The Grammar of Grace Cycle 1 Foreign Languages Audio contains all of the Latin, Greek, & Hebrew lessons for Cycle 1, plus the bonus Dutch lessons.
- Latin, Greek, & Hebrew alphabets and phonics
- Short Bible verses in Latin and Greek
- Introductory words & phrases in Hebrew
Children have an amazing capacity for learning language; preschool and grammar school age are ideal for exposing them to foreign languages. We—Christian heirs of the Reformation—value teaching the biblical languages especially, because we want our children to know and understand God’s Word, and we understand how helpful it is to have access to it in the original Greek and Hebrew! But a huge portion of Christian writings, even through the Reformation, are in Latin, making it a valuable language for children to understand as well. Latin is a bridge to Greek, and Greek is a bridge to Hebrew.
Han Barnes –
We use Grammar of Grace as our main memorization guide, and this CD/MP3 is a must for the foreign language portion. My children learn better when hearing the language while looking at the letters. I couldn’t teach the language part without the CD!
L West –
We use Grammar of Grace as our daily memory work and this CD was very helpful in learning the foreign language portions of the curriculum. It is helpful for me to sound out first and then check my pronunciation with the CD. My child enjoys listening to the CD also.
Jennifer P –
I am so thankful for this resource! I follow the guide in the main curriculum for learning how to pronounce the foreign language verses and having the audio is so great to check my pronunciation…especially on the Hebrew! Also, on the occasional week where I’ve forgotten that we are starting a new verse or language and I’m not prepared we will use the recording to begin learning so we can keep moving forward (and I try to go over it properly before the next day). I wouldn’t want to go without this.
Heidi (verified owner) –
I’m glad I got the language audio CD to go along with our memory work. I use it mostly for myself to make sure I’m teaching proper pronunciation, but my children love listening to Robyn on the CDs. It’s like a treat for them.