This is a comprehensive, no-prep, step-by-step breakdown of almost all aspects of fractions for fifth and sixth classes under the Irish curriculum (except for expressing fractions as decimals and percentages).Contents1.What is a Fraction? // Parts
24 flashcards with useful vocabulary, as well as five 'question and answer' speech bubbles which can be used as a stimulus for oral Irish.Can be used with 'Bob nó Breab', a story based around the theme of Hallowe'en and suitable for fifth or sixth
Flashcards with the infinitive and meaning of 32 regular verbs, plus the 11 irregulars. (e.g. Tóg – to take).These can be used in loads of different ways – here are some ideas!Give a card to each student and have them find the person with the
A comprehensive, step-by-step guide on reading, interpreting and constructing pie charts from data.Includes interactive walk-throughs of using a protractor to construct angles within a circle - allowing the teacher to walk around the class while
An engaging PowerPoint exploring schools in the past in Ireland.Contents 1.‘Big Idea’ and 3 Success Criteria.2.Types of Evidence3.Timeline of Irish Schooling4.Compare and Contrast (Physical)5.Day-to-Day School (5 Headings)6.Recap and
An interactive PowerPoint demonstrating the difference between perimeter and area, how to calculate each, and the process to follow when dealing with irregular shapes.Any questions or comments, please get in touch @irishguyteaching on Instagram, or
Money Target Boards for use with the Irish Curriculum (€).Kids solve the problems and label the numbers in the box 1-9. (see thumbnails).Two levels, A and B, allow for easy differentiation - complete A to move on to B.Any questions or comments
A simple blueberry muffin recipe as Gaeilge, with a 'fill in the blank' exercise for ingredients and directions.Can be used for a fun couple of lessons during Seachtain na Gaeilge with an older class.English version included.