FREE Latin Resources: Take the struggle out of teaching & learning Latin.
If you follow a classical model of home education, then Latin is probably one of your core subjects. Some might think it’s too complicated or boring to learn. My kids would tell you differently. We’ve been studying Latin since they were in 1st grade (longer for the youngest). These free Latin resources have been a big part of why we have enjoyed it s much.
Over time I’ve come to love a few academically solid curricula and my kids keep coming back to learn more Latin because they want to! They love the songs, the chants, the Lego fun, and all the other not-so-boring things we do to learn Latin.
So I decided to round up my favorites. It’s time to let your kids learn with these super fun resources for learning Latin.
Latin Fun For Everyone!
Legonium – Join this Facebook group. Where Latin meets Lego. Follow the citizens of Legonium as they go about their day.
Headventureland – It’s a great place to learn online and have some fun! If your kids love it, you can enroll in their online classes. Just create a free account to get started.
Visual Latin – 2 FREE Latin lessons! Get ready to laugh!
Latin With Andy Videos – This is the first in a series of FREE videos focusing just on vocabulary. They’re great!
Latin Readers & Primers – These FREE digital versions are perfect for learning on the go or at home!
Academic Press Videos – These videos are all on Youtube. Here’s a fun fairytale in Latin to get you started! Enjoy! Search YouTube for Song School Latin or Latin for Kids for more super fun videos your kids will really enjoy!
AP Latin Podcasts – If you have a student who is preparing for the AP Latin exam (or any other higher Latin exam, like the GCSE Ancient Civilizations exam), the FREE Ap Latin Podcasts might be just what’s needed!
If someone (teacher or student) in your house is struggling with Latin, struggle no more!
This post show’s how to take the struggle out of teaching and learning Latin.
We’ve used quite a few different resources throughout the years. We loved Song School Latin by Academic Press. Once we were done with that series we were ready for Visual Latin. I now have a high school freshman who is trying to choose between studying for the AP Latin exam or learning another language!
Plant the seeds of learning Latin when they are young and your homeschool will flourish as they grow and see that Latin is all around them. It’s in literature, science, history and even math. Oh, and don’t forget it’s the building block for other languages too! Man, I love Latin! You will too!
Don’t forget to check out these other Homeschool Giveaway posts about Latin resources for all ages.
Shannan is a wife, mum, and saved by grace child of The King. Her home base is in Scotland, where she homeschools her two kids (ages 12 & 15) and learns on location throughout Europe as much as possible. She is a classical/Charlotte Mason style home educator living out her God-breathed dream of raising her family in Europe. She’s passionate about many things, especially helping others learn on location using the world as their classroom. She encourages you to pursue your God-breathed dream, no matter what it is! You can join her at Captivating Compass for homeschool and family travel inspiration.
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