Jennifer says, “I took three years of Latin in high school and loved it. I also took Greek for a couple of semesters in college and thoroughly enjoyed that as well. But when it came time to pick a language to study with my own homeschooled children, I opted for… Spanish. Here in Texas, opportunities to converse in Spanish abound. Classical languages? Not so much. Even so, I haven’t wanted to abandon my Latin and Greek roots completely. Thankfully, vocabulary-building curricula such as The Critical Thinking Company’s Word Roots are ready to stand in the gap.” Read the rest of […]
Monica says, “If your child enjoys sleuth work, he may enjoy Word Roots. On the other hand, if you have a straightforward learner, who prefers more explanation, this may not work.” Read the rest of her review at Chocolate Covered Boy Joy.
Monica says, “More efficient than studying random lists of vocabulary words, Word Roots, instead focuses on prefixes, suffixes and roots. Understanding the meaning of a specific prefix or suffix helps unlock far more words and their meanings.” Read the rest of her review at Chocolate-Covered Boy Joy.