Latin Jeopardy!

Latin homeschool co-op

On latin review days we love to play games. And the kids really, really love jeopardy! (As you can see from the photo we also had a surprise guest! Mr. Abello brought our littlest Latin student to say hello!) If you every want to play jeopardy with your children it works great for any language class and the directions on Read More …

Latin and Milking Goats go hand in hand

boy milking goats

This post is for all the mamas of “Wiggly Willies” out there. You know the type. Often distracted, love to cause a ruckus, hard to get them to sit still to do school, full of energy, jeans always have holes ripped in them, constantly messy and dirty, a tendency to break things due to forgetfulness and lack of carefulness, Huckleberry Read More …

Classical Curriculum Trials – How to Teach a “difficult” Child

How to teach a struggling learner at home

I put “difficult” in quotes because I don’t like to label children as “difficult.” I don’t think they are difficult in their core or in their being–I think we have just not found out what is the best way to school them and they are letting us know by being very honest! So here we are with our children, trying Read More …

Latin – The Mother Tongue

Why you should study latin

Why Learn Latin? This is the question that every parent or student asks themself at one time or another.  Isn’t it a dead language? What use is it today? Let me give you some great reasons to learn latin– especially in the way that we are learning it – through studying Scripture. I would make them all learn English: and Read More …