Book Review – A Spooktacular Place To Be

Book Review – A Spooktacular Place To Be

Thank you so much for sending me out the book! 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! They especially loved the Skeleton driver and all of the illustrations in the...
Aip A hAon, a Dó, a Trí

Aip A hAon, a Dó, a Trí

Tá sé ráite go minic gurb é an bealach is éasca teanga a fhoghlaim ná tríd amhráin. Ar an dóigh sin, tá aip úrnua cruthaithe ag Conradh na Gaeilge Charn Tóchair, le beochana de rainn agus amhráin do pháistí. Tá dearadh simplí ar an aip agus tá 10 amhrán agus rann...
Phantom Pupil

Phantom Pupil

Have any of you ever used a Phantom Pupil as a strategy in the classroom? “Brendan” (who incidentally doesn’t have a surname!!) has been my phantom pupil for the past few years. For some reason, he keeps staying with me in 6th class. However, he doesn’t manage to make...
Book Review – The Bee Charmer of Henrietta Street

Book Review – The Bee Charmer of Henrietta Street

Eliza and Jonty, her little brother, move to Henrietta Street from the beautiful suburbs of Rathmines after their father loses his business and to say that their lives change indescribably is an understatement. Eliza doesn’t love her new home to begin with but when...
Book Review – Jason Sherlock

Book Review – Jason Sherlock

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...
Book Review – Fionn and the Fianna

Book Review – Fionn and the Fianna

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. Fionn,...