Mnemonic Devices Worksheets To Print:
Types - This worksheet helps students understand each of the forms that exist and then asks them if they know an example of each.
Matching - Match each type of mnemonic to its description and then determine which is the best for you.
Active Exercise - Try to think of several different options. Play around with it until you come up with something memorable, and have fun!
Yeah, Well Know! - This is just an exercise on helping students remember position and order. Do not be critical on the Pluto issue.
Lists - Write the list you want
to remember in the left-hand column. Then try to think of two
mnemonics that will help you to remember your list.
Brainstorm Ideas - Could the first letters of each word form a name? What are
some easy to remember words that begin with the same letters as the words you
are trying to remember? Can you put them together into a sentence?
Spelling - Yes, these tools can help you become a better speller.
Rainbow - We walk you through the steps to remember the colors of the rainbow, in order.
Planners - Use only as
many rows as you need. Set up your planner as in the example that is provided.
Spelling Part 2 - We get to the next level with this one and put it in play.
Taxonomy - We go all in on science here and work on the order of living things.
Ask Yourself Progression - These are all the steps you are going to want to take to create these devices from scratch for yourself.