For Special Needs
Teaching Resources for Special Needs
Simply Classical Curriculum A, B, C focuses on oral receptive (understood) and expressive (communicated) language before the child learns to read. Simply Classical Curriculum 1, 2, 3, and beyond focus on receptive and expressive oral language after the child learns to read. Free online SC Readiness Assessments help place your child.
For children with special needs, oral language exercises can supplement speech and language therapy. Ask your Speech and Language therapist to borrow the H.E.L.P. series of graded oral language exercises. These can strengthen social language and the linguistic concepts needed for mathematics, writing, and other areas. Handbook of Exercises for Language Processing, books 1-5.
Greek and Latin
We recommend this progression for Latin with CDs, DVDs, posters, and flash cards: Prima Latina, Latina Christiana I, First Form Latin. Look for special-needs lesson plans for these programs coming soon, beginning with Prima Latina in 2017.