EToga Trek is a free video series from Ascanius Youth Classics Institute. The five videos cover areas of Roman life and culture, and we have thoroughly enjoyed them all. You may remember that we have reviewed a few of the other products they publish, Leap into Latin, Vocabula Pictura, and Alpha is for Anthropos. They’re […]
Two reviews in one post? Yep! Sometimes it’s just the right approach. These Latin resource books from Ascanius Youth Classics Institute seemed to scream for a joint review page. Not because they are interchangeable, but because both products complement each other beautifually. Activitates Liberis Volume II: Leap into Latin Review Vocabula Picta Review A little […]
Alpha for Anthropos is gorgeous. Written by Therese Sellers and illustrated by Lucy Bell Jarka-Sellers in the red-figure vase style, each page is rich and inviting.
Update 6/3/2016: We’re just about finished with Primer A, and the boys look forward to Latin just as much now as they always have if not more. We are looking forward to Primer B, and I can’t wait to see just how far they go. We’re translating sentences, understanding the accusative case (in both Latin […]
Elementary Greek by Christine Gatchell, published by Memoria Press. Available at: http://www.memoriapress.com/curriculum/elementary-greek For many of us, Latin and Greek are part of a classical education for our children, and we work hard to find solid resources that will give the structure and memorization that are part of the grammar stage, but not drown them in […]
My husband and I bought this from our friend a while back, when we were just starting out our homeschool journey. We wanted to give the kids foreign languages as part of their education. We felt that the classical languages like Greek and Latin are important to understanding not only English, but many other languages […]