Currently, this page is mainly going to be for the 7th grade; however, I will
make note of pages that are and will be useful for 6th grade. This search
is proving to be rather difficult. It may be a while.
Surprisingly, there are a several good websites that have to do with Latin
grammar. I will list them below and attempt to give them ratings on how
useful they seem to me. 5 is best, 1 is worst.
- The best site was a place called CyberLatin, but it seems to have
disappeared. Absolutely would have been a 5. The teacher who runs
that site uses the same book that we do. Too bad.
- There is a site at a place called about.com. It has a Latin page, but I
don't know if I trust it just yet, but you can wander at see what you
Unfortunately, I think this is a site for advertising only. There is no
real new material, but it does have some links to good sites. I may just
review them instead.
- One of the links I chose from the above took me to a page of Latin
questions and answers. Some of it is a little beyond what we
are doing, but you can get some valuable grammar info here.
- This page is something some college math teacher put together to help
him read some 19th century math texts that were written in
Latin. He has really done a great job with organization,
but, like most Latin links out there, some of it is way beyond what we
need. Take what you need, ignore the rest.
- A list of grammatical terms with their definitions is always
is one with examples in English and a few Latin ones. There is
also a link to a verb paradigm (a big, fancy word for examples) at the
bottom. Very helpful.
- The guy who wrote this
page really likes studying Latin. The first half of this (very
long) page is all about why people should study Latin (and he's
right). The second half is all of the grammar that is needed for
nouns, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, and verbs. It is lengthy,
but it is extremely good. If you get stuck, scroll down a bit and
keep reading. He explains well. Oh yeah, there is another
page of stuff, too. As I continue to explore this page, I
found all kinds of cool stuff. Click around.
- Here is one link I found for now - it is a Latin dictionary that you can
download at: http://users.erols.com/whitaker/words.htm.
Read the whole page first and get what you need. Don't rely on it
though. Nothing is more important that vocabulary (and reading the
directions and endings).
- I am currently investigating some pages with Latin language links to
provide the most comprehensive list available. That would be cool.