I have found that using homeschool mnemonics, particularly visual mnemonics is something that can really help my children learn and remember. I even have a page about some ways we have used them!
There are a lot of resources around that can make learning fun and easy using this great method of memory recall - and I have compiled a list for you!
For a good general book for young learners, we liked I before E (except after C). It covers all kinds of acronyms, acrostics and rhymes for lots of different topics.
I have moved these to my maths page.
The top 20 misspelled words with mnemonics.
Funwithwords have got several mnemonic ideas.
More spelling mnemonics here.
TES have some free Mnemonic posters - you have to sign up to download them.
TreeTopDisplays have 9 A4 sheets available to download (low cost)
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