Review of First Form Greek by Memoria Press I was very excited to be given the opportunity to review First Form Greek Complete Set, a curriculum from Memoria Press, but I was not prepared for how fantastic and flexible the lessons are. I have purchased some Memoria Press curricula for my children in the past and so was not surprised at the high quality and rigorous nature of the First Form Greek Complete Set, but I was surprised at how easy it is to teach and how flexible the curriculum is. Memoria Press makes top of the line classical christian homeschool curriculum, and this productRead More →

Learning a whole new alphabet may plague your children as it did mine when they were first learning Koine Greek. We added two fun and different activities to daily Greek lessons that really helped: a puzzle game and a song. The first is a game (the Greek Alphabet Game) that can be played with only one person or expanded to include multiple children. I found that playing this game in a group actually helped to learn the alphabet as children help each other and learning from more than one person is always good. The second is something my children’s Aunt taught them: You sing theRead More →