Glór na nGael has published a national strategy to support the Irish language as a family
language, Towards a Strategic Plan For Irish as a Family Language. The core aim of the
proposed strategy is to support and encourage parents to raise their children through the
medium of Irish and to support families National Family Fun Day
Glór na nGael is organising a National Fun Day for Families in Ionad Náisiúnta Óige na
hÉireann, Droim Rí, County Meath, with the support Cumann na bhFiann.
There are 8 bingo cards here with words and phrases related to Halloween. This is a great way to practice new words and it offers an opportunity for children to learn about the customs and traditions related to the Celtic festival.
Click on the link below to read an interesting article written by Rita Rosenback, a language expert with many years’ experience of working with bilingual families. She has her own website and can be contacted by families who wish to seek advice on raising families bilingually.
The Autumn is here and it’s a lovely time of year to go on a family walk in a forest park. To keep young children busy, give them each a paper bag and a copy of this nature treasure hunt. It is great for learning and using new words ‘as Gaeilge’ and they will have great fun at the same time.