Conversation Jenga! Write questions on the blocks and have students answer as they play. Get your students speaking Spanish (or French, or German, or whatever language you teach!) and make conversation practice their favorite part of class.

Conversation Jenga Speaking Activity for Language Classes

Game and Talk Conversation Jenga! Write questions on the blocks and have students answer as they play. Get your students speaking Spanish (or French, or German, or whatever language you teach!) and make conversation practice their favorite part of class.

Love this, is  a fun and easy project for children to learn and practise the parts of the house Thanks heaps to Beto Di Lello for sharing this idea

A House of Her Own. Book Week Kids Love English: Parts of the House Great idea for kids to study the parts of a house. // or for spanish class

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.

Gaeilge - Balla Ceist

Oral Language Irish game for display on a whiteboard. Child will sit facing the…

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Class Displays, Classroom Displays, Classroom Ideas, Irish Language, Prepositions, Languages, Creative Ideas, Teaching Ideas, School Stuff

chart showing the difference that the fada makes in the Irish language

Learn 49 reasons why the Fada is important in Irish? How omitting a Fada is more than a grammatical mistake — it can completely change a word!

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Irish Language, Prepositions, Leis, Classroom Displays, School Stuff, Backpack, Languages, School Ideas, Math

St. Patrick's Day Creative Writing Pack. Think you have what it takes to be a real leprechaun?? See if you can complete the tasks (like saying this Irish tongue twister) and fill out the application form!

St. Patrick's Day Creative Writing - Leprechaun Help Wanted

Think you have what it takes to be a real leprechaun? See if you can complete the tasks (like saying this Irish tongue twister) and fill out the application form!

Dublin 1916 Then & Now – Pictures from the 1916 Rising

Lower Bridge Street & Ushers Quay, Dublin City At on Friday 28 April the Dublin Fire Brigade responded to a call at from Thomas Street station to attend to a raging fire on Usher's Quay on the southern banks of the River Liffey during the Easter Rising.

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