Magical Treasures

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Magical Treasures

Find the enchanted treasures that await you! (For children 3 to 6 years old)

By Mother Tongues

When and where

Date and time

Mon, 30 Jan 2023 15:00 - Mon, 27 Mar 2023 16:00 GMT


County Library Library Square D24 A3EX Tallaght Ireland

About this event

Barbora and her little guests will conjure up a magical playdoh and try mixing colours. The children and their parents/guardians will create a groovy creature to take home with them. (For children 3 to 6 years old)

**Language: English + Bring your own! Booking is required. When you reserve a child ticket the accompanying adult goes free. Children must be under the supervision of an accompanying adult at all times.

This workshops series is part of the award-winning Language Explorers programme, which has shown to improve parents’ and children’s confidence in using their mother tongue and enhance children’s language and communication skills. Find out more.

This workshop series is funded by the Arts Council, the HSE, The Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Languages Connect, South Dublin County Council and The Civic.

If you have any questions, please email

About the organiser

Organised by
Mother Tongues

Mother Tongues is a social enterprise working to promote multilingualism and intercultural dialogue in Ireland.

Since our foundation in 2017 we have inspired many schools, libraries and community organisations to embrace multilingualism and act as catalysts for change, showing that Ireland welcomes all linguistic and cultural identities, and inspiring future generations of bilingual and multilingual children.

Our goal is to inspire everyone in society to be open to linguistic and cultural diversity and value the benefits that multilingualism brings to individuals, communities and to our society as a whole. Children can reach their full potential by developing English alongside Irish and their family language, but to do so they need parents who are motivated to keep up their mother tongue, teachers who are positive about every language and a society that welcomes linguistic diversity in all its forms.

This is why the projects we develop at Mother Tongues focus on children, by offering them opportunities to develop their language skills, parents, giving them the confidence to transmit their language to their children and teachers, enhancing their awareness of linguistically responsive practice. We work all over Ireland and collaborate with many organisations in the delivery of our programmes.