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Take a visit around your school or class stations to learn about all 20 Spanish countries that we celebrate during Hispanic Heritage month. Between September 15 and October 15, students enjoy learning about the capitals, food, landmarks, currency and flags of these Hispanic nations. Stamp the passpo
My precocious 5th graders always feel very sophisticated using these and understanding the meaning of the symbols. I don't think I'd go much lower than 4th grade unless the children are extremely advanced; but it's definitely suitable for older kids. The male symbol represents the sword and shield
If I had to have only one tool to use with my biology students, it would be this list of commonly used Latin and Greek prefixes and suffixes. I literally give this to my students each nine weeks and have them put it in their binder or science notebook to use as part of their glossary. If they can
Looking to use more spoken Latin in your classroom? Having trouble finding spoken Latin posters from common resource sites? This poster of polite expressions allows students to have a visual reminder of ways for them to use Latin in the classroom. You can print this poster at home or school, or sen
Concise & Editable. Each chart has a control-number in the top-left corner for easy reference when referring students to look up an ending 5 pages (front side only) total.
I use this sign-out sheet for my high school students, but it can be used with any grade level. It has columns for names, destinations, times out, and times in.
Looking to use more spoken Latin in your classroom? Having trouble finding spoken Latin handouts from common resource sites? This coversheet of useful phrases allows students to have a visual reminder of ways for them to use Latin in the classroom.
This file contains an example of how to complete a derivative worksheet for the chapter derivatives. As you can see there needs to be more space between the individual words. My sentences were far from creative; I urged my students to be creative in the sentences that they wrote. If you have enough
I specifically use this for vocabulary study in my Latin classroom, but it could be easily adapted to work for students learning other languages. Printed as a front and back, students will practice each vocabulary word by writing the word, its definition, drawing the word, and writing a sentence usi
A handy dandy page with all of you teacher info on it as well as some Roman/Latin-y photos. Nice touch for the front of a Latin notebook or binder.

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