My kids wanted house points this year and so have them. Each their own house, they enjoy gaining points by answering review questions correctly, and occasionally they lose points for not having chores done on time, or for distracting a fellow student. The ones most often to lose points are the 6 year old and the 10 year old. They know each other's buttons and love to push them. The newly turned 6 year old does not like to be referred to as little or young.
We were reading together from Capitulum I, Lectio II:
Me: "Nilus fluvius magnus est." At magnus I opened my arms wide to indicate large. "Tiberis non est fluvius magnus, Tiberis fluvius parvus est." At parvus I indicated small with my fingers.
10 year old to 6 year old: "Hey, you're parvus!"
6 year old to 10 year old: "I am not! You're parvus."
I was about to deduct points from both houses when I realized, "They're insulting each other in Latin!"
Each house was awarded 3 points.