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Collection by Clíona Ní Cheallacháin NicChárthaigh

Clíona Ní Cheallacháin NicChárthaigh
Gaelic alphabet - still spoken in parts of Ireland. I've wished I could speak Gaelic since I did Irish Dancing! Gälische Tattoo, Tattoos, Celtic Alphabet, Alphabet Symbols, Alphabet Letters, Scottish Gaelic, Gaelic Irish, Irish Language, Information Technology

Gaelic alphabet - we used this to write in Irish. It was discontinued in the sixties but I chose to keep on using it until I put down my pen after finishing the Leaving Certificate Irish exam - have to say this was done with much relief.

Mata: Cruthanna sa Ghaeilge (Bheadh sé de chlaonadh agam fáil réidh leis an mBéarla ón bpóstaer seo toisc nach bhfuil aon ghá leis. Gaelic Words, Irish Language, Scottish Gaelic, Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Irish Culture, Irish Pride, Irish Quotes, Irish Blessing, Irish Celtic

#irishfortheeyes. Learn Gaeilge, the Irish language. shape, shapes, circle, square, triangle, rectangle, star

Oral Language Irish game for display on a whiteboard. Child will sit facing the… Class Displays, Classroom Displays, Class Rules Poster, Irish Fest, Irish Games, Irish Language, 5th Class, Learn Hebrew, Primary Teaching

Gaeilge - Balla Ceist

Oral Language Irish game for display on a whiteboard. Child will sit facing the rest of the class while their classmates will ask them a variety of the questions displayed on the board. Can be updated regularly according to new phrases and conversations learned.

Bunting Mé Féin (Gaeilge) Colour & Black/White by Ms Forde's Classroom Primary Teaching, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, 6 Class, Irish Language, Learn Hebrew, Coding For Kids, Class Activities, Word Study

Bunting Mé Féin (Gaeilge) Colour & Black/White

This resource contains 12 bunting (differentiated) based on the theme of Mé Féin. It is a nice activity to create and display as a whole class activity at the start of the year. There is a space on each bunting for the child to draw their portrait. They could also design teh back of the bunting with...

 Go maith mar threoir bhunúsach scríbhneoireachta. Numeracy Activities, Literacy And Numeracy, Language Activities, Maths, Display Boards For School, School Displays, Classroom Displays, Irish Language, Writing Words

Fráma Scríbhneoireachta (Simplí). Go maith mar threoir bhunúsach scríbhneoireachta. Bunscoil nó meánscoil. 5 cheist: Cé? Cad? Cathain? Cá háit? Cén fáth? #Gaeilge #Ceisteanna #Scríbhneoireacht #Aistí