Welcome to Gaelic4Parents.com, the website for parents and children interested and involved in Gaelic education. Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig) is a Celtic language native to Scotland and thousands of children (and adults!) are learning it right now.
This site is bursting with games, stories, audio and much more to help you enjoy the experience of learning Gaelic, whatever your ability. Why not go straight to some of the interactive fun at Listen and Speak or in the 'Learn' section? Listen to stories like An Gruffalo, sing along line-by-line , or plunge into the huge fantasy adventures of Colla and Corstaig with 'An Criostal Cridhe'.
If you worry about being able to support your child/children with Gaelic homework, then this website has a very easy solution for you!
During school term-time live online help is available from Monday up to and including Thursday, from 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm each evening, via the 'Live Help' button on the right hand of this page. More information is available in this Community post. Let us know what you think!
Gaelic4Parents.com is now optimised for your smartphone! Visit us on iPhone, Android or Blackberry and you can listen to nearly 200 Gaelic books, stories and songs, access the G4P Community and get all our information on Gaelic Education.
Research has shown that bilingualism is beneficial for children’s development and their future. Antonella Sorace is the Professor of Developmental Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh and spoke at An t-Alltan 2011, a conference for Gaelic Teachers organised by Storlann. Watch the speech below.More information here: Bilingualism Matters