A Latin Learning Program Created for Catholic Schools!
If you’re an administrator principal or educator at a Catholic school, and you’re considering implementing a Latin curriculum, Little Latin Readers brings you a thorough, easy to teach, and faith-focused Latin language learning solution.
With our Catholic-focused coursework, a unique approach to language education, and online companion audio library, our curriculum is perfect for Catholic schools of all sizes and grade levels.
10+ Complete Sets
“Parvis imbutus tentabis grandia tutus”
“You, having been steeped in little things, being safe, shall attempt great things,”
Our motto and the guiding inspiration of my Latin program, Little Latin Readers.
Understanding The Little Latin Readers Difference
Teaching The Language Of The Church
Why should you choose Little Latin Readers? We are a Catholic organization where Catholics learn Latin and we’re dedicated to helping educate children in the Catholic faith through Latin learning.
Educating students about Catholicism in tandem with the Latin language is a perfect pairing. Translated stories teach the life of Jesus, Mary and the Apostles. We also include quotes from the Bible in Latin, Latin prayers, and detailed coursework about the Catholic Mass.
With 36 weekly lessons, quizzes and reviews, daily lesson plans, testing and a teacher instruction book, it’s never been easier to give your students a Catholic focused Latin education at your school.
The Benefits Of Teaching Little Latin Readers Curriculum At Your School
Why should you teach Latin at your school? Here are just a few reasons.
- Reinforce Catholic values – Our course helps you stand out in a crowded education market, by delivering a truly Catholic-focused Latin education.
- A more comprehensive classical education – Latin is one of the most important languages in Classical studies, the humanities, and in the study of world history, so it provides your students with a more well-rounded education.
- Better SAT test scores– Around 60% of English words are derived from Latin. This means that students who know Latin often score better on the SATand other standardized tests, particularly for reading and writing.
- Students stand out during college applications – According to Harvard’s dean of undergraduate admissions, William Fitzsimmons, Latin helps students stand out when applying for admission to college.