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This Latin Root Study page set is perfect for vocabulary learning and standardized test prep. If you are a homeschooler, this would go wonderfully with "English From the Roots Up". The first page has a space for writing the root at the top. Beneath are three sections for writing an English derivativ
Assignment meant to replace Socratic dialogue on Jason and the Golden Fleece. Can be edited to change expectations.
Question guide that walks students through the National Geographic video, Hannibal V. Rome. Questions guide viewers through important information presented in the video. Word Document. Editable**YouTube link included on document in case access to the DVD is not possible.
This wav. file was created to accompany the Common Latin Expressions PowerPoint. It can be played along with the PowerPoint so that the students can hear and then repeat the proper pronunciation of the Latin words and phrases.
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This is an original design of the Shield of Aeneas. All 11 events are fully illustrated and colored digitally with high levels of detail.
This is an original design of the Shield of Aeneas. All 11 events are fully painted with high levels of detail and vibrant colors.
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Notes for three noun cases: Nominative, Accusative, Ablative in 1st and 2nd declensions. The Google Slides notes work better for my online/hybrid students because they're easier to access and look better on their various devices/phones. These notes are meant for students to read without me, so if yo
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Latin story to translate about Minerva and Neptune competing over who will be the patron god of Athens. Contains adjectives of positive, comparative, and superlative degree which I use when reviewing that grammar at the start of Latin III, but could also be used when teaching it in a Latin II class.
The story of Romulus and Remus's birth and the founding of Rome as told by Livy in his Ab Urbe Condita. Pages break the text into approachable chunks, arranged with vocabulary and notes to facilitate student reading. I use this packet in Level III; it could also be used for higher or AP-level studen
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These tables will help your students stay organized with their Latin declensions. Students can use these to practice their Latin Adjectives, Pronouns and 1st-5th declensions Nouns.*** PLEASE CONSIDER LEAVING A REVIEW *** You can earn credits to use on future sales. Here's what to do:Earn TpT Credits
Includes overlay-color-coded markings of: - the 7 hills, archaeological surveys of the lesser forums. Includes detailed instructions (ReadMe file) with pictures. Requires Google Earth + a DSL or faster internet connection. May be set to cycle automatically, by itself, in the background.
This is a Word Search booklet that contains Catholic Vocabulary. There are coloring pictures too.
Because so few students today are able to take Latin or Greek, they may be unaware of the derivation of many words in English. I developed this four-session workshop of Latin and Greek roots in English words, and I offer it once a year to any interested students at my university. The workshop is e
Socratic discussion question options for the story of Oedipus. Can be edited to be used as a general assignment verses makeup assignment.
Designed for Red Ribbon Week. Four bookmarks per page. Just print, cut, and have the students color. A creative way to remind students to "Just Say No to Drugs!"
There are a variety of rosary books and online resources. This is one I compiled from years of praying the rosary, and not finding all the info in one book. Our family goes to the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM.) So, the prayers are the Joyful, Glorious, and the Sorrowful. Thank you for shopping.
Students can put this in their binders or interactive notebooks as a reference. This sheet works great for both beginner and intermediate Latin students. I made this for my daughter for when she was first learning Latin. It helped her with how the different words were listed in the dictionary. ht
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This free resource is a Latin Google Classroom header. To learn how to create and/or upload your own custom Google Classroom header, check out this video.I hope this is helpful! :)Follow my store for more resources to help you with distance learning, remote teaching, and anything Google-related!----
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.
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A Latin reading for Novice learners to go with the Vir et Hortus materials at www.comprehensibleantiquity.com
Use these cute bathroom passes in your Latin classroom this year! Print, laminate, and add a lanyard. Good to go!

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