NO agency fee for parents/students. Free & unlimited replacement service. Satisfaction guaranteed
search tutor on on9class
SUBJECTS

Tips to help your child memorize


It is important that you work hard to improve your child's memory early on in their life. In this article, I want to take a little look at ten of the best ways to improve your child's ability to memorize. Remember, not only is this going to improve your child early on in their life, but it will also work wonders for when they need to learn for the bigger exams later on in their life.

 

1. Music

 

One of the best ways to help your child's ability to memorize is to put whatever they need to learn to music. The rhythm pattern of the music helps to drill in what needs to be remembered much more effectively, and for me this is one of the 'top' ways to help a child memorize.

 

2. Memory Games

 

Says something out loud to your child, and then ask them to repeat it. Each time they get it correct, add a couple of words into the mix. Always repeating the same thing, just with more words. Eventually your child will be able to remember a substantial amount of what your recite to them.

 

3. Use different voices when repeating

 

This helps to add a bit of excitement into the mix, and it helps keep children hooked on what they need to be learning. It also associates memories with the various voices, which makes them easier to recall.

 

4. Erase the Phrase on a board

 

This is a fun little game. Writ4e the whole fact on a board, and then ask your child to repeat this fact. Once they have done it correctly, erase a word and ask them to repeat again. Keep going until all of the words on the board have been completely erased. Hopefully your child will be able to recite all of it.

 

5. Acronyms

 

You probably used this method to memorize facts when you were younger too. Basically, you take the first letter of everything. If children remember the first letter of everything, then it is likely that they will be able to remember the whole lot. This works for ordered lists mainly. If you are an adult trying to improve your memory, then this also works!

 

6. Practise Often!

 

If you don't review material that you have learned then it will end up disappearing. So try to review things as often as possible. Many experts suggest that the best time to review is before they go to sleep, there is something about sleep which helps to memory sink in much more effectively.

 

7. Acrostics

 

This is similar to an acronym, although this time you are going to be using the first letter of each word to make a funny sentence which is easy to remember. For example, and I used to use this acronym a lot, when I was younger I referred to the directions on the compass as Naughty Elephants Spray Water, Or North, East, South, West. This works particularly well with ordered lists.

 

8. Break it Up

 

If your child needs to remember things then split it down into manageable chunks. It makes everything much easier to learn. Once they have mastered the first concept, then you can build upon the knowledge that they have. This is a technique which gets used in schools quite often.

 

9. Use all of your child's senses

 

Remember, children learn in vastly different ways so don't forget to utilise all of their senses. They will be able to recall so much more than if they were fed information just by talking to them. Show them things, maybe get them moving about and doing things. Basically, just get them interacting with information in a variety of different ways, it helps!

 

10. Repetition

 

This may not be the most exciting way to remember, but it is particularly effective. Just keep reciting information over and over again. It makes it much easier to recall it in the future.

 

The above article is written by Native English Tutor Wonderland. No copyright infringement is allowed. Please respect copyright and show the URL and source of the article if you want to make use of the above article. Thanks

I am looking for English tutor.

I am looking for Mandarin tutor.

I am looking for French tutor.

I am looking for Spanish tutor.

I am looking for German tutor.

I am looking for Italian tutor.

I am looking for Korean tutor.

I am looking for Japanese tutor.



english tutor,english teacher, native english tutor,native english teacher,native speaker,native teacher,native tutor,english speaker,english speaking,learn english,private english tutor,net teacher,english speaking,外籍導師,外籍老師,英文老師,英語老師,英語會話,英文會話,學英文,補英文,英文補習 english tutor,english teacher,private english tutor,private english teacher,english speaker,net tutor,net teacher,english tutoring,native english tutor,native english teacher,private tutor,private teacher,native speaker,native english speaker,english speaking,learn english,learning english,english phonics,english playgroup,business english,外籍導師,外籍老師,外籍英文老師,外籍英語老師,西人英語,學英文,學英語,英文會話,英語會話,補習英文,補英文,英文老師,英語老師,英語導師