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Visual Latin Homeschool Curriculum (Very Fun) - Compass Classroom | Homeschool Curriculum

Visual Latin lessons pair three videos with worksheets and online flashcards to guide students from grammar concepts, to practice sentences, to reading in Latin. Kids everywhere love it!
  • Formats: Download
  • Lessons: 2
  • Age: 10+
  • Teacher: Dwane Thomas

Availability: In stock



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These files must first be downloaded to a computer before playing them or copying them to a tablet or other mobile device.


  • Lesson 5 - Declensions | Meet the Cases
  • Lesson 11 - The Case Files | Vocative

Also includes Sample PDF Worksheets.

Video format: - High Definition (HD) mp4 for use with any MP4 player on a PC, Mac or other HD tablet and mobile device. (1280 x 720)


1Reviews For Visual Latin: 2 Free Lessons

  1. Shontae

    My husband and I have been learning Latin with the Visual Latin series for just over a week. It is really amazing to realize how much we are learning from day to day. Dwane Thomas is an excellent instructor. He is really great at breaking things down so it will not be overwhelming. He's also pretty funny and doesn't take himself too seriously. I would recommend these videos to anyone interested in learning Latin.

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Related Lessons

Sample Lessons:

  • 05A - Declensions | Meet the Cases
  • 05B - Declensions | Meet the Cases
  • 05C - Declensions | Meet the Cases
  • 11A - The Case Files | Vocative
  • 11B - The Case Files | Vocative
  • 11C - The Case Files | Vocative




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Frequently Asked Visual Latin Questions

There are always some basic Visual Latin questions we often hear. We’ve tried to pull all of them together in one place so you don’t have to go hunting about. (Or so we hope…)

What age is Visual Latin for?

10 and up. Kids need to be able to read, but other than that, elementary kids love it, middle school kids love it, high school kids love it, college kids… you get the point.

How is everything sequenced out?  In other words, what’s a full year of Latin look like?

Visual Latin has two sections to it: Latin 1 and Latin 2. Each is intended to be taught in a single school year (although you can certainly speed up or slow down as you desire).  Both sections have 30 classes in each, which correlates to about 1 class a week.

Is Visual Latin good for high school credit?

In terms of the material it covers, Visual Latin Latin 1 (Lessons 1-30) and Latin 2 (Lessons 31-60) are each good for one high school foreign language credit (2 credits total). By itself, however, it will not provide a full 150 hours of work. Some parents are less concerned about this, but others may want to provide extra supporting materials for upper level high school students. For those who do, we recommend supplementing Latin 1 with Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. (The older version of LL without color is the same text and perfectly acceptable.)  We have created a free Visual Latin/Lingua Latina Teaching Guide that you can use to match them together over a two-year period.  [Note that Lingua Latina is a unique Latin only, college-level book. Visual Latin has been modeled on this book, and in terms of content, teaches exactly the same things.]

If I buy the downloads, do I have to download all the files at one time?

No. The download links stay in your account  and you can access them anytime.


We've created a number of resources to help you learn Visual Latin. If you purchase this product on our site, all the associated PDFs will be provided as links. If you purchased Visual Latin somewhere else, you can use the links here to get the same resources in our store.

Download the Visual Latin 1 PDF Bundle

Remember to visit Compass Classroom Resources to find lots of free materials and links to help your students learn Latin.