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Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish Class Displays, Classroom Displays, Class Rules Poster, Short Vowel Sounds, Irish Proverbs, Irish Language, 5th Class, Scottish Gaelic, Classroom Organisation

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Seo póstaeir as Gaeilge a chuidíonn leis na páistí cén chaoi na réamhfhocail a úsáid i gceart - caitheann séimhiú nó urú a úsáid leo. Is fiú iad seo a chrochadh i ngach seomra ranga Gaelscoile agus cinnte i seomra Rang 4/5/6 in aon scoil eile ar bith. This is a set of posters in Irish which help c...

Oral Irish Made Easy - Graspit Irish Gaelic Language, Gaelic Words, Irish Gaelic Tattoo, Irish Tattoos, Scottish Gaelic, Gaelic Irish, Irish Pride, Irish Quotes, Irish Sayings

Bí ag Léamh! - Graspit

This is a four paged, laminated fold-over card, A4 in size. Its purpose is to get students to read fluently and meaningfully “as Gaeilge”. It presents us with an abundance of vocabulary on the ten themes of the new curriculum along with tips and hints regarding verbs, questions, feelings, small words and pronunciation. A must for every student ! Suitable for 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th class students in primary schools. Suitable for 1st year to Junior Certificate students in secondary schools…

Oral Irish Made Easy - Graspit Irish Gaelic Language, Gaelic Words, How To Speak Irish, Irish Quotes, Gaelic Quotes, Irish Sayings, Irish Culture, Irish Pride, Irish Celtic

Bí ag Caint! - Graspit

This is a four paged, laminated “fold-over” card, A4 in size. Its purpose is to get students speaking Irish. It’s an oral card. Expressions, phrases and general vocabulary used in real life situations are presented in an attractive fashion. As a result students will create and act out their own “scits” as Gaeilge! They’ll be speaking Irish without even knowing it. Suitable for 4th, 5th, and 6th class students in primary schools. Suitable for 1st year to Junior Certificate students in…

aidiacht shealbhach Possessive Pronouns: mo do a ár PDF Scottish Words, Scottish Gaelic, School Hacks, School Projects, Irish Gaelic Language, Fathers Day Art, Study Motivation, Learning Resources

Aidiacht Shealbhach Poster – Mash.ie

Aidiacht Shealbhach/possessive adjectives poster. Rules/rialacha for Mo Do A Ár Bhur A

Na Briathra Neamhrialta - Irregular Irish Verbs Irish Language, Irregular Verbs, Irish Girls, Teaching Resources, Ireland, Education, Learning, School, Languages

Perfect for Primary

Browse over 130 educational resources created by Perfect for Primary in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

The Difference between Ráth, Lios, ‘Fairy Forts’ and ‘Ring Forts’ – Irish Imbas Books Irish Mythology, Irish Language, National Road, Fairy Ring, Early Middle Ages, Fantasy Story, Pond, Medieval, Ireland

The Difference between Ráth, Lios, ‘Fairy Forts’ and ‘Ring Forts’

The Difference between Ráth, Lios, ‘Fairy Forts’ and ‘Ring Forts’ – Irish Imbas Books

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