Io Saturnalia! I added a short blog to the "This I Believe" tab. It was originally a post on the Latin Teacher Idea Exchange. Here's a link
Well, I am sick. Not so sick to feel justified spending the day in bed but just sick enough that getting out of the house seems like more energy than I currently have. So, I wrote a new blog - actually, I expanded the blog on numbers and added two games to the post. It's under Beginning Activities. Click here.
I added a version of "Mala Ad Mala" to Card and Board games. Prep for this game has been simplified for the busy teacher without affecting students' enthusiasm. My class loves this game. It's a good way to review vocabulary and grammatical structures you want students to practice.
New blog tab; Teaching Case. On it, I've started to add those activities that have engaged and helped foster understanding of how to use noun cases. It's under the "Stuff is Here" tab or just click this link.
Just added a new blog under Kinetic Activites - not invented by me - but so useful for introducing new words in an engaging way!
It's called Cape. Link is here
The book is here - I am now beyond excited and terrified it will be filled with typos or printed upside down or will otherwise be awful. Somehow, the day after I wrote the book, another story immediately wrote itself in my head - new characters, new ghosts. That was unexpected. Also I wrote a new blog under white board games - play tested numerous times this year. I call it Quid Est? and the link is here:
For the past two years, I have been working on a graphic novella in Latin for the intermediate student. I'm very excited by the prospect of the project coming to fruition. Publication date looks to be sometime in May. Details about the book can be found on page TRES FABULAE HORRIFICAE.
I added a new blog to "This I Believe" menu. It is a short story, about Cassandra, one of my favorite characters in mythology. Link to the page is here.
New game added to Kinetic Activities. It's not one that I've done for years but I play tested it four times and it was definitely a hit. It's called Tuxtax which I have read is the Latin equivalent for thwack or thump. Link is here: