Pre-school

BBC iPlayer – Cartoons 
https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p0884y5n 
Gaelic Cartoons for children. A good way for them to still be hearing Gaelic.

Bookbug goes Gaelic
https://www.scottishbooktrust.com/articles/online-bookbug-session-bookbug-goes-gaelic
Did you know that Bookbug speaks Gaelic too? Get set for some of our favourite Gaelic songs and rhymes and a special story that's perfect for bedtime.

BookBug Sessions
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdMtu3KM0bE 
Bookbug session every Monday Wednesday & Friday at 10.30.

Clasrum air an oir
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1114725838907921/
A Facebook group with videos from children doing Gaelic activities, work and games ran by a Gaelic Teacher.

Cròileagan Dhùn Èideann
http://edinburghcroileagan.blogspot.com
Edinburgh Cròileagan website where you can get ideas on things to do with your children. Also available are songs, words and stories in Gaelic.

Gaelic Stories with Eilidh
https://www.facebook.com/Rionnagan-Beaga-Gaelic-Toddlers-Bishopbriggs-545258095506113/

Gàidhlig nan Òg
https://www.gaidhlig-nan-og.scot/en/ 
A resource created for parents of children aged 0-5. A variety of topics, such as animals, body, clothes, colours, daily Routine, numbers, weather and nursery rhymes with songs, sound files and PowerPoints available for them all. A great resource to help use Gaelic within the home.  

Gaelic for Parents
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9QBT8mlshM
A series of videos especially for parents to help them learn more Gaelic to use around the house. Songs and rhymes to use around the house!

Leugh & Seinn le Linda 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DjkWkjC1Mk 
Leugh & Seinn le Linda. A YouTube channel where Linda MacLeod will be hosting virtual reading and singing workshops on ‘Gaelic Books Council’ YouTube channel. She’ll be streaming live every Thursday at 10am for kids aged 0-5 and again at 10.30 for kids aged 5-8.

Picture and Word
On the Comann nam Pàrant website
10 A4 pages with Gaelic names for everyday objects you can stick to things  around the home.

Piper Pro- YouTube channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/piperpro- games and fun activities ideas for children to do in Gaelic for their colours and counting. 

Stay Safe and Strong 
http://safestrongandfree.org.uk/wp-content/
Very helpful resource that is now available in Gaelic – this one especially for Nursery aged children. Children will learn about feelings, bullying, safe people in their lives with other useful information for children.