Using a mind palace is a great way to remember things. The idea is to associate what needs to be remembered with strong visual images in a set location (spatial learning). Planting ABC in a Garden of Memory pins letters to funny images within a set environment, utilizing alliteration to drive home proper pronunciation, and an ABC rhyme for faster acoustic memorization of the alphabet based upon the usage of sound patterns and syllable repetition.
From ancient Greece, to Sherlock Holmes, and all of the memory masters in between, the mind palace has existed for centuries and is the perfect tool to help your child learn their ABCs.
Use Planting ABC in a Garden of Memory as a resource to help your child advance through their ABCs and onto beginning reading by combining historic and cutting-edge techniques of memory management which help to establish immediate associations that shift learning from short term to long term memory.
Have fun planting your ABCs in a garden of memory!