Wow, I didn't know Oak Meadow had a Latin program! That's cool.
We have Song School Latin and will be using that this year. We have listened to the cd without doing the workbook sheets but may start doing some of the workbook this year. I also will adapt some of the scripts/stories into fingerplays or maybe help her make her own books with them, etc.
We also like the Bolchazi children's books---we have two different series of books, one more "advanced" than the other . . . I can't remember the second set right now, but the first has "Quot Animalia" in it--I really like those a lot. Plus fairy tales in Latin and the Harriet Treadwell stories in Latin, children's picture dictionaries in Greek and Latin, just a whole mess of resources and try to do a little every day, maybe 15 minutes.
We read the book repeatedly over a few weeks, and copy the concepts (and okay, some of the pages
) to cut out images for her to do activities I make up, like match the Roman numeral to the number of animal pictures or smth like that.
I'm trying to "Montessori-fy" our Classical Languages this year; we do Greek, too.
So I'm thinking we'll set up a Classical Languages "station" where we add a Greek letter a week, sandpaper letters, and have a rice box for finger-drawing letters, the Roman #s on the wall, our book of the week(s) on display, and the stereo with SSL cd that we will open with every morning, plus see about a little finger puppet basket for acting out the SSL stuff?
Anyways, that's my idea for now. DD makes her own Classical Languages "main lesson book" that is combined Greek and Latin, and we read myths, too.