I promise, I've just spent hours upon hours reading Latin threads LOL
I have an rising accelerated 5th grader with no previous Latin experience. For a number of reasons, I think we could benefit from making Latin a core subject next year for both him and his rising 3rd grade sister (once I'm very sure we are done with phonics).
For the 5th grader, if the goal is to have him take classes from Lukeion starting in 1-2 years (we'll see how the maturity thing goes), what would you use now? Lively Latin? Looking at the first book I think he'd blow through it--which is fine--but the second should slow him down. Latin Alive? Henle?
Side note: I have no Latin experience so I'm asking now so I can spend the summer working through whatever we're going to go with.
Meanwhile, thinking about Lively Latin or LFC-A for my rising 3rd grader. Opinions welcome here as well.
Would prefer secular but I am willing to make do if needed.