Good Luck - In Irish (Gaelic) (May the road rise before you) #HappyPaddy'sDay! Eirinn go Brach!

I'm a bit rusty, but know a few phrases. Oh: 'Good Luck' - In Irish (Gaelic) ( May the road rise before you ).

Bunting Mé Féin (Gaeilge)  Colour & Black/White

Bunting Mé Féin (Gaeilge) Colour & Black/White

This resource contains 12 bunting (differentiated) based on the theme of M Fin…

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!

Theimaginationnook: "Bucket Filler...That's Me"

This Word Search Freebie is part of a larger bundle. What's included in this larger BUNDLE? Bucket Fillers is an easily implemented program that teaches children the value of their

This WILL be my next tattoo. It carries a lot of meaning and I especially like that it's gaelic.

Items similar to Castles Fine Art Photograph - It takes time to build castles in Irish Gaelic on Etsy

#irishfortheeyes Learn Gaeilge, the Irish language. Jewelry, necklace, chain, ring, bracelet, earring, wristwatch

Iago othello essay summary Shakespeare presents Iago as a collection of unsolvable puzzles.

LaethantaANLUAN123

laethanta na seachtaine . days of the week in as Gaeilge / in the Irish language

children's poems to sharpen your reading skills (or vocal skills) in Irish.

children's poems to sharpen your reading skills (or vocal skills) in Irish.

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!

líne eadaí

Junior Infants are learning Irish. Last month we learned how to talk about our clothes or our Eadaí. We know sciorta, geansai, stocai, bro.

Similes in Irish language (GAEILGE)

Similes in Irish language (GAEILGE)

Irish Language, Primary School, Teaching Tips, Class Displays, Story Ideas, Simile, School Stuff, Celtic, Classroom Ideas

A fun and interactive suite of ten games based on the National Curriculum for Irish. http://www.smartycatgames.ie

A fun and interactive suite of ten games based on the National Curriculum for Irish. http://www.smartycatgames.ie

Póstaer 'I Spy' as Gaeilge

Feicim = I see / rud éigin = something / ag tosú le - starting with / ag = ing / le = with

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