Fraction Anchor Chart Freebie and Hands-on Fractions- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Fraction Anchor Chart Freebie and Hands-on Fractions- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

my house - your - his - her - our -your ( plural ) their / my father - etc.

my house - your - his - her - our -your ( plural ) their / my father - etc.

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Classroom Displays, Class Displays, Classroom Ideas, Irish Language, Celtic Culture, Languages, Creative Ideas, Grammar, School Stuff

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Ag úsáid Réamhfhocail na Gaeilge // Using Prepositions in Irish

Irish Language, Class Displays, Languages, Maths, School Stuff, Celtic, School Ideas, Ireland, Idioms

Is the fada important in Irish. Amazingly missing a fada can change a words meaning!

Is the fada important in Irish. Amazingly missing a fada can really change a words meaning. Cake versus poop, for instance

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Irish Language, Foreign Languages, 5th Class, School Ideas, Lesson Plans, Genealogy, Ireland, Spanish, Irish

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