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Song School Latin Book 1 Student Text and Song CD

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Item #: 042137
ISBN: 9781600510458
Grades: K-3

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Publisher:Classical Academic Press
042137
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Wow! This is a great product!I fell in love with studying Latin in high school However that was a long time ago But I wanted to pass this beautiful language down to my children So now my children are 6 and 3 years old and I thought it would be a good time to begin I had been shopping around for an appropriate text for a few years and was not excited by the few options I found Fortunately Song School Latin came on the market just in timeEven though my children do not particularly love to sing I was excited about the song element of the program because it is such a painless way to memorize Also the amount of information the children were expected to master seemed appropriate for my 6 year old And it looked like fun--guaranteed to appeal to young children!So I bought Song School Latin at the beginning of the summer I popped the CD into the car and we sang the catchy tunes together all summer It was my childrens' favorite CD through all of our road trips They simply fell in love with it It created great anticipation for learning this new not-so-mysterious-anymore "Latin" they had heard me talking aboutWhen the school year began as the teacher I could not have been happier! The book is so easy to use (The teacher's manual is probably not necessary even if you have no Latin background--it really is that straight-forward) The exercises are just the right length and do not require advance preparation However I have found it helpful to make flashcards for each of the vocabulary words to aid with review timeIf you are considering teaching Latin to young children this is a really great product regardless of your personal experience with the language And it's a great valuePersonally my favorite thing about this program is how my 3 year old is using Latin in his daily life He often greets us with "Salve" (hello) or "Vale" (good-bye) And just this week when engaged in deep conversation about what he is going to become when he grows up he said "When I grow up and become a vir (Latin for "man")" Not only was it really cute but it reinforces my opinion that this program really does work (even for my 3 year old who just listens in the background)!
November 21, 2008
The lessons are short, simple and easy to follow. Most importantly, my kids enjoy them. My kids are 8, 6, 4 and 22 months. The older 2 do the assignments in the work book and watch the DVD. My 4 yr. old watches the dvd and listens to the cd. Definately get the DVD set.
September 1, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Perfect for a younger (age and maturity) child!
I love this product. My 8 year old (second grader) is learning quite a bit from it, but she doesn't care for the CD. She considers the songs 'babyish.' I don't think they sound too babyish, and she IS a willing participant when I ask her to sit down and do Latin each day - she just insists that no one else be present when she listens to the CD, out of embarrassment, I suppose. I think the content is perfect for her age, but I do understand that she might feel the CD adds a 'this is really for a younger kid' element. I, personally, appreciate the CD because I have no idea how to pronounce these words, nor any background in Latin. I just think I missed my window for my child. As I said, she's plugging along AND learning Latin, so really, it's an overall win.
April 8, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
My kid loves Latin
I tried this course as an experiment with my daughter and was surprised at how much she loved it. She says it is her favorite subject. The songs and lessons make it fun it fun to learn. Since I have zero experience in Latin, I bought the teacher's guide. While it is great to have the extra lesson in the back, I do not plan on purchasing it for the next level as the lesson are so well laid out, you do not need it. Great way for both of us to learn some Latin.
April 8, 2017
Fun
Kids have been loving the Latin. I think it's a great introduction for small kids.
March 21, 2017
Purchased
7 months ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rainbow Resource Center Store
This is what our Coop will be using this year.
ben m on Aug 11, 2017
wonderful introduction to latin for kids!
RENEE A on Apr 3, 2017
This is what our Coop will be using this year.
ben m on Aug 11, 2017
Recommended
Elyse M on Jul 3, 2017
wonderful introduction to latin for kids!
RENEE A on Apr 3, 2017
school recommended
Penny A on Mar 16, 2017
We homeschool with Classical conversation and this book is part of their curriculum.
Francine S on Aug 18, 2016
This is a fun, easy way to start into Latin. My kids really enjoy the songs and short, fun lessons.
Vicki W on Aug 18, 2016
This is for my elementary aged children to aid in learning Latin.
Caron N on Aug 12, 2016
homeschool
Natalia P on Aug 3, 2016
It is a required text at our children's classical academy.
Kristin H on Jul 26, 2016
Great online reviews! I have high hopes that my children will enjoy this program.
Heidi L V on Jul 21, 2016
What a fun way to start learning Latin!
Fred F on Jul 16, 2016
For a co-op for K, 2, and 4th graders.
Emily B on Jul 16, 2016
My boys love the DVD. My soon to be third grader is ready for a book and it will be nice to measure what he knows.
Nicholas S on Jul 8, 2016
School requires
Erica L on Jul 6, 2016
My soon-to-be second grader loves music and singing, so I think this will be the perfect way to introduce her to Latin.
User on Jun 18, 2016
To help with Latin by making it more enjoyable.
Jackie W on Jun 18, 2016
I want my children to be exposed to Latin at a young age. I have heard great things about this program, so I will be trying it out with my 5 and 3 year olds.
Rebecca on Mar 25, 2016
We've already done this with an older child and loved it.
Melissa O on Mar 12, 2016
We chose this to introduce our foreign language studies to our classroom.
Lori S on Jan 26, 2016
I would like to provide a base for my child to learn not only latin but also be set up to learn spanish and french since they are based off the latin structure.
Jason K on Jan 16, 2016
Second child wants her own workbook.
Kristina S on Jan 11, 2016
This is an excellent introduction to Latin vocabulary and word roots. I used it with my older two children and look forward to teaching my younger two with it as well!
Megan P on Jan 8, 2016
Great program- we love it and even the preschoolers learn the vocabulary
Kyndra S on Jan 5, 2016
school
Karen R on Oct 20, 2015
Reviews were great here and Amazon. Better price at Rainbow Resource.
Mary D on Oct 19, 2015
Recommended as supplement for our CC program.
Kelly S on Oct 16, 2015
Recommended
Elyse M on Jul 3, 2017
school recommended
Penny A on Mar 16, 2017
Would each student need their own workbook?
A shopper on Jul 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, each student would need a workbook, as the pages are not reproducible. However, the students often write only 5-7 words on a page, and not every page requires writing. If you're pinching pennies two children could share one workbook and just take turns answering questions in the brief writing assignments. However, all the songs are written in the workbook, so they'd have to be willing to share when reading & learning the words. If your little ones can sit calmly and closely for all lessons without arguing over who holds the book, pinching each other, etc. you'll be fine with just one book. If your children are like mine, with a tendency to bicker, you'll be better off with a workbook for each so they can sit opposite one another or in different parts of the room. :)
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    Wow! This is a great product!I fell in love with studying Latin in high school However that was a long time ago But I wanted to pass this beautiful language down to my children So now my children are 6 and 3 years old and I thought it would be a good time to begin I had been shopping around for an appropriate text for a few years and was not excited by the few options I found Fortunately Song School Latin came on the market just in timeEven though my children do not particularly love to sing I was excited about the song element of the program because it is such a painless way to memorize Also the amount of information the children were expected to master seemed appropriate for my 6 year old And it looked like fun--guaranteed to appeal to young children!So I bought Song School Latin at the beginning of the summer I popped the CD into the car and we sang the catchy tunes together all summer It was my childrens' favorite CD through all of our road trips They simply fell in love with it It created great anticipation for learning this new not-so-mysterious-anymore "Latin" they had heard me talking aboutWhen the school year began as the teacher I could not have been happier! The book is so easy to use (The teacher's manual is probably not necessary even if you have no Latin background--it really is that straight-forward) The exercises are just the right length and do not require advance preparation However I have found it helpful to make flashcards for each of the vocabulary words to aid with review timeIf you are considering teaching Latin to young children this is a really great product regardless of your personal experience with the language And it's a great valuePersonally my favorite thing about this program is how my 3 year old is using Latin in his daily life He often greets us with "Salve" (hello) or "Vale" (good-bye) And just this week when engaged in deep conversation about what he is going to become when he grows up he said "When I grow up and become a vir (Latin for "man")" Not only was it really cute but it reinforces my opinion that this program really does work (even for my 3 year old who just listens in the background)!
    November 21, 2008
    The lessons are short, simple and easy to follow. Most importantly, my kids enjoy them. My kids are 8, 6, 4 and 22 months. The older 2 do the assignments in the work book and watch the DVD. My 4 yr. old watches the dvd and listens to the cd. Definately get the DVD set.
    September 1, 2016
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Perfect for a younger (age and maturity) child!
    I love this product. My 8 year old (second grader) is learning quite a bit from it, but she doesn't care for the CD. She considers the songs 'babyish.' I don't think they sound too babyish, and she IS a willing participant when I ask her to sit down and do Latin each day - she just insists that no one else be present when she listens to the CD, out of embarrassment, I suppose. I think the content is perfect for her age, but I do understand that she might feel the CD adds a 'this is really for a younger kid' element. I, personally, appreciate the CD because I have no idea how to pronounce these words, nor any background in Latin. I just think I missed my window for my child. As I said, she's plugging along AND learning Latin, so really, it's an overall win.
    April 8, 2016
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    My kid loves Latin
    I tried this course as an experiment with my daughter and was surprised at how much she loved it. She says it is her favorite subject. The songs and lessons make it fun it fun to learn. Since I have zero experience in Latin, I bought the teacher's guide. While it is great to have the extra lesson in the back, I do not plan on purchasing it for the next level as the lesson are so well laid out, you do not need it. Great way for both of us to learn some Latin.
    April 8, 2017
    Fun
    Kids have been loving the Latin. I think it's a great introduction for small kids.
    March 21, 2017
    Purchased
    7 months ago
  • Q & A
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    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    This is what our Coop will be using this year.
    ben m on Aug 11, 2017
    wonderful introduction to latin for kids!
    RENEE A on Apr 3, 2017
    This is what our Coop will be using this year.
    ben m on Aug 11, 2017
    Recommended
    Elyse M on Jul 3, 2017
    wonderful introduction to latin for kids!
    RENEE A on Apr 3, 2017
    school recommended
    Penny A on Mar 16, 2017
    We homeschool with Classical conversation and this book is part of their curriculum.
    Francine S on Aug 18, 2016
    This is a fun, easy way to start into Latin. My kids really enjoy the songs and short, fun lessons.
    Vicki W on Aug 18, 2016
    This is for my elementary aged children to aid in learning Latin.
    Caron N on Aug 12, 2016
    homeschool
    Natalia P on Aug 3, 2016
    It is a required text at our children's classical academy.
    Kristin H on Jul 26, 2016
    Great online reviews! I have high hopes that my children will enjoy this program.
    Heidi L V on Jul 21, 2016
    What a fun way to start learning Latin!
    Fred F on Jul 16, 2016
    For a co-op for K, 2, and 4th graders.
    Emily B on Jul 16, 2016
    My boys love the DVD. My soon to be third grader is ready for a book and it will be nice to measure what he knows.
    Nicholas S on Jul 8, 2016
    School requires
    Erica L on Jul 6, 2016
    My soon-to-be second grader loves music and singing, so I think this will be the perfect way to introduce her to Latin.
    User on Jun 18, 2016
    To help with Latin by making it more enjoyable.
    Jackie W on Jun 18, 2016
    I want my children to be exposed to Latin at a young age. I have heard great things about this program, so I will be trying it out with my 5 and 3 year olds.
    Rebecca on Mar 25, 2016
    We've already done this with an older child and loved it.
    Melissa O on Mar 12, 2016
    We chose this to introduce our foreign language studies to our classroom.
    Lori S on Jan 26, 2016
    I would like to provide a base for my child to learn not only latin but also be set up to learn spanish and french since they are based off the latin structure.
    Jason K on Jan 16, 2016
    Second child wants her own workbook.
    Kristina S on Jan 11, 2016
    This is an excellent introduction to Latin vocabulary and word roots. I used it with my older two children and look forward to teaching my younger two with it as well!
    Megan P on Jan 8, 2016
    Great program- we love it and even the preschoolers learn the vocabulary
    Kyndra S on Jan 5, 2016
    school
    Karen R on Oct 20, 2015
    Reviews were great here and Amazon. Better price at Rainbow Resource.
    Mary D on Oct 19, 2015
    Recommended as supplement for our CC program.
    Kelly S on Oct 16, 2015
    Recommended
    Elyse M on Jul 3, 2017
    school recommended
    Penny A on Mar 16, 2017
    Would each student need their own workbook?
    A shopper on Jul 18, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, each student would need a workbook, as the pages are not reproducible. However, the students often write only 5-7 words on a page, and not every page requires writing. If you're pinching pennies two children could share one workbook and just take turns answering questions in the brief writing assignments. However, all the songs are written in the workbook, so they'd have to be willing to share when reading & learning the words. If your little ones can sit calmly and closely for all lessons without arguing over who holds the book, pinching each other, etc. you'll be fine with just one book. If your children are like mine, with a tendency to bicker, you'll be better off with a workbook for each so they can sit opposite one another or in different parts of the room. :)
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