Introducing: Memory Work Made Easy

Author: Candace Crabtree

I'm Candace and I'm grateful you're here. It is my heart's desire to encourage you while you're visiting and remind your heart of the truths of God's Word and the power of HIs love to transform lives. Great is His faithfulness! {Note: this blog does use affiliate links.}

41 thoughts on “Introducing: Memory Work Made Easy”

  1. This is so beautiful, I love this idea! We certainly need to spend more time learning hymns, and I never have time for hymn study, but playing it in the morning during breakfast prep is a perfect idea!

  2. Really like this idea as we use Charlotte Mason’s methods and I do not have time to make nice printables for our memorywork.

  3. Thanks, we are always looking for fresh ways to do copywork, memorization and sometimes songs. Like your suggestion for listening to different arrangement of the songs.

    1. Hi Gillian! We have done memory work and poetry for years, but never in this organized fashion. I will likely continue to REVIEW all of these above poems/scriptures, but we will learn new ones as we go along too. 🙂

  4. This is wonderful! You are so generous to share all your hard work. I discovered your blog a few weeks ago when we were learning about George Washington Carver, and stumbled upon it again today when searching for Project Life inspiration! 🙂 Fun!

  5. Thank you so much for this! I haven’t done very good with our memory work the last few years so I am hoping this will help us get back on track.

  6. This has been such a wonderful resource for us! I haven’t read all the comments to see if it’s been mentioned, but I wanted to let you know – your version of End of Summer here is missing a few lines…
    Should be:
    The little songs of summer are all gone today.
    The little insect instruments are all packed away:
    The bumblebee’s snare drum, the grasshopper’s guitar,
    The katydid’s castanets — I wonder where they are.
    The bullfrog’s banjo, the cricket’s violin,
    The dragonfly’s cello have ceased their merry din.
    Oh, where is the orchestra? From harpist down to drummer
    They’ve all disappeared with the passing of summer.

    Thank you so much for a great resource to work with!!! 🙂

  7. Thank you for making this available!! This is something I’ve kind of always thought of doing but haven’t ever taken the time. This is a beautiful compilation of memory work! I just printed off 7 copies of every page to make memory binders for each of my kids and we’re going to start using them this month.

  8. Thank you so much! I love using memory work while the kids’ brains are still sponges. 🙂 The designs make them so nice to hang in our school room. Blessings!!

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  13. Thank you for creating this resource. It is so easy to use and I love your choices of scripture passages. The addition of monthly poetry passages and hymns is just the extension that some of my grade two students need. I use this in my classroom; my classroom parents and students are loving it!

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