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  1. We are ready to purchase a dictionary and would like one that has Latin roots for our work in Latin for Children. Suggestions?
  2. First, I know very little about Latin, so please excuse errors. My husband had college Latin and teaches this subject to the boys. We want a Latin and grammar program or programs that go together or somehow eliminate as much overlap as possible. We are currently working through GSWL, which was chosen from the reviews here. I am thinking about or getting ready to start grammar with the boys (6th and 3rd). I saw on Cathy Duffy's reviews that CAP Latin for Children (LFC) is keyed or inline with Shurley Grammar. First Form Latin (FFL) is made to go with Memoria Press English Grammar Recitation (EGR). Are there other programs I should be looking at for after GSWL? Then, have you found that using certain grammar and Latin programs together is either helpful or difficult?
  3. First, this is what I feel like :banghead: :cursing: :crying: :confused1:. My dd has done SSL (which she enjoyed tremendously) and is finishing up LfC A (not so much). We started LfC A LAST SEPTEMBER and are only on lesson 27. This is due to the fact that she "doesn't like Latin [now]" even though she does well and she does all of the activity book worksheets because she "only likes Latin puzzles." I let her look at the Minimus Secundus I bought for this up coming year while I tried to figure out what direction we need to go. She started zooming through the book...for over an hour. I was thinking of switching to Latin Prep because it looks fun (she LOVES humorous things) and it seems to be a vehicle for thorough knowledge of Latin translating and grammar at this level. I am hesitant because the LfC chants and charts are worth their weight in gold here. I have no Latin experience and the grammar in LfC often leaves us scratching our heads. LfC also doesn't explain the "why" of things at the time I think they need to be presented (ex. cases N, G, D, A, A are for what? Never mind that, just memorize it). The DVDs were a big flop here mainly due to the grammar lessons. Anywho, if you are still with me, thank you. And here it is: I just compared the chapter contents of LfC A, B, and C with LP 1, 2, and 3. It seems that they more or less line up with one another. Could I just do a chapter of LfC B then a the corresponding section(s) of LP 2 and the same with C and 3? I also have concerns about the vocative case in LP which does not seem to be in LfC any where.
  4. 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!
  5. 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?
  6. Dd has done Lively Latin. She really liked it & retained the vocabulary very well, but the grammar didn't stick. I am trying to decide what, if anything, to do for Latin this coming year. We could just do some vocab memorization & chanting endings, etc. I don't have a problem with this except that I'm not sure it will actually get done. I do already have Minimus & Latin Book One so I could add in reading practice to give dd a fuller experience. We could do either LFC or First Form Latin, but I can't decide which one looks better. I don't like that FF has only ecclesiastical pronunciation, but I don't know that it really matters much. I also can't figure out what is on the cd. Does it have chants or just vocab? With FF I'd probably add in a chapter of Famous Men of Rome each week since FF doesn't cover history. If we did LFC I'd have ds listen to the cd & memorize the chants on it before beginning the workbook his 4th grade year. However, my impression is that the foundation built in LFC is not quite as solid as that built in FF. At this point, I can't decide if it would be productive to do Latin right now or if it would be better to just wait & start Wheelock in about 7th grade & move as whatever pace works for my child. Any opinions?
  7. DD has completed PL and half of LC1. We are halfway through Lively Latin. We like it and hope to finish it, but for various reasons are looking to move to a different program after LL1. At the pace we're moving, we're likely to be done sometime around September or October. DD will be in 3rd grade. Has anyone moved directly to LFC Primer B after finishing LL1? Or has anyone switched midstream from LL1 into the LFC series? If so, did you start back over with LFC A? Or, if you switched after LL1 but didn't go to LFC, what did you use? Thanks!!
  8. 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 understand it), but declensions are. So my question is: How important is it to "get" verb conjugation before moving on? Should we have a thorough understanding of it before tackling noun declensions? Will it just eventually "click" for us? Thank you for your help and kindness. :001_smile:
  9. 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!
  10. 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
  11. How much time do you schedule daily for LFC A? How many days a week do you schedule it for?
  12. 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 anything you can see that I may be missing? Is it too much? Do you think I could schedule it differently? Thanks for your input! :001_smile:
  13. 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!
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. Hi all! My 3rd grader is using Prima Latina (and I'm pleased with it), and my 5th grader is currently using Latina Christiana I (he's doing okay, but isn't really enjoying it. The dvd seems pretty dry.) I recently purchased Spanish for Children from CAP, and am seeing their Latin for Children and wondering if I might jump tracks with my older one next year, when he's done with LCI. Any experience? I'd love input with someone that has done both and been able to compare them. Also, someone who is currently using LFC and can tell me more about how it works for them. DVDs are an absolute necessity for me, because I'm learning right along with my sons. Also, if I were to switch after LCI, would I be able to jump into the second level of LFC? Thanks so much, Angela
  17. 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 realizing how amiss I've been in not reviewing. SO - now what? :glare:
  18. I am excited to try Latin with ds9 and just got my Latin for Children program. But, honestly, I'm not sure how to set up the lessons. Especially in the early part, where you have to learn the pronunciation and understand endings. Ds is not language-intuitive (he is a math guy) and I'm worried about making a big mess of trying to introduce the program. Add to that the classical vs. ecclesiastical pronunciation. Personally, I would prefer ecclessiastical; it makes more sense, it's easier to see the relationships to words we use. I was not taught Latin specifically, but what small Latin I picked up was always given the ecclesiastic pronunciation; I didn't even know there was a variation. But on the DVD's, the "teacher" uses classical. Again, I'm concerned that ds will be confused. So, how do you set up your lessons? And how do you spread out, or get through that beginning foundation? And how do you cope with the pronunciation issue? :bigear:
  19. Could anyone compare it to Latina Christiana? Is it parts to whole as WTM recommends? Thanks so much!!! :001_smile:
  20. I just can't see my boys sitting down to watch them. MUS was a big flop here just bc they didn't want to watch the lessons on TV. They do like TT for math, but don't really care for watching lessons on TV. Are they essential or just nice to have? Thanks! Kim
  21. I finally decided on a latin curriculum....*finally*!! I've been going back and forth forever between doing Latina Christiana or LFC next year.....I had finally decided on LFC and looked in their catalog last night to look at everything I would need to order, and I ended up being really turned off......went back to questioning and reading more latin threads again, lol, and ended up deciding on LC. In the LFC catalog, one of the little tags describing why it's such a good program says 'Yearly revision of each text based on critical feedback of our customers'. um, what? If I'm buying a textbook, especially in a hard subject like Latin, I expect it to already be good, correct, and done............I don't expect there to be things wrong that they'll be correcting each year, based on customer reviews......... I understand that probably every curriculum has minor errors, but to advertise that you are revising every year.......it seems like that shows a lack of confidence in your product. That's not the only reason I'm not buying it, but it is a pretty high one, actually. I was just really surprised.
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