Exciting, illustrated writing frame for a wild, stormy sea, with wavy lines to write on. Prompts for moving words for the sea, and similes to embellish them. Ideas to suggest: raging and roaring like a furious lion locked up in a cage, rolling, writhing, rearing like a deadly desert snake; crashing like a crumbling cliff, howling and shrieking eerily like some gloomy, ghostly spirit. But the piece offers cheer at the end, when it’s as peaceful as … (a glorious, golden sunset or a flower garden in spring).
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This is a phonic powerpoint that /ee/ that used synthetic phonic approach to teaching phonics in an Explicit Direct Instruction method. The level of difficulty can be increased from simple words to more challenging words. The sounds are used in words and sentences. No voice over is provided in the PDF version.
Here is a list of phrases you can use around the house and throughout the day to keep Irish on the kids’ minds. Through this informal use of Irish, it will bring the language out of the classroom and into daily life!
Gaeilge le chéile,