Song School Latin 2 - Set

Song School Latin 2 - Set

by Amy Rehn
Item: 53111
Curriculum Bundle
List Price: $100.80 Our Price: $85.69

Continuing on a path that matches the energy, developmental level, and fun-loving nature of younger students, Song School Latin Book 2 completes the engaging introduction to Latin started in Song School Latin Book 1. Weekly lessons include songs, chants, new and review vocabulary, an introduction to grammar, and derivatives, all without leaving behind fun illustrations, stories, games, and activities. Song School Latin Book 2 will more than prepare students for their journey on to Latin for Children Primer A. They will surely continue their love of learning Latin with Song School Latin Book 2!

Full program includes:

Song School Latin Book 2 (student edition) with all Songs and Chants on included CD An interactive workbook text with fun activities; 32 weekly lessons, including 7 review chapters; and 175 everyday vocabulary words, including 75 words and grammar topics from Latin for Children Primer A.

Song School Latin Book 2 Teacher’s Edition This edition includes the entire Song School Latin Book 2 student edition content with answers and additional teacher’s notes. The latter portion of the book consists of extra activity pages for each chapter, including the review chapters.

Latin Monkey Match 2 Flashcard Game A fun supplement, Latin Monkey Match 2 Flashcard Game features all the vocabulary from Song School Latin Book 2. In groups or individually, students can play Memory or Go Fish by collecting Latin and English matches. The cards can also be used as flash cards for extra practice. Each card lists the corresponding chapter number from Song School Latin Book 2.

Song School Latin Book 2 DVD Set Twenty-four episodes feature a lively magistra and magister who narrate the vocabulary practice, simple grammar lessons, and derivative training. Simeon the Monkey makes appearances in each episode, delighting students with his animated story, which features numerous vocabulary words. There is also an animated derivative “river,” which highlights the way in which Latin words have come into various languages, including English, Spanish, and French.

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