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We've been using (and loving!) Song School Latin this year. You can read my review of it at The Curriculum Choice if you would like. Classical Academic Press offers free coloring pages to go along with each vocab word that is introduced, which my kids really like. It is a nice activity for them to do while they are listening to the song that goes with the page.
For a while, we had been hanging the coloring pages on a cork board so the kids could see them and review throughout the day. With about four pages per lesson, the pages began to fill the board and creep onto the wall around it. Soon, Song School Latin was taking over our wall! Honestly, I didn't really mind because the kids loved looking at them and it really did help them review, but at some point enough is enough =)
|This was after I had already taken a bunch down!|
Then I got the great idea to use my favorite new tool, my Spiral Binding System to make all the pages into a book! (You can read my New Favorite Tool review and see videos of it in use if you'd like.)
Now the kids can flip through the book anytime they would like, and we also go through it at the beginning of each lesson. I love that it keeps all the sheets together, and the kids love seeing the pages that they colored. Most coloring pages end up in the trash, but these are really great to keep for review, so this is a great, permanent way to preserve them!
Do you use Song School Latin? What do you do with all the coloring pages?
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