Prima Latina Copybook

Prima Latina Copybook

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ISBN: 9781615381067
Grades: 1-4

Product Description:

Handwriting practice in New American Cursive to complement each lesson in Prima Latina. Line spacing is 5/16" with dotted middle and lower extender space. 48 pgs, pb.

Category Description for Prima Latina (Gr. K-3):

This course is aimed towards young Latin scholars. Designed to precede Latina Christiana I, it introduces students to beginning Latin. 25 lessons cover seven parts of speech, two tenses, 125 vocabulary words, numbers 1 through 10, basic constellations, and introductions to conjugations, declensions and derivatives. The lessons are broken down into grammar skills, five vocabulary words, a practical Latin phrase, and a line of prayer that is completely learned by the end of the chapter. Also included are five review lessons, five tests, and an appendix and answer key. The CD (available in hard copy or streaming) includes an introduction, pronunciation guide, prayer instructions, the sanctus, the doxology, the table blessing, the pater noster, and pronunciation helps for the lessons. We offer the pieces separately, or in sets for convenience. The Text Set includes the Student Book, Teacher Manual, and CD while the Complete Set also includes the Flashcards (designed to be used with both Prima Latina and Latina Christiana I) and DVDs.


Primary Subject
Foreign Language
Grade Start
1
Grade End
4
ISBN
9781615381067
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Memoria Press
Weight
0.35 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.25"
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easy to follow!
Jessy G on Aug 23, 2021
To supplement the Prima Latina program. It gives Latin practice and cursive practice all in one.
Amy H on Jun 21, 2020
easy to follow!
Jessy G on Aug 23, 2021
learning cursive and latin in one book ... the basis for the english language.
Juanita B on Aug 5, 2021
To supplement the Prima Latina program. It gives Latin practice and cursive practice all in one.
Amy H on Jun 21, 2020
as summer practice for both latin and cursive
User on Apr 22, 2019
Copy work helps commit things to memory.
Nadia O on Mar 27, 2019
To go along with the Prima Latina program that we are doing. To give extra handwriting practice.
Tiffany U on Jan 19, 2019
Handwriting practice that accompanies Latin that we start this year.
Erin S on Aug 16, 2018
My children will part of a Memoria Press Cottage School called Highlands Latin Santa Clarita and so I am switching all of our curriculum to Memoria Press books. Also, I wanted my daughters to practice cursive and what better way than to practice Lain and cursive.
Shaylyn D on May 29, 2018
I needed another book since I have two sons using the program.
Laura G on Dec 16, 2017
I homeschool 4 children, and my children need a quiet subject to work on independently when I'm working one-on-one with my other kiddos. Not only are they practicing their cursive with this book, but they are memorizing their Latin at the same time!
Rachel F on Aug 13, 2017
Love Memoria Press's Latin course. Wanted extra cursive practice.
Erin G on Apr 20, 2017
I already have the Latin books, and thought the copy work would help cement in the ideas from the Latin books.
Anne N on Sep 20, 2016
Doing cursive and Latin at the same time saves time and planning!
Katherine I on Aug 1, 2016
Required book for school
Jennifer M on Jul 28, 2016
Catholic prayers there
Daniel B on Jul 24, 2016
My 3rd grader loves cursive and this book reinforces the terms learned in each lesson. We do a lesson of Latin each week and this is the final day of the week, like a reward for finishing. However, my younger daughter is not ready for cursive but is ready for Latin, so I don't think I'll use the copybook for her. But who knows maybe it will motivate her to improve her handwriting!
Becky C on Mar 10, 2016
learning cursive and latin in one book ... the basis for the english language.
Juanita B on Aug 5, 2021
as summer practice for both latin and cursive
User on Apr 22, 2019
My son is grade 5th and never did latin. Is it still better for him to begin with the first set?
A shopper on Dec 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: My daughter is in 4th grade and this is her first year of Latin. We began with this program and she loves it. Honestly! She requests we "do" Latin first. She loves learning the Latin prayers and is eager to recite what she knows to her dad and her grandparents. The copybook just help reinforce what she is learning and gives her more cursive practice, which she also loves.
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Rated 3 out of 5
Not worth the $
There are actually 31 pages of copywork in this book. There are a few pages in the front with simple handwriting to copy...& not a script I would use. Then there are pages with only lines. The only useful pages (31) have the student copy words from the lessons with _____ means _____. That's the whole book. Nothing you can't do on your own for free.
September 28, 2016


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