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  1. Time Left: 8 days and 3 hours

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    Used but no writing in them. Includes the Latin for Children Primer C, the activity book, answer key, Latin History reader, 3 DVD set and 2 chant-cds. $70ppd (in continental US) Smoke Free Home.

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    Used but no writing in them. One of the books has a light coffee stain on the bottom of the pages, but does not interfere with the work. Includes the Latin for Children Primer B, the activity book, answer key, Latin History reader, 2 DVD set and 2 chant-cds. $65ppd (in continental US) Smoke Free Home.

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  3. In TWTM, Susan Bauer talks about making sure your Latin program is parts to whole. The Latin for Children curriculum from Classical Academic Press has advertised on their website that they are "The Well Trained Mind" recommended, but I don't see Latin for Children as a Latin recommendation in TWTM book. Does anyone know if Latin for Children is parts to whole teaching? Also, Classical Academic Press says Latin for Children Primer A, 4th grade. Do you think this program will be too frustrating for your average 3rd grader? Thanks! Rachael Oren
  4. We are ready to purchase a dictionary and would like one that has Latin roots for our work in Latin for Children. Suggestions?
  5. I'm hoping for some help choosing between the Big Book of Lively Latin and Latin for Children. If you have used either, what did/didn't you like about them? I'd be starting with a 10 year old -- would that be too old for these programs? She really doesn't want to do Latin, but has a agreed to give it a shot and I don't want to dive into an intense program that is intended for older kids, as that is likely to be a disaster. My main goal in studying Latin is to improve vocabulary by understanding root words. Secondly, I hope to see an improvement in grammar.
  6. Hi folks! My daughter did Song School Latin in first grade last year, and it was her favorite subject. She is insistent that we do Latin again this fall. I purchased Latin for Children A, but now that I'm looking at it, I think it will be way over her head, especially the grammar portion. She is very bright, but a young second grader, just turning 7 in October. I had originally thought I would just move at half-pace, 1 chapter every 2 weeks, but I think that she will still be overwhelmed at all the charts, endings, etc. I'm now leaning towards learning the "Memory Page" for each
  7. I found a lovely one, but it must have been made on an earlier edition of the book, because the page numbers are all off. I could swear I've seen someone's 4 day schedule on here, but a search is just not bringing it up. So, if you've done Latin for Children A, can you please share your schedule? We'll be schooling 4 days a week, but I could modify a 5 day schedule if I need to. TIA!
  8. We are doing Primer A. Do you do it 30 minutes daily as the website says? Do you do it and another language at same time?
  9. I'd like to introduce my 6 1/2 soon to be 7 year old daughter to Latin, but, not sure which program to start her out on? Thanks.
  10. I'm trying to figure this all out. Latin is new to us, and I just got my materials yesterday. I have the sample schedule from the LFC site, but that doesn't really show me how to schedule in the activity book. Do you do all the activities in one day? Spread them out? Please share how what your week or unit schedule for LFC. :bigear:
  11. Alright...so I finally started and the first lesson was great! We understood it and Magnus enjoyed it. Then we got to the second lesson and hit a wall...hard. :banghead: I haven't gone back and its been 3 weeks. We just don't "get" verb conjugation. I have watched the dvd several times trying to understand it and I simply can't. My dh who has several years of Latin at the university has tried to explain it to me and something is just blocking my understanding...ugh!:blink: However, I noticed that in the upcoming lessons, verb conjugation is not being taught (guess they figured we understa
  12. Is this program open and go? I was planning to buy the Mastery Bundle to use the DVD's. I was going to use Lively Latin but it looks like it would require some set up and organizing different parts, etc.. I really want a program where we just open to the next page, next lesson and get it done. Is LFC like that? Also, do I need a text for each child? Thank you so much!
  13. I intend to learn Latin at least a semester ahead of my boys before starting them (or just my older ds) on it. So, I sat down w/ my copy of Latin For Children Primer A that I picked up at a yard sale last summer. If I don't even know what ablative, accusative, dative, infinitive, perfect tense, passive participle, etc. mean... then do I need a serious grammar refresher before I start Latin? And, should I wait until my son has learned or is learning those things in grammar before immersing him in unknown grammar via Latin? TIA
  14. How much time do you schedule daily for LFC A? How many days a week do you schedule it for?
  15. Do you think this schedule will work? Day 1: Watch the DVD (just the kids doing the chanting)...twice if we have to. Then work on vocabulary doing flashcards and chanting. Day 2: Review what was learned the day before. Watch the DVD (Dr. Perrin's Grammar segment) and discuss the text. Day 3: Review all. Complete side one of the worksheet (vocab. and grammar). Add a worksheet from the activity book if desired. Day 4: Review all. Complete the other side of the worksheet (derivatives). Add a worksheet from the activity book if desired. Day 5: Quiz Is there any
  16. We did Prima Latina years ago, then dropped it for a ridiculous reason...and I'm kicking myself. DS really wants to start again now. He's 11, and a very advanced reader. But, he enjoys having fun, and liked the video component of PL. He indicated he would like a program with a video -- not just more "book" work though he is good with books. He just wants Latin that is more accessible and fun. I'm just worried LFC might be too babyish, kwim? Though, he still loves the Wimpy Kid books, etc. I'm fine switching from ecclesiastical pronunciation and prayers. Thanks!
  17. Did you then transition into Latin Alive? Or is this curriculum too new for that kind of feedback?
  18. Is LfC a workable transistion to Latin Prep? From American to UK noun case order. ( I , uhm don't actually know that that means,) will it be screwy to do a year or two of Latin for Children, then transition to Latin Prep? Are they compatable?
  19. Now I'm dithering about starting into Latin Prep, or LfC.. Latin Alive. Can someone tell me if the LfC and LAtin Alive DVDs use ecclesialstical or classical pronounciation? I'm guessing E. I dont' speak Latin, but I think I'm hearing some beautiful rolled r's in the Latin Alive sample I heard. Thanks, ~Christine in al
  20. I have now completed uploading Comenius' 'Orbis Sensualim Pictus'. This is read in Latin-English-Latin, in accurate restored classical pronunciation. Each chapter has its own sound file, so you can choose what lessons to listen to, after consulting the textbook. A Latin-only reading is available on Latinum. The comenius.posterous.com site - which is a free resource - has links to various language editions of the text on google, and tells you where to buy a hard copy and where to buy the DVD if you want it ( it is very cheap). Comenius' 'Visible World, described in Pictures' is a ve
  21. I am getting ready to purchase LfC A for my daughter to use next year (3rd grade). I want to have some time to preview it, as I have never studied Latin before. I was wondering whether it is worth it to go ahead and buy the mastery bundle, which includes the activity book and the history reader, or whether the basic bundle is adequate. Tara
  22. Hi! My oldest (9 years old), is working through Latin for Children Primer C this year (fourth grade) and I'm starting to wonder what he should use next. This would be for a 5th grader, so I'm a little nervous about going to a high school text. He works almost independently in Latin, so if the program was set up that way, he does work well with that format. He does maintain a 90% average in Latin and enjoys it. I would prefer not to use an explicitly Catholic text. Also, I am interested in some point in having him participate in the National Latin Exam, so a program that would help hi
  23. So, if you're using LFC for your kids - how are you drilling & reinforcing vocabulary? I'm sitting here with my 8th grade ds - he's in the final two chapters of LFC B, and we're moving on to LFC C when he's done. He's not bad on declensions or derivatives, but he HATES translations. Hates. And I've figured out why. He can remember almost NO vocabulary. In any given sentence, he'll know maybe 2 words, the rest he hast to look up. We're doing this on our own - no class, no co-op. Any suggestions? He really doesn't like either FlashDash or vocabulary cards, and I'm realiz
  24. I keep looking at LfC. We're doing Minimus/Minimus Secondus, and it is fun. It's cute. Dh loves it. But.... it doesn't go any further, and although Latin is ds's fave subject, I don't think he has any great grasp on the grammar. So... convince me (or not) that LfC will be a good, solid Latin programme AND it will be fun. The fun part is very, very important.
  25. Could anyone compare it to Latina Christiana? Is it parts to whole as WTM recommends? Thanks so much!!! :001_smile:
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