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 new set of Maths Task Cards is aimed at pupils in junior/middle classes. They are intended to be used as a fun game/task to reinforce and consolidate pupils’ knowledge of addition and addition tables facts. There are 169 cards in the pack, from 0 + 0 all the way up to 12 + 12, with four cards per A4 page.
This Gaeilge domino game resource is aimed at assisting pupils in middle/senior classes in consolidating their knowledge of the names of 45 different siopaí. There are 46 domino cards in the pack with three printed on each A4 page.
These Fractions Posters are aimed at providing pupils with visual cues to help them with the language of fractions in maths work. There are eleven posters in the pack which explain various vocabulary associated with fractions.
This book is in every way perfect, the way the author delved into each character. I mean I felt sorry for the villains at some points like with Victor Hunter and what happened to his family! He had a reason for the things he did; he was a terrible person but he had a reason nevertheless. read more…
“Lily’s Dream: A Lissadell Story” written by Judi Curtin is a brilliant book about a girl named Lily. After Lily’s dad died, her mam was struggling to feed and care for five children. As Lily was old enough, she left school and started working as a house maid at a house called Lissadell. read more…
This display resource, just in time for Science Week, is aimed at providing information to pupils about a range of famous scientists and inventors. It consists of image posters and information posters for 23 different scientists/inventors for display in the classroom.
The purpose of this resource is to create an active Science Week activity where pupils get out of their desks to complete the task. There are 26 questions on the trail covering a variety of science topics.
This new resource, published to accompany the Types of Scientists Photo Pack, would be an ideal activity for Science Week next week.. The pack consists of 2 worksheets with ten questions on each – all of the answers are contained in the Types of Scientists Photo Pack display.