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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There is continuing importance being laid upon getting children to do more physical activity, both in school and at home. The aim of this Powerpoint resource is to give pupils a structured movement break at 10am consisting of 10 simple exercises.
This new EU Resource Pack contains lots of different activities, worksheets and files for display in the classroom when doing a topic on the EU. It contains 23 different resource files (in English and Gaeilge) totalling 362 pages of EU resources.
Sa chomhad seo tá roinnt póstaeir a bheadh úsáideach má tá téama siopadóireachta á dhéanamh agat sa seomra ranga. Tá nathanna cainte agus frásaí coitianta ann a chloistear sa siopa nuair atá custaméir ag ceannach earraí.
Educational bingo games are a great way for pupils to learn so many different skills. This FREE bingo game is based on pupils’ knowledge of twelve of the twenty eight members of the European Union. read more…
“Diary Detectives” by Erika McGann is about a girl called Cass and her two best friends called Lex and Nicholas. Cass has a mortal enemy, Ms Lee. Ms Lee wants all the children to stop annoying the residents. read more…
This is a story about things going missing at Lenny’s grandad’s house. There are good descriptions of the creatures that Lenny and his grandad meet on their quest to find out read more…
This resource is to help pupils understand how two words can be put together to make a contraction. Contractions regularly occur in reading material so it is important that pupils understand how they are made up and where that dreaded apostrophe goes!
If you are designating a specific “Maker Space” area in the classroom for work on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Maths) activities, this word mat may be useful. It serves as a useful list of items that might be included in your Maker Space Area.