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Patron Saints Day Assemblies - St David, St Patrick, St George and St Andrew

Patron Saints Day Assemblies - St David, St Patrick, St George and St Andrew

This bundle contains 4 patron saint day assemblies: 1) St David - 1 March 2) St Patrick - 17 March 3) St George - 23 April 4) St Andrew - 30 November. The St David's day assembly contains information on St David and the national symbols of the leek and daffodil. It finishes with some Welsh phrases to teach the children. The St Patrick's day assembly contains information on St Patrick and St Patrick's day celebrations around the world. It finishes with some Irish language phrases to teach the children. The St George's Day assembly contains information about St George, the legend of St George and the dragon, why St George is the patron saint of England and The George Cross. The St Andrew's Day assembly contains information on St Andrew, why St Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, Scottish customs and the Loch Ness monster. No further preparation is required.
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Gaeilge SOW - LCA

Gaeilge SOW - LCA

This is a scheme of work for LCA Irish. We do it over one year in our school so you may have to adapt for a two year program. Claddagh Classrooms
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Oíche Shamhna - Halloween Irish

Oíche Shamhna - Halloween Irish

This will be all you need for a festive Halloween lesson this year. This PowerPoint contains various activities to help students learn all the need to know about Halloween in Spanish. Student will engage in finding vocabulary, word searches, matching exercises, multiple choices activities and also they will attempt to write a short paragraph in Irish about what they do. All files are editable for your needs. Enjoy Claddagh Classrooms
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An Aimsir Display - The Weather in Irish Display

An Aimsir Display - The Weather in Irish Display

Simple display for the top of your board for the weather to change and use everyday. The display includes the following: Cad é an aimsir inniu? Uafasach Ceomhar Go hiontach Fuar Té Ag cur sneachta Gaofar Scamallach Tintreach & Tornach Ag cur baistí Grianmhar. PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE .PDF files only! Claddagh Classroom
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Bia - Meabhia (Fastfood in irish)

Bia - Meabhia (Fastfood in irish)

Simple display & task to introduce students to the topic of fast food. Once finished I add these cards to the word wall at the back of our classroom. There are more tasks relating to this topic in my shop:) Bain taitneam as Claddagh Classrooms Clipart from Kate Hadfield designs
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St Patrick's Day Art - Shamrock

St Patrick's Day Art - Shamrock

A ‘Fun with a Ruler’ art project for your students to complete on St Patrick’s Day. There are 2 different templates to choose from. This project involves your students ruling straight lines between 2 dots on a template. When they have finished drawing all of the lines they can give their artwork some colour. There is space at the bottom of each template for a writing task that you may wish to set (eg ‘If I found a pot of gold I would …’). If you don’t want this, simply cut the artwork out when finished. Included: ♦ Shamrock with pot of gold. ♦ Shamrock without pot of gold. ♦ Shamrock – draw your own stem, without pot of gold. ♦ Practise template. ♦ Example of the completed design. ��� Instructions. The templates are provided in both black and light grey dots. Level of Difficulty: Your students need to be able to use a ruler to draw straight lines between 2 points. The designs can look more complicated than they actually are. Concentration is required, but the actual process is not difficult. Instructions: Simple, clear, easy-to-follow instructions are provided. One instruction per page (image and a sentence). Display the instructions via a data projector if you have access to one. Otherwise print and enlarge them and/or demonstrate on an enlarged template. Practise Tempate: A practise template is included for your students to practise ruling the pattern before you give them the actual template. Equipment: You need a ruler and a pen (black or green works best for this project). Something to colour with (eg coloured pencils, watercolours, felt tip markers, chalk pastels, dye, etc) Keywords: string art, math, geometry, patterns, Ireland, Irish, luck. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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An Cháisc - Easter in Irish

An Cháisc - Easter in Irish

This is an essential bundle for your Gaeilge Classrooms this Easter. This bundle contains The story of Easter Easter Display & Task Easter Wordsearch Bain taitneamh as:) Claddagh CLassrooms
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An Cháisc (Gaeilge) - Easter Irish Display

An Cháisc (Gaeilge) - Easter Irish Display

Simple display cards to get your room and your students in the festive Easter spirit. My students love Easter! (It must be the chocolate!) and the display is nice when surrounded by students work. Alternatively use the activity attached also. I use these as a game first to introduce the vocabulary to my students. They are placed around my room and students are given a list of Easter vocabulary in English. They then have to find the Irish equivalent. It's nice to watch students discover the vocabulary themselves as opposed to looking at a PowerPoint and writing everything down in a vocabulary book. Once the lesson is finished they can go onto a display board. Please note this is a .pdf display only.
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