Abstract The purpose of this descriptive research was to find the most preferred teaching strategy of fast learners in Araling Panlipunan. In this study, the grade five and grade six Special Science Class pupils of Pavia Pilot Elementary School were labeled as fast learners. The respondents were composed of 44 pupils. Twenty-five of fast learners belonged to the Grade five and nineteen belonged to the Grade six. Among them thirteen were male and thirty-one were female. The respondents were asked to answer the questionnaire prepared by the researchers. They were requested to identify their five most preferred teaching strategies in Araling Panlipunan and had to rank it from 1 to 5, 1 as their least preferred and 5 as their most preferred. The results of this study were gathered and tabulated by the researchers. It was also computed by the statistician to get the mean, standard deviation, and t-test for the inferential statistics. Results showed that when taken as a whole, the most preferred teaching strategies were use of film and photographs, discussion, role playing, teachable moments, and show and tell. When the fast learners were grouped according to sex the male and female pupils found discussion, use of films and photographs, and role play their most preferred teaching strategies. When grouped according to sex, the most preferred teaching strategies were problem solving, simulation games, telling stories, pair share, brain storming, and the use of maps, show and tell and teachable moments. In contrast, when they were grouped according to grade level, they preferred role playing, discussions, and the use of films and photographs, telling stories, exposure trips and journal writing, storytelling, problem solving, brainstorming, and pair share. Findings also revealed that there was a significant difference in the preferred teaching strategies when grouped according to sex specifically on simulation games and on sentence completion, journal writing/individual reflection, and the use of globes and maps when they were grouped according to grade level.