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Memory Joggers

About Memory Joggers
Donnalyn Yates, retired elementary school teacher is the CEO of Memory Joggers. She has a Masters degree in Education from Claremont Graduate University. She is a popular speaker at teacher conventions and serves as an educational consultant. Her learning systems include:Multiplication & Division Learning SystemAddition & Subtraction Learning SystemMemorizing States & Capitals Learning SystemMemory Tips for Math Book for K-5 MathKid's Writing Journal - Writing Prompts to Stimulate the ImaginationThought for the Day Teacher's Edition - 365 Writing Prompts to Challenge Students to

Product Reviews

47 Reviews
47 Reviews

    Wow!!! I'm impressed!
    Jun 20, 2017

    My 10 year old son has struggled significantly with math for the past three years and has recently been diagnosed as learning disabled in math. We have tried everything to help him in learning his multiplication/division facts....just everything the WRONG way for him. I tried these and within two weeks, he's remembered more than I ever thought he would be able to. Soooo happy!

    Danielle S - Member Since May 2017
    Love it!
    May 12, 2017

    This made learning the capitals so easy! My girls loved it!

    Shelley P - Member Since April 2017
    Great book
    Apr 26, 2017

    This book is wonderful! It covers all math skills for multiple grades!! All my kids will get use out of this book.

    Bethany H - Parent - Member Since January 2016
    Wow! It worked!!
    Apr 24, 2017

    This is the first Memory Joggers system we have ever used. My 9 1/2 yr old son has dyslexia and I thought we were never going to be able to master our math facts. HE LOVES the stories and they work for him! I can see him remember the pictures in his head and he can answer the fact questions: 3x4, etc immediately! Thank you for Memory Joggers for giving this home school mom the answer to help her son!!

    L C - Member Since July 2014
    Great tool!
    Apr 17, 2017

    I really like these for remembering the multiplication and division stories but I do wish they were rhymes like the addition and subtraction ones. Maybe those will come out in the future?

    Celena M - Seller on Educents - Member Since November 2013

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