Saturday, November 19th, 2016

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town Using Lámh Signs

If you have pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in your school that use the Lámh Signs, it might be a good idea to teach this traditional Christmas song to all of the pupils in your class/school. Doing something like this with the whole class/school promotes inclusion and allows all pupils to learn some Lámh signs in a fun way.

There aren’t too many Lámh signs to learn in order to sing the song and they are all quite clearly demonstrated in this video. Try doing at least one song in your Christmas concert/nativity using Lámh signs this year.


Category: SEN / Video
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4 Responses

November 28, 2016

Hello,

I was just wondering if you would have a simple translation in Irish/ Gaeilge of the song “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” as it would be really helpful for me for my assignment.

Thank you.


December 1, 2016
admin

Hi Lyn, I don’t have the Gaeilge version on the site, however I’ve seen a Gaeilge version on Youtube.


December 6, 2016

Féach an crann nollag
Féach na féiríní
Féach na páistí beaga
Tá siad ‘na luí
Tá San Nioclás ag teacht anseo anocht

Ag éisteacht is ag fáire
gach páiste beag is mór
Bí cúramach tabhair aire
nach ndéanfaidh tú aon ghlór

Ó hata dearg
féasóg bán
buataisí dubha
is mála lán
Tá San Nioclás ag teacht anseo anocht

Tá San Nioclás ag teacht anseo anocht


December 8, 2016
Bríd Uí Mhaoluala

Ó bígí go maith, go hiontach gach lá,
Teigí a chodladh, tá „s agaibh cén fáth,
Tá Daidí na Nollag ag teacht go luath.
Tá liosta aige, déanta faoi dhó,
Is faigheann sé amach cé bhíonn dána, gan
stró,
Tá Daidí na Nollag ag teacht go luath.
Bíonn sé ag féachaint ortsa,
Ag éisteacht leat gach lá,
Is muna mbíonn tú dána,
Beidh gach aon rud go breá.
Ó bígí go maith,
go hiontach gach lá
,
Teigí a chodladh, tá „s agaibh cén fáth.
Tá Daidí na Nollag
ag teacht go luath