The life of Saint Brigid is celebrated on February 1st. Brigid is regarded as Ireland’s female patron saint and is highly regarded for her spirituality and her service to the poor. The following resources may help your pupils learn about Brigid and her life. The video below also shows how to make a St. Brigid’s Cross. (if you don’t have reeds, I’ve made perfectly good ones before with long art straws) [click to continue…]
This resource is aimed at junior pupils or SEN pupils at the beginning of literacy work on comprehension. It is based on the Ladybird “Read It Yourself” fact book. Either the pupil reads the book themselves, or the teacher/SNA reads the book to the pupil.
Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into six separate cards. Either the pupil or teacher/SNA should read the question at the top of each card [click to continue…]
Seo cur i láthair Powerpoint ag léiriú conas pancóga a dhéanamh le haghaidh Máirt na hInide (Shrove Tuesday). Is féidir leis na daltaí na comhabhair, na gréithe a n-úsáidtear agus an oideas a fhoghlaim.
(comhad .pptx 1.67MB) [click to continue…]
Short Powerpoint Presentation telling the story of St. Brigid’s Cloak.
(.ppt file 628KB)
Short Powerpoint on the life cycle of the frog. Also includes ‘Wiggle, Waggle, Wiggle’ action poem.
Source: Maggie O’ Leary
(.ppt file 207KB)