I was surprised that there weren't many lapbook or notebook pages for Latin online because that seems like such a natural. So much repetition is necessary for language study (particularly Latin) that building semi-permanent review pages seems like time well spent.
I am working on my own but it took a long time just to do the first page. I hope it will become easier over time as I figure out what templates to use for what kind of information.
I am still a beginner at lapbooking, which means I can usually figure out how to do already-planned lapbooks, and even tweak the details, but I have a hard time figuring out layouts from scratch.
For these pages I used A First Latin Book for Catholic Schools
(public domain book)
One of the nice things about making a Latin notebook, though, is that you can potentially pull pages from all sources. I have Minimus, and Latina Christiana and an Usborne picture dictionary of Latin, and my older son is using Latin for Beginners. There is no reason why I can't draw from them all so long as I introduce the grammar in a logical way (but most resources introduce things in the same essential order).
Page 1 : First Declension and some Vocabulary
Here are two printables I made for Lesson 1 of the First Latin Book.
I wanted to use pictures for the vocabulary. I was able to find almost all of the clipart at Clipart Etc.
You can see what the results look like below.
The declension template is complex, and I am not sure if I will do it that way next time.
Here you can see one of the vocabulary pieces open. You can arrange the mini-book either to show the picture on top, or the Latin word on top, so the child can memorize in different ways.
Here is an earlier version I worked on before deciding that I liked the vocabulary words to be separated from each other. However, it is possible to use the printable I made in this way.
Page 2: First Conjugation, and some Verbs
For this page, I used Latina Christiana Flashcards (Quizlet)
and made this printable Latin Lesson 2 --First Conjugation
page 3: Present Tense of Irregular Verb "Sum" and Vocabulary
The materials for this lesson come from this printable I made: Latin Vocabulary Lesson 2
I wasn't quite finished with the notebook page when I took this picture.
step book for the conjunctions and adverbs in this lesson:
I made a worksheet based on the First Latin for Catholic Schools, Lessons 1-2. It does not presently have an answer key.
However, I am slowly entering it into Quizlet where there are answers.
Here is the first section on Quizlet.
Here is the second section on Quizlet.
I intend to add the rest during our winter holidays.