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The Sententiae Pueriles is a book that was in regular use for centuries. The text was composed by Leonhard Culmann and published in 1498. Various editions followed, notably one by Charles Hoole in the 1700's. Hoole was,a prolific publisher of children's books for learning Latin.
John Stirling's edition is particularly useful, and is superior to all the other editions of this book, It is available here read in English. While you listen to me read, you will follow along in the Latin, either out loud, or by silently reading along.
You will be pleasantly surprised by the effectiveness of this method. One block to progress in language learning is anxiety - this method removes that aspect almost entirely.
These type of materials are also useful for days when you cannot muster the willpower for more demanding studying.