See improvements in reading comprehension, writing skills, & higher-level critical thinking...
Increase Reading Comprehension
English is a borrowed language! That's why certain English phonics can't be explained and can only be "memorized". Many of our English words have their roots from the Latin language. Learning Latin vocabulary helps students perform higher level reading at younger ages.
Improve Speaking & Writing Skills
Latin root words give us a RICHER and expanded English vocabulary that we become better orators (speakers) and writers.
Improve Study Habits & Critical Thinking Skills
Latin is an extensive language. In order to truly master it, a student must study, practice, and recite it often and in-depth. Therefore, a student's recall becomes mastered and their study habits improve and become perfected over time.
Introduction to Course Objectives
BONUS: Introduction to Classical Studies (Afrikan Fables, Greek Myths, Roman Epics)
Latin Nouns II
Extra Practice, Funsies, Updates
It's Moor to Latin!: Course Objectives
Introduction to Course (final)
BONUS LESSON: The Afrikan, Greek, and Roman Connection of Oral Storytelling
What's to a Story? (PRINT OUT)
Afrikan Fable: Grasshopper and the Ant by Baba Jamal Koram (PRINT OUT)
Greek Myth: Daedulus & Icarus retold by Master Instructor, Traverro L. Harden-Ali (PRINT OUT)
Lesson 4: Learning Latin Nouns: Part II (Plural Nouns)
First Declension of the Noun "Puella" (Plural)
Unit Practice- Noun Declension
The Beginning of Latin Mastery
Translate Latin to English Worksheet & Assessment
Latin Vocabulary Word Find
Roman Numeral Listing
Labyrinth Educational Handout
This low introductory cost makes adding a lifetime foreign language to your homeschool curriculum affordable!