Mnemonics can be defined as "a technique of improving the efficiency of the
memory".
It sometimes means "a system to develop or improve the memory",
implying a specific set of routines to achieve this improvement, but the first
and wider definition is the one used here.

How to memorize?

Have act out a multiplication fact story.

Draw a multiplication fact story picture with glue, and then sprinkle colored
glitter on it.

Use colored pencils to illustrate a multiplication fact story.

Use crayons to illustrate a multiplication fact story.

Use finger paints to illustrate a multiplication fact story.

Have draw the characters from a multiplication fact story on a deflated
balloon with fine point permanent markers. b

Have the students design a banner for each multiplication fact. Each banner
should include the fact and the picture. Display them around the room.

Have compile the artwork or fact charts into a multiplication fact book.

Have sculpt clay models of the objects and characters used to remember a
multiplication fact story.

Have color the multiplication coloring pages and organize them into a coloring
book.

Use graph paper to design a cross number puzzle using the multiplication
facts. (A cross number puzzle is a crossword puzzle with numbers instead of
words.) b

Have use chalk to illustrate a multiplication fact story.

Design a mobile using the pictures from the multiplication fact stories.

Divide a large bulletin board into many smaller bulletin boards. As you
add new multiplication facts, display the students’ drawings on the sections
of the bulletin board.

Create a giant mural of the multiplication fact stories.

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