Hey Andrew! Teach Me Some Greek! is their curriculum for learning Biblical Greek, also known as "koine" or common Greek. This is different from the modern greek.
There are eight levels on this program that progress from learning the Greek Alphabet (level 1) to translating short books in the New Testament (level 8).
I will focus on Level One since that's what we received. The workbook introduces the student to the entire Greek alphabet both written and sounds. Each lesson reviews previously learned material and presents it in a variety of ways. Matching, puzzles, dot to dot and flash cards bring variety to learning the 24 letters.
At the end of the workbook the student can read and write a simple scripture sentence in Greek.
I like that each lesson in the workbook was simply laid out and easy to follow along. An independent reader can do this workbook all on their own. The lessons are short. There is however a lot of handwriting involved as the student will be learning to write in Greek. The amount of writing might prove challenging to some younger children.
We also received a CD that includes a song to review the alphabet and sound bites for each letter. This is good for review and pronunciation.
Click here to see sample pages for Level 1.
The price for one workbook is $14.95 And the Pronunciation CD is $10.00. There are different priced packages for this program. Check out their online store for more information.
To read what other families in the Crew thought of Greek N Stuff curriculum check out the blog tour at the Homeschool Crew blog.
Disclaimer: I received this curriculum free of charge for the purpose of writing an honest review. No other compensation was received.