Project Description

Having fun with your child

 

Fun is the best way for children and toddlers to find out about the world. With your help, this is also a great way to support the development of their language skills.

As a parent, you are your children’s best friend. Do your best to spend time having fun with them every day.

Young children love physical fun, but especially counting or ticking their toes and fingers.

When your child gets a bit older and stronger, give them toys that are safe to use and explain what they are to them.

Make sure that you use sounds to explain certain items, for example, the car goes ‘brmm brmm’ or ‘beep beep’. You can sing songs or rhymes to make the toys fun.

Children love to listen to songs and rhymes and play games such as peek-a-boo again and again.

 

Timpeall Timpeall Rothaí an Charr

Timpeall timpeall rothaí an charr

Timpeall timpeall rothaí an charr

Timpeall timpeall rothaí an charr

Rothaí ag casadh timpeall

 

Bíp Bíp Bíp ag adharc an charr

Bíp bíp bíp ag adharc an charr

Bíp bíp bíp ag adharc an charr

Géilligí don bíp bíp

 

Swish swash swish cuimilteoirí an charr

Swish swash swish cuimilteoirí an charr

Swish swash swish cuimilteoirí an charr

Ag glanadh na fuinneoga

 

Mise an Traein

Mise an traein, puff, puff, puff

Mise an madra, bhuf, bhuf, bhuf

Mise an bus, bíp bíp bíp

Mise an tsicín, tsíp, tsíp, tsíp.

 

Carr Beag

Carr beag dearg

Carr beag buí,

Carr beag gorm,

A haon, a dó, a trí.