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Exploring the Western Hemisphere Using Literature and Mnemonics

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ABCDEFG! Can you sing the rest of the ABC song? Of course you can. You probably
learned the song when you were four or five years old, and you remember it because it is set
to music. Music is one kind of MNEMONIC (nee MON’ ick) or memory aid.

Rhyme mnemonics also help us remember information.
Thirty days hath September
April, June, and November

Sentence mnemonics help beginning music students remember the order of the G-cleff
notes on sheet music.

E G B D F
Every Good Boy Does Fine

A single word can be a mnemonic. HOMES is often used to remember the names
of the Great Lakes.

H O M E S
H – uron O – ntario M – ichigan E – rie S – uperior

It’s time to put on your jogging clothes for a memory trip through the Western
Hemisphere: the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central and South America. Using stories,
rhymes, and mnemonics you can look forward to where you are going and remember where
you have been. Put on your Social Studies, Literature, and Mnemonics Hats! Off we go!

Sample Pages
mnemonics-centralamerica.pdf
mnemonics-canada.pdf
mnemonics-coolike.pdf
mnemonics-tableofcontents.pdf
mnemonics-commoncorestandards.pdf

1 review for Exploring the Western Hemisphere Using Literature and Mnemonics

  1. Library Bookwatch

    "Exploring the Western Hemisphere Using Literature and Mnemonics" is a spiral bound, nicely illustrated, 90 page introduction to using mnemonics as an educational study and information retention tool. Specifically designed for students studying the Western Hemisphere including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central and South America through the use of stories, rhymes, and mnemonics. A thoroughly ‘kid friendly’ consumable workbook, "Exploring the Western Hemisphere Using Literature and Mnemonics" is highly recommended as a classroom curriculum supplement and is appropriate for use by home schooling parents with their children.

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