We want to give parents and guardians a chance to share the Irish language journey with their children. It is great to expose yourself to Irish as much as possible, the following are some ideas for the adults at home:
Here is a really useful little booklet with lots of those common words and phrases. Created to support parents of children who attend Irish speaking schools, this is equally helpful for anyone learning the language!
➢ Podcasts: One Minute Irish, Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast, Beo ar Éigean
➢ Irish social media accounts on Instagram: @gaeilgesabhaile @bandeadd @mise.poilin @caoimhechats
➢ Radio na Gaeltachta
Le go n-éireodh le páiste an dara teanga a fhoghlaim, caithfidh sé/sí a bheith nochta don teanga sin. Central to the successful learning of a second language is exposure to the language.
Seo thíos roinnt eolais agus áiseanna atá ar fáil ar líne chun cuidiú le teaghlaigh ar mian leo cur lena gcumas Gaeilge agus lena húsáid sa bhaile.
A few websites that may help you on your way are;
COGG has a wealth of resources
Duolingo - online language learning for free
Teanglann - a useful dictionary and the Pronunciation Database lets you listen to the word in the three main dialects.
Ranganna - Irish Language training courses
Is Feidir Liom - 10 free online Irish Language lessons
Fís agus Foghlaim - a series of videos that make learning Irish language grammar a lot easier and a lot more fun. They focus on some of the core grammatical points
The Irish National Anthem - with subtitles
www.tearma.ie is great for terms related to specific areas of language
www.acmhainn.ie/freagra you can text or email your query in
Gaeilge sa Bhaile/ Irish at Home:
Gaeilge sa Mórthimpeall/ Irish All Around Me
Mol an Óige agus Tiocfaidh Sí! / Praise, Praise, Praise!
Ag Labhairt is ag Léamh as Gaeilge / Speaking and Reading in Irish
Spreagadh agus Spraoi sa Bhaile / Fun at Home
Seo cúpla frásaí úsáideacha a bheas ina cuidiú (ón lch 'Gaeilgesabhaile' le Corey ar Instagram)
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