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If you are interested in memorising passages from the bible as well as poems and other text then go to our sister site

You probably appreciate the importance of memorising but just knowing that doesn’t make it easy! It remains very challenging and an outer priority for most of us with busy lives and endless alternative activities.

Memory is like a muscle. It requires regular exercise but also a training strategy.

For many years I was frustrated at my inability to make verses or poems stick. So I began looking into memory techniques particularly hanging verses on journeying pegs.

Now, I find capturing words and fixing them in imaginative and fun ways a rewarding daily exercise. You create a mental library or film studio that you can access at any time.

So to help anyone out there who wants some ideas, tools, encouragement …..this site will provide regular updates with memory goals as well as strategies and resources to make learning words possible. The more you practice the quicker you will get.

The site will grow in posts and resources over the year. You can look at ‘live’ blog updates with passages and ideas but also go to the ‘monthly schedule’ with a programme you can jump on board.

I will often be uploading hand written material sometimes in simple note form. My priority is not to spend hours designing documents but to share regular ideas and suggestions that I am currently working at .

We are all different in the way we learn things. Perhaps this site will help spark your own imagination and strategies. In the long term this will give you greater success.

On the site bible book study files are uploaded too if that interests you. Just for fun my series on Draw the World is also available here.

Published by Poffley Education Resources

Christopher and Rebekka Poffley have been working as musicians, as performers and in education for many years. They have worked in schools and in the home education world. Here they share some of their experience and resources.

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