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How to Teach Something Using a Song

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Memorization of facts is easiest to a song or rhythm because music provides structure for the brain with its predictable patterns of rhythms and placement of words. If you want to use this powerful mnemonic device to assist your children with their memory work, here are some tips on how to teach something for memory … Read more How to Teach Something Using a Song

How to Memorize Something Using a Song

How to memorize something using a song

Do you need help with how to memorize something? Memorizing to a song or rhythm is effective and engaging because music has structure of melody and rhythm to make it a powerful mnemonic device. Tips on How to Memorize Something Aurally Using a Song Let’s use “America the Beautiful” as an example. 1. Listen to … Read more How to Memorize Something Using a Song

The Best Way to Memorize Something is to a Song

How to Memorize Something

Do you remember learning your ABCs? It was with a song! While some may view memorization as a painful chore, it can be fun and easy if you memorize everything to a song! In fact, the best way to memorize something is to a song. Here are five reasons to memorizing everything to a song … Read more The Best Way to Memorize Something is to a Song

Memorization: Why It Is Important and How It Is Mentally Liberating

Image of a man looking at a board of information and working on memorization.

Memorization gets a bad name these days in educational circles (especially those related to the government schools.)  Certainly, rote memorization may not make sense if we think that the information will not be used later on, but what is the brain for? To think! In order to think, one must memorize, review, and build on … Read more Memorization: Why It Is Important and How It Is Mentally Liberating