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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Autumn is a great time for getting outdoors and what better way to explore the changing face of nature with your pupils than with an Autumn Scavenger Hunt. This scavenger hunt has sixteen Autumn-related items for pupils to look out for on their walk. The resource also includes 19 follow-up writing frames for pupils to write about their discoveries.
“Lily’s Dream – A Lissadell Story” is about Lily and her best friends Maeve de Markievicz, Nellie, Nellie’s sister Johanna and Harry. Lily felt lucky to have a job as a housemaid in Lissadell, but she always dreamed about becoming a teacher. Lily was also very good at knitting and sewing. read more…
This resource contains three 20-page seasonal booklets aimed at younger pupils. Pupils have to colour the Autumn images and trace/write the words/phrases/sentences at the bottom of the page. It gives pupils opportunities to practise fine motor and colouring skills.
If you have done a unit of work on Na Baill Beatha, perhaps as part of a “Mé Féin” theme, you may wish to assess how familiar the pupil are with the vocabulary associated with “Na Baill Beatha. This pack contains nine pages of Assessment on this topic.
This resource is aimed at providing an email template for pupils to display an example of their written work. There are four templates in English and four templates as Gaeilge included in the resource. Some of the templates have lines which some pupils may find easier to write on.
This Gaeilge domino game resource is aimed at assisting pupils in middle/senior classes in consolidating their knowledge of Na Baill Beatha. There are 33 domino cards in the pack in a hexagonal design, with two cards printed on each A4 page.
Dolch words are a list of 220 “service words” developed in the 1940s by William Dolch. They consist of a series of sets of words which are considered to be vocabulary which occurs most frequently in children’s reading material. This resource contains each set of words on a single page with an Autumn theme.
The Trooping Fairies have visited the small town of Clonbridge for their annual celebration. Their arrival awakens other creatures who are also after fun and mischief. Sibhe is the queen of the fairies. She seems like a very nice fairy but turns evil once you get on her bad side. read more…