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A new way to introduce Latin to your little ones! Whether you plan to go on to study Latin in-depth, or want them to gain a basic understanding of one of English's root languages, Song School Latin will suit your needs. Children will learn the Latin alphabet (writing & pronunciation), discover related English words, fill-in-the-blank stories, questions, written exercises and songs to help them remember it all! The included music CD contains both classical and ecclesiastical pronunciations for all songs. A glossary and some reproducible activities are given in the back of the book. 31 weekly lessons including 7 review chapters. 135 pages, softcover.
Number of Pages: 140
Vendor: Classical Academic Press
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 11.00 X 0.5 (inches)|
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kmacDelawareAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Love itOctober 3, 2014kmacDelawareAge: 45-54Gender: femaleI started a formal Latin study with my 8 yo son so I purchased this to give a gentle introduction to Latin to my 6 yo daughter. She loves the monkey in the book and really enjoys the songs on the CD. It has also worked well to review the Latin words and pronunciations with my son. Both kids love to sing along with the songs on the CD. It is working for my goal of sparking interest in Latin studies for my daughter.
Learning Every DayNortheast OhioAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Already LearningJune 3, 2013Learning Every DayNortheast OhioAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5We only just started this, but my young children (3 and 5) are already using the Latin words they've learned from listening to the CD in the car. The songs are fun and catchy and my sons beg me to "turn on Latin!"
Cammie5 Stars Out Of 5October 1, 2012CammieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My children love this program! It's easy to teach and the kids remember everything. We're having a great time learning together.
light14 Stars Out Of 5February 20, 2012light1Quality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4it is a very easy and fun way to get the kids to learn latin
GeekmomOregon5 Stars Out Of 5Way better than I expectedFebruary 10, 2012GeekmomOregonQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Okay, if you're reading this review, chances are you're as geeky as I am, and wanting to start your young ones out on Latin. You may, like me, even be enough of a language freak to have studied some Latin in the past, and you want to make sure your kids get the real deal, not some poofy song and dance thing. I reviewed Latin programs for almost 2 years before I decided my kids were ready to start one. I passed on Song School Latin over and over because I thought it would be useless fluff (okay, the dancing monkey kind of threw me off, but Mom always said, don't judge a book....). I had decided to move into Latin For Children because I really like the enjoyable ways they have of presenting Latin to young people. I mean, let's face it, you can find someone to converse in most languages that you learn, but you can't exactly Skype Marc Antony for your Latin practice, so the creative ways of reinforcing the learning really appealed to me. Song School Latin is the primer for the series. It would actually make a great primer for young children regardless of which program you end up going with. I bought it for my Kindergartner and first grader, and they absolutely love working on it. The songs are actually catchy and pleasant and we really enjoy them. You will NOT want to rip your ears off after listening to it, unlike a certain Spanish audio Cd I've checked out. Over all, I'd say if you have any kids under about 8 that you would like to introduce to Latin, don't even consider buying the "real" program without starting here. It is well worth your time. If you have a language background (particularly in Latin) you can probably get away without buying the Teacher's guide, but there are some exercises in there that are not in the student book.
Q: What age is this appropriate for? We currently use Martha Wilson's Latin Primer beginning in 3rd grade. Could we use this in 2nd grade?
Yes, this curriculum is appropriate for kindergarten through grade 3.