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Memorizing – Trains the Brain to Retain

15 February, 2012

This title reminds me of a  line from a song in My Fair Lady, “The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain.”  We may ...
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Categories: Memory & Learning

What about those “Shakers & Movers?” (Kinesthetic Learners)

28 December, 2011

Yes, Kinesthetic Learners are the "shakers & movers!" They only make up about 5% of the population, but since their style of learning doesn't ...
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Memorize the Countries of the World by Drawing

11 November, 2011

I recently found the most amazing book Mapping the World by Heart by David J. Smith, that teaches students (5th grade through college) how to ...
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Memorize the 7 Continents with Easy Memory Tip

4 August, 2011

It’s easy to remember a list of things if you have a plan. Let’s say we want to remember the 7 continents in the world: ...
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Memorizing States & Capitals is Fun!

26 July, 2011

Making it Fun for Kids to Learn I just received the nicest comment about “Let’s Memorize States & Capitals” cards. This is why I love ...
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Thousands of Children’s books – Free!

26 April, 2011

Preschoolers have an amazing ability to memorize rhymes. There are many reasons to encourage this activity. Neural pathways are forming in the brain and in ...
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Sudoku Math to Stimulate Young Brains

23 February, 2011

Kindergarten Sudoku I just came across a book that I think is a brilliant idea – Kindergarten Sudoku by Peter Kattan.  I’ve been studying the ...
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Improve Math Scores in 30 Days!

22 February, 2010

Wow!  That’s a bold claim!  But it’s true.  There are two math subject areas that MUST be memorized or children will suffer all of their ...
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Silly Stories Stave-off Memory Loss

30 November, 2009

I always thought everyone used memory techniques to remember things.  Not so! This simple little memory trick to remember a list of things works like ...
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Let those “talkers” talk! (Audio Learners)

15 November, 2009

Audio learners are usually talkers. In order to remember information, they need to talk about it and hear what they say. This is why learning ...
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Categories: Memory & Learning
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