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Quarter Four Week Four

Kindergarten
Classroom Phrases Pedes plani! - Feet flat!Nouns:
amita - auntpatruus - uncleconsobrinus - cousinAdjectives:

ReviewVerbs:
cogito - I thinklego - I readscribo - I writeGrammar: Basic sentence construction - "I think/read/write" Song: We will be starting to learn a new song this week that covers all the declensions we have learned this quarter. If your scholar is interested, you will find the lyrics below. I will try and have a video of the whole song available shortly.

You will find that when you come to third declension,
Nouns'll end in l and r and s and x
dux and ducis, duci, ducem, duce
lucis, luci, lucem, luce
Consul, imperator, miles rex
Start with blank, -is, -i, -em, -e
Third declension for today
-es -um -ibus -es -ibus
Say it next
dux and ducis, duci, ducem, duce
lucis, luci, lucem, luce
Consul, imperator, miles rex
First
Classroom Phrases Pedes plani! - Feet flat!Nouns:
amita - auntpatruus - uncleconsobrinus - cousinAdjectives:

ReviewVerbs:
cogito - I thinklego -…
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Quarter Four Week Three

Kindergarten
Classroom Phrases Sede sicut scholaris! - Sit like a scholar!Nouns: avus - grandpaavia - grandmafilius - sonfilia - daughterAdjectives:

longus longa longum - longbrevis brevis breve - shortVerbs:
lacrimo - I cryrideo - I laughsubrideo - I smileGrammar:

Basic sentence construction - "I smile/cry/laugh" Song: We will be starting to learn a new song this week that covers all the declensions we have learned this quarter. If your scholar is interested, you will find the lyrics below. I will try and have a video of the whole song available shortly.
Now the second one is very, very simple: -us -i -o-um -o, -i -orum -is -os -is And the neuter starts with bellum, belli bello, bellum, bello. Plural: -a -orum -is -a -is Start with -us -i -o -um -o Then -i -orum -is -os -is It is masculine. Remember! Five apiece. And the neuter starts with bellum, belli bello, bellum, bello. Plural: -a -orum -is -a -is
First
Classroom Phrases Sede sicut scholaris! - Sit like a scholar!Nouns: avus - gr…

Quarter Four Week Two

Kindergarten
Classroom Phrases Mane! - Wait!Nouns: familia - familymater - motherpater - fathersoror - sisterfrater - brotherAdjectives:

sordidus, sordida, sordidum - dirtymundus, munda, mundum - cleanVerbs: habeo - I haveedo - I eatbibo - I drink

Grammar: Basic sentence construction - "I have" and "I eat/drink" statements Song: We will be starting to learn a new song this week that covers all the declensions we have learned this quarter. If your scholar is interested, you will find the lyrics below. I will try and have a video of the whole song available shortly.
Now in Latin there are only 5 declensions. All the endings you must memorize and say. "A" is for the nominative, "AE" genitive and dative, "AM" accusative, the ablative long "A." Start with: -a -ae -ae -am -a Then: -ae -arum -is -as -is And repeat the first declension every day. "A" is for the nominative, "AE" genitive and dative, "AM" accusati…

Quarter Four Week One

Hello parents! I am so looking forward to the finishing out the year with your students. In Second Grade we are preparing to move on to third grade, and so we are focusing more on translation this quarter. In Kindergarten and First Grade, we will be working on basic sentence construction and, as always, expanding our vocabularies.  In the eighth week of this quarter, we will be having a Latin and Art Night, where the students will be able to share all the work they have done so far this year. I'm very proud of how much they have learned this year, and I know they're looking forward to showing it off. With that said, some of our class time this quarter will be devoted to projects that we can display on that night. Below you will find an outline of the material we will be covering this week.

Kindergarten
Classroom Phrases Ecce! - Look! or Behold!Nouns: vir - manfemina - womanpuella - girlpuer - boyamicus/amica - friendAdjectives:

bonus, bona, bonum - goodmalus, mala, malum - badVerbs…

Quarter Three Week Seven

Kindergarten
Classroom Phrases Iterum dic, quaeso - Say again, pleaseNouns: ver - springaestas - summerautumnus - fallhiems - winterAdjectives:

The adjectives differ depending on the gender of the noun they modify. Because of this, we need to learn the masculine, feminine, and neuter form of each adjective. multi, multae, multa - manyrari, rarae, rara - fewGrammar: Verbs are action words.The ends of action words change to tell us WHO acts and WHEN
History/Geo Questions: Who is Bacchus? - The god of wine and celebrations Song:
Amo, amas, amat... Amamus, amatis, amant...
I love, you love, it loves... We love, y'all love, they love.
First
Classroom Phrases
Iterum dic, quaeso - Say again, pleaseNouns: ver - springaestas - summerautumnus - fallhiems - winterAdjectives:

The adjectives differ depending on the gender of the noun they modify. Because of this, we need to learn the masculine, feminine, and neuter form of each adjective. multi, multae, multa - manyrari, rarae, rara - few Prepositions

sub - un…

Quarter Three Week Six

Kindergarten
Classroom Phrases Tolle manum. - Raise your hand.Nouns: nimbus - cloudimber - rainiris - rainbowfulmen - lightningclamor - thunderAdjectives:

The adjectives differ depending on the gender of the noun they modify. Because of this, we need to learn the masculine, feminine, and neuter form of each adjective. novus, nova, novum - newantiquus, antiqua, antiquum - oldGrammar: Verbs are action words.The ends of action words change to tell us WHO acts and WHEN
History/Geo Questions: Who is Proserpina? - The goddess of farming. Song:
Amo, amas, amat... Amamus, amatis, amant...
I love, you love, it loves... We love, y'all love, they love.
First
Classroom Phrases
Licetne ire ad latrinam? - May I go to the bathroom?Tolle manum. - Raise your hand.Nouns:
nimbus - cloudimber - rainiris - rainbowfulmen - lightningclamor - thunderAdjectives:


The adjectives differ depending on the gender of the noun they modify. Because of this, we need to learn the masculine, feminine, and neuter form of each adjec…

Quarter Three Week Five

Kindergarten
Classroom Phrases Fere (Almost)Exacte (Exactly)Nouns: sol (sun)luna (moon)nox (night)stella (star)Adjectives:

The adjectives differ depending on the gender of the noun they modify. Because of this, we need to learn the masculine, feminine, and neuter form of each adjective. obscurus, obscura, obscurum (dark)clarus, clara, clarum (bright)Grammar: Review and practice of accusative case.
History/Geo Questions: Who is Mercury? The god of money.Song:
Amo, amas, amat... Amamus, amatis, amant.
First
Classroom Phrases
Fere (Almost)Exacte (Exactly)Nouns:
sol (sun)luna (moon)nox (night)stella (star)Adjectives:


The adjectives differ depending on the gender of the noun they modify. Because of this, we need to learn the masculine, feminine, and neuter form of each adjective. obscurus, obscura, obscurum (dark)clarus, clara, clarum (bright)Grammar: Review and practice of accusative case.
History/Geo Questions: Who is Mercury? The god of money.Song:
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Classroom Phrases
Fere (Almost)Exacte (Exac…