Memorization Hint…

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The human mind remembers best the first and last things it encounters. This is why telephone numbers and social security numbers are hyphenated. When studying with your child, sometimes it helps to break the sessions into small sets of information, so there are more beginnings and ends. If you have 20 vocabulary words, for example, study the first five after school, the second set right before dinner, the third set after dinner, and the last before bed.

Like this hint? Then you need to check out Memory Training for Students? For those of you that got the program, don’t you love it? Write and tell me how it’s going for you! If you missed my plug last week…Memory Training for Students teaches very powerful techniques to solve the problem of memorizing the information students need to know. It’s great for school, and it’s great for life. (Yes, I’ve used the stuff!) If you and your child have reviewed information over and over, only to have it disappear at test time or shortly thereafter, you need Memory Training. The program is an instant download of a set of five audio .mp3’s and a workbook. They are fun to listen to, and easy to follow. Go check it out now, and then forward this newsletter to others – your child’s teacher, your best friend, your family…

 

About Kayla

Kayla Fay is a freelance writer and the mother of four boys, three of whom have been formally diagnosed with the inattentive type of ADHD. When she started “Who Put the Ketchup in the Medicine Cabinet?” in 2002, her sons were ages 8 through 14, when her life was a “progression of dirty laundry, lost homework, misunderstood Algebra, and a whole lot of love and fun”.

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