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How in the world will you memorize everything you need to know for your next geography test? Brian P. Cleary can help! He's made up acronyms, poems, riddles, songs, and more to help those tricky geography facts stick in your brain. And better yet, this book will give you ideas for how you can create your very own painless memory tricks. How in the world will you memorize everything you need to know for your next geography test? Brian P. Cleary can help! He's made up acronyms, poems, riddles, songs, and more to help those tricky geography facts stick in your brain. And better yet, this book will give you ideas for how you can create your very own painless memory tricks.


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How in the world will you memorize everything you need to know for your next geography test? Brian P. Cleary can help! He's made up acronyms, poems, riddles, songs, and more to help those tricky geography facts stick in your brain. And better yet, this book will give you ideas for how you can create your very own painless memory tricks. How in the world will you memorize everything you need to know for your next geography test? Brian P. Cleary can help! He's made up acronyms, poems, riddles, songs, and more to help those tricky geography facts stick in your brain. And better yet, this book will give you ideas for how you can create your very own painless memory tricks.

30 review for "super-Hungry Mice Eat Onions" and Other Painless Tricks for Memorizing Geography Facts

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Kotkin

    Text: 4 stars Illustrations: 4 stars Children's nonfiction book about geography facts. Also introduces mnemonic devices to help children remember the information. The first double-page spread explains mnemonics, with examples, and encourages kids to come up with memorable phrases/visuals/tricks of their own. About half of the book is devoted to the United States, while the second half of the book focuses on the larger world. Maps of the US and the world are included at the back of the book, along Text: 4 stars Illustrations: 4 stars Children's nonfiction book about geography facts. Also introduces mnemonic devices to help children remember the information. The first double-page spread explains mnemonics, with examples, and encourages kids to come up with memorable phrases/visuals/tricks of their own. About half of the book is devoted to the United States, while the second half of the book focuses on the larger world. Maps of the US and the world are included at the back of the book, along with a glossary, index, and some suggested further reading. Strong pictorial support for the concepts presented in the book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lorna

    The books in this series are cute and full of fun info, but some of the poems/songs/mnemonic devices seemed complex enough that it would be easier to actually memorize the fact.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dolly

    We really enjoy Brian P. Cleary's books. He makes learning fun, and this book teaches children a few different mnemonics to remember how to remember geography facts. I love that he recommends that children use their own memory devices, since a sentence or word you come up with yourself is easier for you to remember. This is the third book we've read in the Adventures in Memory series. It seems to be a bit more advanced than the books in the Words are CATegorical series. The narrative is consider We really enjoy Brian P. Cleary's books. He makes learning fun, and this book teaches children a few different mnemonics to remember how to remember geography facts. I love that he recommends that children use their own memory devices, since a sentence or word you come up with yourself is easier for you to remember. This is the third book we've read in the Adventures in Memory series. It seems to be a bit more advanced than the books in the Words are CATegorical series. The narrative is considerably longer and the concepts are a bit more sophisticated. Overall, we've really enjoyed reading nonfiction books like this. We will certainly look for more of them at our local library.

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