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Welcome to Seomra Ranga, the Hub for Primary School Resources. For the overseas visitors “Seomra Ranga” means “classroom” in the Irish language.

Seomra Ranga has been successfully providing tried and tested resources for primary school classrooms since 2007. Since that time, the site has gradually built up a strong following amongst educators as a repository of quality teacher-created resources. The resources on the site, which support all areas of the curriculum, are arranged in accordance with the curricular provisions of the Irish primary school….

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## English Task Cards – What’s Wrong 01

This set of English Task Cards is probably best suited towards younger pupils. The cards are intended to be used as a fun game/task to aid in the development of vocabulary and oral language. There are 31 cards in the pack, four per A4 page, all of which ask the question “What’s Wrong?”

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## Directed Drawing 02

Directed Drawing gives pupils step-by-step directions on how to create an image. They assist pupils in following directions, following a sequence as well as allowing them to be creative. It allows pupils to break down an image into more manageable chunks, thereby demystifying the creative process. There are four directed drawing samples in this resource.

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## Time Conjunctions Word Mat

This resource could be used as an aid to pupils in middle and senior classes. The word mat contains conjunctions associated with the passage of time. It would be especially useful for pupils when completing a piece of recount writing, where they are explaining a series of events, one after the other.

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## Maths Task Cards – Fractions Decimals Loop Game

This set of Loop Cards (sometimes called “Follow Me Cards) is based on pupils’ knowledge of equivalent fractions and decimals. They follow the format “I have …. / Who has ….” and they are aimed at helping pupils to consolidate equivalent fractions and decimals in a fun, game-based way. They are suitable for whole class or group work or for use in a numeracy table during Maths Station time.

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## Ceisteanna sa Seomra Ranga (Leabhrán)

This resource for the teacher focuses on samples of questions that can be asked as Gaeilge in the classroom both to develop pupils’ vocabulary and to create a Gaeilge-rich environment within the classroom. The 12-page booklet contains 130 questions as Gaeilge that the teacher can use daily in the classroom.

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## English Task Cards – Have You Ever 01

This set of English Task Cards could be used with almost any class level. The cards are intended to be used as a fun game/task to aid in the development of vocabulary and oral language. There are 50 cards in the pack, four per A4 page, all of which ask the question “Have You Ever ……?

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## Dingbats 03 (Powerpoint Version)

This PowerPoint resource is aimed at pupils in middle and senior classes. Dingbats are hugely popular with pupils and they can be used as a fun game/task to get pupils thinking. There are 60 different Dingbat slides in the resource for pupils to have fun with. Answers are included on each slide.

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