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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This book is aimed to captivate the post Montessori pupils. It is a very creative, fun and descriptive story. The story is about a leprechaun couple and a spider. It exemplifies the mantra of ‘Never judge a book by its cover’. read more…
Teachers regularly do a topic of work on people who help us in our community. This oral language resource will be helpful when working on this topic. It consists of 20 oral language cards where pupils have to work out
Ó thaobh litríochta agus ealaíne, is leabhair álainn é seo. Thosnaíos á léamh le mo rang sinsir (4ú go 6ú) tar éis aonad faoin mbéaloideas. Chomh maith le sin táim tar éis an leabhair a úsáid mar bhunús de roinnt ranganna ealaíne read more…
This resource contains a set of 50 questions beginning with “Is”. Its aim is to focus in on one particular type of question and to help pupils to construct appropriate sentences as answers. It could be used with pupils in junior and middle classes
Sa chomhad seo tá foclóir ag baint le gairmeacha beatha. Tá an foclóir go léir ar aon bhileog amháin. Bheadh sé oiriúnach do dhaltaí a bhéas ag déanamh scríbhneoireacht cruthaitheach sa seomra ranga
This resource is aimed at younger pupils or pupils with speech and language difficulties. It presents pairs of words which are almost similar in pronunciation. The pupil is required to say each word in every pair aloud making sure they pronounce
This story is about our President going to Dublin Castle and forgetting his glasses. The President’s pigeon must fly across Dublin and give them back to him. I liked it because it’s about our President and a pigeon. 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!