The Song School Latin Book 1 Teacher’s Edition includes the entire content of the Song School Latin Book 1 student book, as well as extra reproducible activity pages for each chapter, answer keys, additional teacher’s notes, and fun ideas for interactive classroom activities.
Did you ever believe there would be a Latin program that would match the energy, developmental level, and fun-loving nature of your youngest students? Song School Latin does just that. Lessons are peppered with songs, enjoyable vocabulary, illustrations, handwriting practice, stories, games, and engaging activities. Children will love learning Latin!
“ Thank you! My daughter just loves the Song School Latin and you have made teaching easier on me! ” Heather, Facebook Fan
“ Classical Academic Press seems to have a knack for producing materials that are academically sound and very user-friendly for both parent teachers and students. Song School Latin does not disappoint. One of the appealing aspects of the program is the common, practical applications of Latin to children’s everyday life. Even though I have no formal background in Latin, I am so excited to begin the program with my son who will be starting kindergarten in the fall. ” Nancy, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine
“ A six-year-old boy’s favorite part of school is Latin? Want to know why? We’re using Song School Latin. We love this curriculum. I cannot recommend this book enough for the family who wants to gently introduce their early elementary student to Latin. ” Amy, Heart of the Matter Online
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“Joy to the World” in Latin—classical pronunciation (YouTube video)
“Joy to the World” in Latin—ecclesiastical pronunciation (YouTube video)
Song School Latin Coloring Pages Color a picture for each Latin word in Song School Latin Book 1. Also a great activity for younger siblings! Pages for each chapter are available in the Song School Latin 1 zone on Headventure Land.
Amy Rehn, now Amy Gosnell, is a wife, homemaker, and mother of two toddler girls. She began studying Latin as a homeschooled high school student, and continued her Latin studies through classes at the University of Maryland. She taught Latin for five years in two classical homeschool academies and at a classical Christian school in Maryland.
She earned her BS in special education from Bob Jones University and her master’s in speech pathology from the University of South Carolina while working on the Song School Latin books. She currently practices in South Carolina as a part-time speech language pathologist, treating preschoolers with Downs and and a variety of other disabilities. She thrives on time outdoors with her family, ballroom dancing with her husband, and answering Latin questions from several of her adorable nephews and nieces.
Grade Level: Grades 1-2
Course Length: Yearlong