Mango Language’s Homeschool Edition is helping homeschool
parents grow students brighter with a fun and engaging new approach to language learning. After just one lesson, it’s delightful
to see students excited over how quickly they comprehend new
words and phrases in a foreign language.
With over 60 world languages to choose from online and
PDF-curriculum outlines, homeschool parents have just as
much fun following along and learning, too. And keeping up
with students’ progress tracking and grades is a breeze with
Mango’s assessment portal, the one-stop shop that monitors all
activity and reports back.
Mango was built by professional linguists and works with a
unique methodology, which they consider to be the four main
components of language learning--grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and culture.
Aside from the company’s bright colors and friendly attitude,
Mango sets itself apart with its love for keeping up a strong connection and dedication to supporting homeschool educators.
All Mango users are encouraged to reach out at 877-626-4611
or to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, and product feedback. Improvement suggestions are
always more than welcome, too!
For more information on Mango Languages and how they’re
growing students brighter, visit www.mangolanguages.com/
Schola Publications / Latin Road
A favorite of homeschool families for 23 years, The LATIN Road
to English Grammar is the ONLY curriculum . . .
- especially designed for parents and teacher who have never
studied Latin before. All your preparation work is done for
you and you teach while you learn.
- that has an advanced English grammar study built into it. No
need to teach them as separate subjects which saves you time
- that is a serious study of the Latin language, so serious that
your student can earn two years of high school foreign language credit for the 3-year study.
- where you can begin as early as 5th/6th grade or in 4th grade
with our introduction to Latin, The BRIDGE to the Latin
We invite you to visit our website at www.thelatinroad.com
and learn the practical and historical reasons for learning Latin
as they relate to vocabulary, spelling, and the working introduction to our most common spoken languages. You can also
download free sample videos, listen to audio workshops, take
video tours of each volume, and review our frequently-asked
questions. Email us at email@example.com to receive your
invitation to our free webinars.