Elementary Extra Curricular Homeschooling Language Arts Preschool - K

Song School Latin Book 1 Review and Discount Code

When it comes to languages, we simply love them! All of them! Even the dead ones! Haha! And by dead, I mean Latin. Yes, Latin may be a so-called dead language, but I see it more alive than ever in many other languages that we are studying.

In this post, you will see how we used Song School Latin Book 1 by Classical Academic Press to learn Latin and what we think of this program.

Song School Latin Book 1 REVIEW

Song School Latin Book 1

Song School Latin Book 1 set includes a Teacher’s Edition book, a Student Workbook, a song/chant CD, a stack of vocabulary cards in English and Latin, and a DVD case with 3 DVDs. The book has 30 chapters, including Review chapters throughout the book.

Song School Latin Book 1 REVIEW

Each chapter in the book matches with a short DVD lesson and a song/chant in the CD. At first, I meant to schedule to use Song School Latin Book 1 three times a week:

  1. On Monday, we would watch the DVD lesson for the target chapter and fill out the sheets on the student workbook for the target chapter.
  2. On Wednesday, we would listen to the CD songs/chants a few times and also go through the vocabulary cards for the target chapter.
  3. On Friday, we would review all of our songs/chants and all of the vocabulary cards for the chapters we have studied in the past.

Song School Latin Book 1 REVIEW

Doesn’t that sound like a great schedule? Well, my children had other plans. They loved Song School Latin Book 1 so much that they would do the entire lesson, DVD lesson, student workbook, song/chant, and vocabulary cards all in one day! And if that wasn’t enough, they wanted to do it daily! Sometimes they even wanted to do more on the weekends!Song School Latin Book 1 REVIEW

Let me point out that this is a curriculum to do once a week during the school year, and it is great for homeschools and for co-ops. But hey, if my children love this so much and are actually learning and enjoying this curriculum, who am I to get in the way?

After all, isn’t one of the benefits and blessings in homeschooling having the flexibility to pursue passions? Well, this curriculum is definitely a benefit, a blessing, and worth investing time in and going over twice if they go through the material in less time.

My son is six years old and my daughter is four. Both  of them watched the short DVD lessons, listened to the songs/chants, and went over the vocabulary cards.

Since we only have one student workbook and my daughter is too young for it anyway, my son would fill out the workbook and my daughter would color the pictures in it when my son was done with a lesson. It worked out perfectly!

Song School Latin Book 1 REVIEW

In short, what do we think of Song School Latin Book 1? We LOVE it! I am impressed by how engaging it is and how easy it is to use. I also love how interested my children are to complete it. (There’s a monkey story that kept them wondering what would happen next!)

We loved how the stories included the new vocabulary words and how much they learned in a fun way. Also, we get to keep the DVD and CD to review regularly with the vocabulary cards. It is awesome! I highly recommend it and we are definitely going to go through Book 2.

Discount Code on All Latin Products!

If you’re interested in trying out Song School Latin or any of the other Latin products offered by Classical Academic Press, you may use this discount code to get 20% off any Latin program from now through May 31, 2016! The code is HHMSSL20. NOTE: If you have friends who are interested in using this code, please share a link to this article instead of just sharing the discount code. Thank you so much!)

 

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About the author

Tanya

Tanya is a homeschooling mom to two children, a son and a daughter. She focuses on following their particular learning interests at their level and in building a strong Christian foundation in their hearts. To cater to their high giftedness, she uses an eclectic teaching approach, which complement each other and maximize the fun in learning. Tanya has a degree in elementary education, a minor in French and a Master's degree in school administration. She is happily married to her best friend and enjoys sharing her life and experiences in her blog to provide inspiration and bring new ideas.

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