Ludere Latine: Games for Latina Christiana
What's the seven letter ablative form of the Latin word meaning aid? Auxilio, of course! Just fill in the blanks for 21 across. Those of us more English-minded will recognize the root word for auxiliary - which is exactly the type of work provided in these consumable (but non-reproducible) workbooks. Ludere Latine lessons are coordinated with the vocabulary and grammar in Latina Christiana but can be used independently by any beginning Latin student. The Grammatical Forms Crossword described above is one of the four types of fun and instructive word games included. What are the other three games, you ask? Each lesson includes a Word Search and a Derivatives Crossword (supply the English derivative from the Latin clue) along with the GFC. Hangman is included as a review after every five lessons. If you're in a co-op or classroom setting (or perhaps your homeschool just has multiple students), rules for five group games are also included. Never fear, a complete answer key is in the back of the book. Also if you're wanting to use these for a co-op or for multiple children but are concerned about the price and the fact that you are not allowed to make copies, you may want to note that when you purchase one copy of either Book I or II at the regular price, you will find information inside on how to purchase additional copies directly from Memoria Press at a deeper discount.