HS 179: Memory Work from a Mom’s Perspective with Amy Sloan
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Today on the podcast I am joined by Amy Sloan from humilityanddoxology.com and mom of five kids ages 4 to 14. For about the past five years Amy has made memory work a central part of her homeschool day.
In this episode Amy and I discuss how to be consistent with memory work, how you find great pieces to memorize, and practical ways you can make this happen in your home.
We also chat about the debate between memorizing facts versus spending your time memorizing other worthy passages, how to make it work for multiple ages, and even how to deal with attitudes if they arise.
Links and resources from today’s show:
- SPONSOR: Samaritan’s Purse: Operation Christmas Child
- SPONSOR: The Daily Poem
- Amy’s website, Humility and Doxology
- Amy on Instagram, @humilityanddoxology
- Humility And Doxology Facebook Page
- 12 Poems Every Child and Adult Should Memorize and Know By Heart
- A Year of Memory Work
- The Ultimate Guide to Memory Work
- 100 Things to Memorize: Memory Work for Homeschool
- YMB #24 A New/Old Look at Memory Work: A Conversation with Kevin Vost
- Holy Sonnets: Death, be not proud by John Donne
- My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson
- Celery Poem by Ogden Nash
- Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll
- In Flanders Fields by John McCrae
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