We have been doing scripture memory for a number of years, but only just now have I gotten around to setting up a scripture memory box (the way Sonia explains it on Youtube). The other day as we were reviewing Spanish phrases learned and in the process of learning a new one, I thought, “Hey! Why couldn’t I set up a Spanish phrases memory box the same way?”. It’s essentially the same idea as the scripture memory box, so I am going to try it out. I am sure I’m not the first to think of this, so any of you fellow homeschool moms who have tried this, please chime in and let me know how it worked/is working (or isn’t) for you.kalliomaaParticipant
We started using Speaking French with Miss Mason and Francois last year and I started another memory box. Since we review French Tues, Thurs, Fri, I only put cards behind those days of the week (and we still use the Daily/Odd/Even/Days of the month). Since we’re only on lesson 5, I broke down some lessons into single sentences while we were learning them —lesson 4 for us was very, very long (I think 10 sentences). Now that we’ve learned lesson 4, I put 1/2 of the sentences on one card and 1/2 on a separate card. Otherwise, the first few lessons were short and we do them all as a unit. This is such an excellent way to use the memory box!kendraParticipant
Thank you for sharing!RamonaCParticipant
I love the scripture memory cards that I downloaded and am wondering how I can get the format to make my own cards with other verses we learned last year that are not included in the downloads. We would love to make Spanish Scripture cards too!
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