Right Brain Practice – Peg Memory and Linking Memory

 In Heguru class, there are two types of link memory activities – Peg Memory and Linking Memory. What is Peg Memory? Peg Memory is another important right brain activity that helps to develop the memory. You may already be familiar with Peg Memory as it is a common system used to help recall lists of items. If not,Continue reading “Right Brain Practice – Peg Memory and Linking Memory”

Right Brain Education: Linking Memory Game

A reader recently enquired where she could obtain more linking memory exercises. While surfing one day, I stumbled across a pretty cool game online called the Shopping List Memory Game (it’s free!) which can be used in a similar way to the linking memory exercise. In the game, you are given a list of itemsContinue reading “Right Brain Education: Linking Memory Game”

Flashcards: Linking Memory – Part 2

This is the second series of cards for the sequential linking memory activity.  These are the cards from 101 to 200. How it works: Flash the cards and read the story. Repeat the process but say what the card is before turning it over. You can either tell the story from memory or just nameContinue reading “Flashcards: Linking Memory – Part 2”

Flashcards: Linking Memory – Part 1

As mentioned in my previous post, this is the first series of cards for the sequential linking memory activity.  There are 100 cards in this series. How it works: Flash the cards and read the story. Repeat the process but say what the card is before turning it over. You can either tell the storyContinue reading “Flashcards: Linking Memory – Part 1”