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Roman Numerals, Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers in column format
For the Latin class: This one sided handout includes 4 columns,column 1 - Arabic numbers, column 2 - Roman numerals, column 3 - cardinal numbers (the number words in Latin) - column 4 - ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. in Latin) numbers included: 1-21, 30-90 by tens, 100-900 by hundreds, 1000 an
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Percy Jackson Movie #1 Worksheet
A worksheet that students can fill out while watching "Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief"
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Ecce Romani Chapter 1 Vocabulary PowerPoint
This vocabulary PowerPoint introduces students to the Ch. 1 vocabulary in the Ecce Romani 1 textbook with colorful and often humorous pictures and added derivative clues.
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Roman soldier's armor and equipment
In this educational film, students see a reconstruction of a Roman soldier, stationed at the northern border of the Roman empire in the 1st century CE. The voice over explains the details of his armor, weapons, clothing, and personal items.
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Hogarts Crest -Etymology
This has an image of the Hogwarts Crest and a breakdown of the Latin used.
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Latin- Days of the Week
There are all kinds of products for foreign language classes such as Spanish and French, but I have had to make many of my own for my Latin classes at a classical school. Included are the days of the school week in Latin Classical/Ecclesiastical: Lunae Martis Mercurii Jovis/Iovis Veneris I also
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Latin Dominoes for Classical Conversations Cycle 3 Weeks 1-8
CC kiddos enjoy a change from the mundane memorization of their LATIN memory work with this domino set! 2 Sets are included: Cycle 3 Weeks 1-4 and 5-8. CLICK HERE for additional review materials for Classical Conversations. You'll especially want to check out our paperless, self-grading online in
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Blank Noun Chart
This is a blank noun chart for the nominative, genitive, dative, accusative and ablative cases (singular and plural) of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th declension, all genders.
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Free Greek Latin Symbol Hall Pass Elementary Gifted Middle High School
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
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Roman Archaeology
This powerpoint contains mostly pictures (all photographs were taken myself) of Rome and Pompeii. It's intended to be a very brief introduction to the cultural remains of ancient Rome. There's very little written information on the slides, so it assumes that you have some knowledge of what it is in
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Rome: Engineering an Empire Student Notes
This worksheet is designed to accompany the History Channel's documentary, Rome: Engineering an Empire. It is worth 40 points total, with some open ended questions, but mostly fill in the blank.
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Roman Gods: Go Fish!
Game cards for students learning about Roman mythology. Students can play Memory or Go Fish in small groups to practice the main Roman gods and goddesses.
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Introduction to Ovid's Metamorphoses
I created this document to introduce Ovid's Metamorphoses to my Latin 3 students. I chose the 4 myths we will read, Pyramus and Thisbe, Daedalus, Daphne and Apollo, and Baucis and Philemon. Students use their prior knowledge of Greek mythology to identify the myths depicted in the paintings. They
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Latin Memes
Memes relating to Latin for display in your Latin class! Enjoy!UPDATE: Now with SEVENTY memes!
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Latin cases practice
Can You Find the Case allows Latin students practice in case usage. It requires the students to think in both English and Latin as to the function each noun is performing. This activity could also work for any other inflected language, such as German. This activity really gives the students the chan
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Colours in Latin
A PPT to teach to students learning Latin. The presentation focuses on colours and their agreements with masculine, feminine or neuter words. There is a missing colour game and OXO game at the end.
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Fortune Cookie Game Four Language Sampler - English, Spanish, Latin, Hebrew
The Fortune Cookie Game © is a great way to reinforce the rules of grammar while practicing composition and sentence structure in a social classroom setting. It is also an opportunity to practice utilizing current vocabulary words. This game supports the following National C
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Colosseum: A Gladiator's Story, Student Video Guide
This is a short ten question guide for the BBC documentary, Colosseum: A Gladiator's Story. The guide is brief but efficient. Students will need to know what the term "missio" means beforehand (or you can remove the question and modify number ten accordingly). This guide also asks questions related
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Latin to English Translation Handout
This is a straightforward, single-page handout on Latin-to-English translation which could be given to new Latin students either on the first day of class or just after verbs and nouns have been introduced. The hand-out lists the standard, tried-and-true "grammar-translation" method, step-by-step.
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To Every Thing Turn Turn Turn Ecclesiates 3:1-9
Ecclesiastes 3:1-9, commonly translated as "To Every Thing, Turn, Turn, Turn..." in Latin. Suitable for printing as a poster in a variety of sizes (source is a high-quality .jpg) ChrysanthemumClassics by Chris Ann Matteo is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4
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Latin Months of the Year
Latin Calendar Months Januarius/Ianuarius Februarius Martius Aprilis Maius Junius/Iunius Julius/Iunius Augustus September October November December
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Grasping For Straws!  A Latin 3rd Declension Gender Game
This is a simple classroom game used to help students practice their 3rd declension gender rules. It could also be used at home as a hands on activity for learning or reviewing the rules.
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Latin Vocabulary Flash Cards
I hope you enjoy these Latin vocabulary flashcards. My students and I use these in the classroom to play various games such as memory and pictionary. This PDF file includes around 100 words and phrases.
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Wheelock's Latin Chapter 1 Activity Packet
This file contains activities that use vocabulary from Wheelock's Latin Chapter 1. I have included a boggle game, conjugation practice chart, and parsing/translation practice.
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