Meanwhile, if you are looking for alternative, interactive websites where students can find Latin quizzes and activities, Richard Popek has compiled a significant number of activities at the Quia website, specifically keyed to Cambridge:
Unit 1: http://www.quia.com/pages/4editionunit1clc.html
Unit 2: http://www.quia.com/pages/4editionunit2clc.html
Unit 3: http://www.quia.com/pages/4editionunit3clc.html
Unit 4: http://www.quia.com/pages/4editionunit4clc.html
Also check out these additional sites:
- Quia Shared Latin Activities You can search for activities based upon specific textbooks by doing a keyword search. Nearly 3000 activities have been created!!!
- Flashcard Exchange: Latin Also tagged for search, with many textbooks represented.
- Wheelock's Latin Exercises 40 chapters worth of activities from the University of Victoria
- Magic Words Based upon vocabulary from the Cambridge Latin Course. Similar to refrigerator magnets! Located at Andrew Wilson's Classics' Pages. Also try Wordsquare Challenge. If you spend some time looking through the thousands of pages at Andrew's site, you'll find lots of cool stuff!
- Minimus Games Some Flash games based upon Barbara Bell's Minimus!
- Laura Gibbs' Latin Crosswords and Roman Sudoko Laura has too many wonderful resources to mention here, so check her Daily Roundup.
- Kentucky Educational Television Ideas for games that can be played without a computer. (Imagine!)
- Latin Per Ludos Illustra More ideas for enjoying language, without a computer!
- Ology World Mythology games and activities based upon the popular "Ology" series of books.
- Transparent Language has a few online sampler games too.
- FlashDash Latin from Classical Academic Press
Find more at the Latinteach Quizzes and Games Resource page.