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Latin for Children Primer A – Review

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 […]

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Accelerated Achievement – Review

We recently received a demo copy of the Accelerated Achievement curriculum, I’ve been curious about this one for a while because it offers 13 years of education. It seems like such a great way to have a base┬áto keep you focused on what needs to be done. Each grade level┬áhas an outline of what to […]

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“All men by nature desire knowledge.”

I love this simple statement, credited to Aristotle, because it truly embodies the way I feel about education in general. I feel that if you take a child’s natural inclination to learn, cultivate that inclination into desire for knowledge with engaging concepts, then you will have a lifelong learner. Isn’t that the purpose of education? […]

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What’s Your Homeschool Style?

The beauty of homeschooling is the flexibility – the ability to adjust what, when and how you do things to suit the learning styles and personalities of your children. There are a variety of approaches to homeschooling, and most homeschool families use a combination of them. We hope this list helps you understand and decide […]

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First Form Latin – Memoria Press

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 […]