The Latin Student’s Book of Charts

As a Challenge director, I have a lot of parents and students asking me questions about Latin. Over a few years, I have taught several Latin crash courses in an effort to help directors, parents, and students gain a bigger picture understanding of the way Latin works. In that process, I created some Latin charts that have helped many students gain a big-picture view of the endings necessary in the Latin language.

Charts are included for Nouns, Personal Pronouns, Demonstrative Pronouns, and all Verb forms (Active Indicative, Passive, and Subjunctive). They are organized so that patterns are easy to recognize in both declensions and conjugations.

You can buy a copy of this little Chart Booklet at, and it will be in your mailbox in a few days.