A number of parents have been impressed by how much Welsh their child is using and remembering at home. We follow a scheme called Fflic a Fflac that introduces new vocabulary each half term. We thought that we would let you know what we are working on so that you can help your child at home.
Pop-in time is also great way to come and see our floor books and take a look at all the welsh vocabulary that we are covering.
Bore da/pnawn da- Good morning/afternoon
Pawb I eistedd ar y carped- Everyone sit on the carpet.
Dyma fi- Here I am.
Pawb I olchi dwylo- Everyone wash hands.
Diolch- Thank you.
Pawb I stopio- Everyone stop.
Pawb I wrando- Everyone listen.
Sut mae’r tywydd heddiw?- What’s the weather like today?
Mae’n heulog- It’s sunny
Bwrw glaw- raining
Bwrw eira- snowing
Pwy wyt ti?- Who are you?
..................ydw i- I am ………………………
Sut wyt ti?- How are you?
Dwi’n hapus/happy, Dwi’n drist/sad, Dwi’n bendigedig/fantastic, Dw I wedi blino/I’m tired, Dwi’n ofnadwy/awful.
Amser taclus- Tidy up time.
Hwyl fawr ffrindiau- Goodbye friends.
Ble mae Helpwr Heddiw? Where is today’s helper?
Un, dau, tri, pedwar, pump-1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
We hope that this helps! Diolch yn fawr,
The Nursery Staff