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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While many special education teachers use a Visual Schedule with pupils, it is equally important that they are also used in the mainstream classroom. This second version of the Classroom Visual Schedule is available in both English and Gaeilge and in both lower and upper case,making four new versions.
This book is about Jason Sherlock, an Irish sports’ legend, and his journey to the All-Ireland final. Jason grew up in Finglas, County Dublin. His father was Asian and his mother was Irish. He had no brothers or sisters, but lived with his mom, grandmother and two uncles. read more…
This set of Geography Task Cards is aimed at pupils in middle and senior classes who are either learning or revising the counties of Ireland and the provinces that they belong to. The game cards ask pupils to name the province in which each of the counties are located. There are 32 cards in the pack as well as answer cards.
Sentences are the building blocks of all pieces of writing for pupils. However, they do need to be taught the process for building good sentences. This short FREE display resource reminds pupils of the process for making and constructing good sentences. read more…
In a digital era, we sometimes wonder if handwriting is still an important skill for pupils to learn. However, there are many benefits, both physical and educational, in getting pupils to practise penmanship and pencil control. This Tracing Booklet contains 30 pages of tracing practice with different patterns for pupils to trace with their pencil.
While many special education teachers use a Visual Schedule with pupils, it is equally important that they are also used in the mainstream classroom. This Classroom Visual Schedule, available in English and Gaeilge, provides almost 100 options for use in the classroom.
This set of spelling signs is designed to assist pupils with one strategy that they can employ when learning Irish spellings. It consists of five rectangular signs that follow the Féach – Abair – Clúdaigh – Scríobh – Ceartaigh strategy. Each sign also contains a visual cue for pupils as to what that part of the strategy is.
This book was extremely good!! I love the way that it is based on something very important in Irish history and I also loved all the cool names that the characters had. I think my favourite character was probably Fionn, although I also liked Cana and Iolla. read more…