*FREE FOR PARENTS/CHILDREN- a pdf extract from Nibbler’s Aistear Adventures on oral language and vocabulary development. Click on the following link… https://www.cleverkids.ie/Nibbler_download.pdf (See detailed image of pdf resource below)

COVID HOME SCHOOL DAILY ACTIVITIES. I have four children aged 4,6,8 and 10 and will be doing educational activities with them at home during this time. I started Covid Home School on Instagram and also this blog to share these daily educational activities with parents of our primary school students, and other parents/ schools, who may wish to avail of them. For those accessing the Covid Home School educational activities for your children, you may not see the heading if you are using a mobile device. Click on the green ‘menu’ button at the top of the page and Covid Home School can be found there.


Free pdf download on oral language and vocabulary development

Nibbler’s Adventures

Aistear by eduhub is a resource designed for teachers to
help incorporate the Aistear curriculum framework into the
junior classrooms – a framework for learning through play.

Language for Living

A wealth of inspiring resources for the development of vocabulary and spoken language.

  • Offers planned, intentional teaching of vocabulary
  • A progressive, considered method to narrow the word gap

We can share with our children a wealth of words…by closing the vocabulary gaps for children in our classrooms with their peers, we can offer them the vital academic tools for school success, alongside the capability to communicate with confidence in the world beyond the school gates.

Alex Quigley, Closing the Vocabulary Gap (2018)

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world

Nelson Mandela

Language is the most powerful instrument of human progress

Maria Montessori

Get In Touch

Mail: Julieannedevlin@yahoo.com

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Nibbler the Puppet will take your pupils on an adventure around Sandy Shore as they explore each Aistear topic

Themed flashcards, big books, teacher’s handbooks with all you need for the different suggested play areas (sand, role play, play-dough, junk art, construction, sensory, water, permanent maths & literacy, language, maths and cross curricular) and photocopy templates
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