Are you teaching your children Latin in your homeschool or are you considering it?
It is amazing how many FREE Latin resources are available. While scouring the web, I found some great ones to share with you.
On of my favorite Latin Curriculum publishers is Classical
Academic Press. Did you know they have a separate website with FREE
online learning resources for teaching Latin?
Check it out here: Headventure Land
They also have online resources for teaching Spanish, Greek, Logic, & Bible!
FREE Latin Resources:
Interactive verb conjugation quizzes for Spanish, French, and Latin. You can choose
which verb tense to practice, optionally how long to practice for, and print out
a score when the time is up.
Indo-European Languages Online
Set of online lessons to teach or reinforce reading comprehension and basic translation
for several early Indo-European languages (Latin, Greek, Church Slavonic, Armenian,
Avestan, and Old Persian). Sections of classical texts originally written in those
languages are presented with glossaries, translations, and language guides. Provided
by the University of Texas Learning Resource Center.
Collection of information about ancient Rome, including the Corpus Scriptorum
Latinorum, a large collection of links to Latin literature online.
Aid and Wordlist
Resources for the Latin language, including a 30,000-term English/Latin searchable
dictionary, Latin verb conjugation tables, a Roman numeral converter, and online
Latin vocabulary and plural quizzes.
Multi-Language Editions of the Bible
German/English and Latin/English on-line Bibles.
Free online educational games and activities, including almost 600 activities
for languages. Includes games like flashcards, matching, memory, and more, for
over 15 languages. And, you can create your own activity.
TEXTKIT – Greek and Latin
Complete, free downloadable PDF versions of out-of-copyright and user-contributed
Latin and Ancient Greek grammar and language books, readers, classical books (Ancient
Greek and Latin authors), and essays, for people studying Latin or Ancient Greek.
Site also has forums for people learning/studying Latin and Greek to discuss related
Introduction to the Theloskrit language, a language similar to Latin. Includes
the Theloskrit alphabet, conjugation and pronunciation guides, some vocabulary
Free online word games, quizzes in more than a dozen different languages, free
language and culture newsletters, ‘word of the day’ in 6 languages, and more edutainment
for language learners.
The Latin Project
Contains a Web program to generate the standard declension or conjugations of
Latin nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Also contains a small (but growing) database
of Latin words already run through the program to facilitate searching for all
forms of the words.
Online verb conjugation for more than 100 languages. Pick a language, enter a
verb, and get its conjugation in more than a dozen different tenses.
Latin Dictionary Resources
Formatted by Bill Casselman. Small text Latin/English dictionary.
of Botanical Epithets
botanical names (in Latin) and their meaning.
and Grammar Aid
Searchable Latin to/from English dictionary, and grammar aid with word endings
aid and noun case examples. By Lynn Nelson, University of Kansas.
Resources from 24HourTranslations
Online English/Latin dictionary, large list of commonly-used Latin phrases and
their English translations, and links to other sites about Latin.
Large text dictionary of English/Latin. Approx. 8000 entries.
in opus Saxonis et alia opera Danica compendium
Middle Age Latin dictionary, in Latin (Latin explaining Middle Latin).
Popular texts you can read online for free
- Caesar, Gallic War (English, Latin)
- Catullus, Carmina (English, Latin)
- Cicero, In Catilinam I (English, Latin)
- Vergil, Aeneid (English, Latin)
Note: Many of these free resources were found on www.ilovelanguages.com and are available as a free language resource. They also have a ton of other info and links on other languages.
Do you have a favorite Latin Resource or curriculum not listed above? Share it with us in the comments!
Carrie is the owner & operator of Homeschool Giveaways. She has been homeschooling for over a decade and has successfully graduated her first homeschooler. She has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.
When the Public Library is Not Easily Accessible
Libraries...I bet you love them. Most homeschool moms do.We live on the county line and our closest
Japanese Language Learning for Homeschoolers – What We Are
A little over a year ago, my daughter began her obsession with all-things-Japanese. Being that we ar
Game-Changing Way to Schedule Your Homeschool
If you have experienced homeschool burnout in the past, perhaps now is a great time to consider a sc
What to Do When You Can't Afford to Buy New Curriculum
When I decided I wanted to educate my children at home, I wasn't concerned about the money. I just k
Nightly Routines for Kids That Will Last – FREE Daily Rout
Developing a nightly routine for kids that actually stick, especially if it hasn’t been consistent
A List of Healthy Whole 30 Instant Pot Recipes for the Famil
Have you wanted to cook a little healthier for your family, but feel as if you don’t have the time