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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An acrostic poem is one where the beginning letter of each line spells out a particular word. Pupils generally tend to like to write these poems as they are easier than other types of poetry. This resource contains 34 Hallowe’en Acrostic Poems templates as Gaeilge for pupils to write their own seasonal poetry.
This new seasonal resource contains 22 colouring sheets which will motivate pupils and keep them engaged at this exciting time of the year for them. The images are all black line drawings on A4 pages which should leave plenty of room for pupils to use their imagination and colour them appropriately.
An acrostic poem is one where the beginning letter of each line spells out a particular word. Pupils generally tend to like to write these poems as they are easier than other types of poetry. This resource contains 38 Hallowe’en Acrostic Poems templates for pupils to write their own seasonal poetry.
This seasonal resource focuses on ordinal numbers and positional language which can pose some difficulties for younger pupils and SEN pupils. The pack includes four worksheets with a Hallowe’en theme for pupils to practise these essential skills.
This seasonal Gaeilge domino game resource is aimed at assisting pupils in middle/senior classes in consolidating their knowledge of vocabulary on the theme of Oíche Shamhna. There are 24 domino cards in the pack with three printed on each A4 page.
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Our class really enjoyed this book and we followed the bus on our class map, also, so the children looked up all of the places in the book! read more…
This Junior Maths Table Quiz, especially put together for Maths Week 2021, comprises six rounds of six questions, a Tie-Break round, Maths Jokes and answers to all questions on 117 Powerpoint slides. It is geared towards pupils in the junior/middle part of the school.
This seasonal resource consists of thirteen posters with children dressed up in various Hallowe’en costumes. Characters on the posters include a cat, mummy, devil, monster, wizard, witch and spider. The posters are aimed at acting as a stimulus for oral language and talk/discussion on the theme of dressing up for Hallowe’en.