, Christ the King College in San Fernando, La Union, and has masteral units in Guidance and Administration from the National Teachers College, Manila

Grade 5
Author: Ms. Adoracion G. Ahito
Author: Ms. Amelia M. Boac
Ms. Evangeline J. Mahinay


Grade 6
Author: Ms. Evangeline J. Mahinay
Editors: Ms. Carolina C. David, Mr. Victor G. Panizales, MBA Cand., and Gertrudes F. Ubana
Book Size: 6.75 x 9.75
Book Length: 288 pages
Year of Publication: 2007

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