Early Living and Earning


This work text portrays a thorough exploration on how the learner at a young age deals with problems that may arise in a family’s environment and their corresponding solutions. The work text also gives guidelines on how to be a worthy member of the family – how to be of help in meal preparations, how to participate in the management of resources like clothing, food, income, and how to care for the environment


This work text comes in a series, from Grade 4 to 6, and features lessons on the following learning components

Lessons in every unit feature concepts, tests, and activities, to enhance mastery of learning and acquisition of skills. Illustrations provided in every lesson enable learners to easily understand concepts. Step by step procedures are simplified to help learners absorb lessons on living as ELE is considered as the laboratory of life.

Furthermore, this tool work text is intended to be material for the whole family as a tool for bonding, for reading enjoyment, and for doing fun activities.

Agnes Del Rosario
Eva Topacio
Ma. Luz Lebrudo
Ma. Luz Lebrudo


Written by topnotch educators, these worktexts are essential tools for young learners as they start their journey into the world of learning. Books to guide, books to have fun with, and books to spark a lifelong love of learning.


These worktexts are designed to help students think critically, and give them a strong foundation to help them prepare for the next stage in their education.


Meticulously designed to advance the aims of the K-12 curriculum, these worktexts help students develop communication and problem-solving skills, acquire lasting values, and provide guidance on how to successfully navigate their expanding world.


These are worktexts designed to prepare students for higher learning and equip them with the competence to tackle challenges in the next stage of their education.