M = My
E = Everyday
M = Memory
O = Often
R = Refuses to
Y = Yield Information
Does this definition of MEMORY sound familiar? Do you forget why you walked into a room? Where you left your car keys? A neighbor or friend’s name?
Memory is a major concern for many people. It doesn’t matter if you are 8 or 80; we all need memory training to keep our brain sharp. Visual and auditory memory is the backbone of school and career advancement. Dr. Mary Meeker recognized this deficiency back in 1977 when she designed and published the Memory Handbooks I & II.
Today we have incorporated those two brain training exercise books into one: the SOI Memory Handbook. It works to improve all areas of memory, including: figural, spatial, place, symbolic, and verbal. Using this handbook will increase your ability to recall information and retain details for extended periods of time. Let SOI give you the means to stretch your brain.
This 110-page workbook consists of a variety of different study and test pages. It is completely self-contained so that it can be worked on independently. This is a more difficult memory training product, so we recommend it be used for upper elementary grades and above.