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 subtraction resource pack is to help pupils consolidate their knowledge of subtraction facts. It covers tables from -0 to -10. It can either be used
Sa chomhad seo tá foclóir ag baint leis an Scoil. Tá an foclóir go léir ar aon bhileog amháin. Bheadh sé oiriúnach
As you may have noticed, we have been working hard behind the scenes on revamping the website over the past few months. The site is almost ten years old this year and the last revamp was done in 2010. read more…
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
This resource Pack contains 24 different resources with almost 100 pages of activities based on the novel “Bill’s New Frock” by Anne Fine. It’s suitable for work with probably a 2nd/3rd class
This is the second in a new set of drama resources for the classroom. The 20 cards in the resource provide scenarios for role play/improvisation in the classroom.
This resource is to help pupils understand how two words can be put together to make a new word called a compound word. Compound words regularly occur in reading material
This addition resource pack is to help pupils consolidate their knowledge of addition facts. It covers tables from +0 to +10. It can either be used