How is Latin even possible? I printed samples from Latina Christiana, and I'm feeling overwhelmed. Declensions? Conjugations? Possum? Sum? Help!
This year my kids and I used Latin for Children Primer A from Classical Academic Press. My kids are in 4th, 7th and 8/9th grade. I had never taken Latin, so we all learned together. It was really fun! Very well thought out and easy to follow, with a DVD lesson for each chapter. I want to continue with Primer B next year, but I am not sure if it will be enough to count for my oldest child's high school language requirement. Lee, do you have any advice about this? It is "Latin for Children," which seems aimed at younger kids; but we learned a ton, I thought. How do I count courses like that on their transcripts?
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