This right brain education exercise is sometimes known as "Linking Memory Flash Cards", or "Linking Memory Story" is practised by the Shichida Method and Heguru Method. This memory method is used to remember the chain of items like "things to do", your list of groceries and so on.
These memory exercises are used in right brain schools where kids are taught to remember.
How is Linking Memory Method used?
Linking Memory flash cards are used to help your child improve their memory by linking things up. You can tell a story and link things up in order. Usually, it does not have a logical story.
For example, You can create a "linking story" to remember an address or a car registration number.
In right brain schools, students are taught to visualize and memorize using this memory game.
To discover more about other right brain exercises like Peg Memory, Mandala, and others using the Right Brain Education Method (Shichida or Heguru Method), click here.