Babies and children love to play – and the great news is, it’s brilliant for their health and development too! Playing with your wee one is a great way to connect with them, while for older kids, taking part in activities and socialising with their friends helps keep them fit and healthy and can also boost their mood, concentration and help them sleep better. From tots to teens, we have lots of ideas to keep them entertained and make your life easier.

Gàidhlig (Gaelic)

Here you’ll find tips to help your children learn Gaelic along with useful resources for you to discover more about Gaelic education.

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Activity bags

The Bookbug and Read Write Count with the First Minister free activity bags are a great way to help Scotland’s children learn and have fun. Brought to you by Scottish Book Trust in partnership with Scottish Government, Education Scotland and Parent Club, they’re given to your child when they’re in Primary 1, 2, and 3. Here you can find out more about what’s in the bags and how you can use the contents to have fun with your child.

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