Hello, everyone! We're glad that you could come.
With all of our our Bookbug Sessions on hold for now, join in with our online Bookbug Session to keep stories, songs and rhymes alive at home! You can find most of the songs and rhymes on Bookbug's songs and rhymes app too.
This week we celebrate Gaelic - one of Scotland's three official languages. It doesn't matter if you're new to Gaelic, or just learning - sharing songs and rhymes in a new language is a fun way to pick up new words and phrases! You will also find all of the song and rhyme lyrics on our website so you can follow these as you listen.
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Songs and rhymes to start with
- Ciamar a tha thu? (this will open in a new window)(How are you?)
- Madainn mhath! (Good morning!)
- Aon Dhà Trì (this will open in a new window)(One, Two, Three)
- Sùilean, cluasan, sròn is beul (this will open in a new window)(Eyes, ears, nose and mouth)
Action-packed songs and rhymes
- Tha sinn a’ dol suas is suas ( We are going up and up)
- Crois Crois, Loidhn' Loidhn' (Cross, Cross, Line, Line)
- Ròlaidh, pòlaidh (this will open in a new window)(Roly poly)
- Ceann, gualainn, glùinean, cas (Heads, shoulders, knees and toes)
Story time: Oidhche Mhath Tractar (this will open in a new window)by Michelle Robinson
Songs and rhymes featuring animals
- Damhan-allaidh (this will open in a new window)(Spider song)
- Èisg bhig (Little fish)
- Làir bhreabach (Kicking mare)
Calming songs and rhymes to finish with
- Gille Beag O (Little Lad)
- Bogha-frois (Rainbow Song)
- Tìoraidh a h-uile duine (this will open in a new window)(Goodbye song)
See you next Monday for a brand new online Bookbug Session!
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