Visual Latin–Lesson 1a and 1b

After spending the last 4 days watching the introduction lessons for Visual Latin, today was the day to start with Lesson 1a.

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Jon starts watching his video, in the kitchen, on his iPod,

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He liked it so much he moved to the guest room and watched 1a and 1b.

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I printed out the worksheets for Nathan – he watches the video on the iPod from his favorite chair in the living room. He has headphones on, Jon preferred listening with the speakers.

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Both boys really like the videos. Watching Jon practice Alexander Est Mongoose (Alexander is friend) cracked me up.  Da-os est Bonus – God is Good.  Padre? est bonus mongoose.  Mongoose est bonus. And on and on he went while doing his chores.  Funny kid. I’ve no idea how to spell/type the Latin, too lazy to review the video – but you get the point.  It’s a pretty amazing day when your kid is making up paragraphs in Latin after 4 intro lessons and 2 parts of the week’s lesson. 

(I am going to be reviewing Visual Latin for Timberdoodle the end of September – but will keep you updated on our progress until an opinion is fully formed. For now, if you are considering studying a language this year – RUN – Type Furiously – to Timberdoodle. You won’t be let down!)

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The Transparent Thoughts of an Unschooling Family of Boys - Answering the question - What DO you DO all day?
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One Response to Visual Latin–Lesson 1a and 1b

  1. We LOVE Visual Latin. We are on Lesson 10 and are very happy with it.

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