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Why not make learning Gaelic a family activity? Many of the Gaelic medium schools run classes for parents, with supporting Gaelic activities for kids.
Why not make learning Gaelic a family activity? Many of the Gaelic medium schools run classes for parents, with supporting Gaelic activities for kids. If you plan to enrol your child in school, it’s worth finding out what support is available to you. Don’t forget about our pals at Gaelic4Parents.com – they have games, stories and homework help!
There are loads of evening classes all over Scotland and they are a great way to learn the language and make new pals.
Technology means that there are more options now than ever before to to put you in touch with institutions and tutors.
There are many courses at colleges to get you learning Gaelic.
Many of Scotland's universities offer Gaelic as a degree or part of a course at all different levels.
People learn Gaelic today for many reasons. Some want to connect with their culture and other people want to better understand place names of Scotland. People often learn Gaelic because they want to sing the beautiful songs of the language.
Unfortunately, many myths about Gaelic have become popular over the years, such as “Gaelic is dead,” or “I’m too old to learn Gaelic.”