From: Chris Core (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jun 13 1999 - 21:00:24 EDT
Hi Scott I would like to recommend Jim Found's book "Learn Biblical Greek in 30
mins. A Day". I learned using it, my oldest child did when was between 3rd and 4th
grade and now my other child is ready to (we just bought her's Saturday) It starts
out very slow and then before you know it your learning N.T. Greek. It is only
$15.00 and is a great tool for summer education.
in Christ -chris
Scott Sherwood wrote:
> I have two nephews in elementary school.
> I know that historically, seven year olds were starting to learn
> ancient Greek as a second or third language in some times and places (
> though more often it came later, after latin ).
> I can't expect my sister to have them poring over Lidell-Scott's
> lexicon. She would think I was torturing them, or putting undue
> Are there any materials for small kids, perhaps with some pictures,
> phonetics, focus on alphabet? Maybe one Gospel, in story form? Or a
> kid's encyclopedia of ancient Greek?
> Scott Sherwood
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