Here are videos demonstating how to help your children with maths homework.
Obair Bhaile cabhair do thuismitheoirí – Help for Parents with Irish Homework
www.focloir.ie is a helpful English Irish dictionary.
https://www.duolingo.com This is an app that can be used for all ages and is great for reinforcement of Irish at home.
https://www.seideansi.ie Irish language games to practice vocabulary from infants to sixth. There are lots of activities here.
https://www.digitaldialects.com/Irish.htm Interactive Irish games on different topics and can also be played in many other languages spoken by families in our school.
www.easyirish.com this is an Irish podcast for parents and children
https://cula4.com/en – Irish language tv programs, option to play games and activities through Irish. Options to translate to English onsite.
Mo chead fhocail is a good app for children learning and practicing basic Irish vocabulary.
Encourage children to share their Irish language learning at home. Encourage them to share their vocabulary and phrases, a story poem or a song that they are doing in class to motivate them with their language learning.
Tasks are easiest to accomplish when tied to specific routines. By establishing daily routines for homework completion, you will not only make homework go more smoothly, but you will also be fostering a sense of order you can apply to later life, including college and work.
- Step 1. Find a location in the house where homework will be done. The right location will depend on you and your family. Some children like to work in the quiet of their bedroom others like to have someone close by if they need help. Pick a space that suits you.
- Step 2. Set up a homework center. This is where you’ll find all the things you need for completing your homework, pens, pencils, rulers and rubbers are all there ready for you. Maybe even dictionaries or thesaurus or other reference books that might prove useful.
- Step 3. Establish a homework time. Try to get into the habit of always doing your homework at the same time each day. Straight after school, when dinner is finished, after football training, whatever works best for your family but if it becomes part of your day it will be easier.
- Step 4. Establish a daily homework schedule. It often works best to set up a pattern for homework, written work first then spellings and tables last, for example. You could practice your spellings or tables with your brother or sister, maybe you could read on the couch with your dog!