Here's my third set of games to improve memory skills.
On each set, you'll simply study a list of words for a set amount of time, and then answer some very specific questions about the word list. Simple-to-follow directions and four new word lists are included here.
Begin by downloading these printable instructions which explain the simple process used in these brain training games.
When you've completed those, be sure to try the new List Twists (9 -12) found here.
You'll study lists about birds, articles of clothing, colors and some "random" words.
Chances are good that you'll already be familiar with most of the words on all of these lists. But how quickly can you learn them all, and remember them, especially when asked specific questions about them? Try all of the lists and find out!
Use these links for the four new memory quizzes:
Remember to look for connections between words on the list. Find links to help you remember both the words and their correct order.
(Trust me, I've arranged at least a few of the words in each list in ways that should be helpful.)
Above all, be sure to have fun while you play these simple little games. Ask friends and family members to write more word lists and quizzes so you can keep improving your memory. AND, be sure to direct them here so they can play along, too.
Word Wall 1 - Are you looking for a slightly easier challenge? Try our first wall. It also has 25 words, but we only give you 1 minute to study them. Try it to see if you think it's really easier...!
Word Wall 2 - Are you ready for a more difficult challenge? This time you'll get two minutes to study the word wall...and you will need it!
Memory Mayhem - This is great party game for adults and teens. Find out who has the best memory with this fun, flexible game.
Get the Picture? - A simple memory game, based on a set of twelve pictures. It's great for younger kids and can be played two different ways.
The Big Picture - A more difficult kids' memory game, similar to the one above, but with LOTS more pictures. It's great for older kids, and even adults.