Take a look at Latin for Children side by side with Latina Christiana to compare their components and features. A review from The Curriculum Choice
Warning. The free Visual Latin lessons you may download and watch will have you hooked. Watch them with your children only if you want to hear… Laughter. Soon followed by, “Can we watch another?” Then after the second introductory lesson, “Can we watch just one more?” “…better to make students laugh than yawn.” ~ visuallatin.com Why should you study Visual Latin? Well, not only “because
If you’ve considered adding a Classical flare to your homeschool but found the thought of teaching Latin intimidating, Memoria Press has you covered. With their programs, you can teach Latin from elementary school right on through high school, and even prepare your students for the National Latin Exam. Latin with Memoria Press The Latin curriculum available from Memoria Press is a great choice for homeschool
Lovely Latin: Learning with Memoria Press Do you teach Latin in your homeschool? Memoria Press and their Latin programs have been an excellent mainstay in our homeschool since the very beginning, over 15 years ago. We like to start our foray into Latin with a very gentle and basic approach beginning with Prima Latina. As one who wasn’t required to take ANY Latin in school, I really
Quite some time ago now I was sent the Latin Alive! programme from Classical Academic Press. I was really excited to try out this programme because a certain young man decided that same week it was offered up that he really wanted to learn Latin. When the products arrived I actually started to get a little weak in the knees as I hadn’t realized the
The thought of teaching Latin made me want to hide under a table. I did not think there would be any way for me to teach Latin. I never took Latin in school. I have no experience in this subject and quite frankly it is an intimidating subject if you are unfamiliar. Knowing that I decided to homeschool to provide a better education I knew
When I first attempted to use this curriculum, I had only the Primer. Boy was I lost! In fact, I was ready to simply toss the book in the trash until I realized there are other parts that go along with the Primer – like an Answer Key, an Activity Book, a Latin Reader, and most importantly (to me anyway) the DVD Lessons and Chant CD’s.
Years ago when I was first introduced to the classical method of homeschooling, I was determined to have my boys attempt a Latin program as suggested in The Well-Trained Mind. We tried two different programs to learn Latin. We got a little farther with a DVD based program, but we still were not able to stay motivated. I know I had a bit of a