Learn Anything


The Learn Anything Total Success Memory Game is designed to boost your ability to learn and remember. It puts into play powerful learning and memory principles in a fun and interesting way. It can be used to learn and remember whatever you determine is important to you. Players of different ages and achievement levels can play the game together with each player having his own challenge memory game board.

The playing board is composed of association pictures from one to 20. The first ten pictures rhyme with the numbers 1 10. The pictures from 11 20 were selected for a variety of other reasons. The pictures become your pegs or filing system to help you memorize new information. Beside the pictures in the spaces provided write the items you want to remember. For number one, which has the sun as the picture, write what you want to remember in the space to the right and then associate what you wrote with the sun. For example, if you are trying to learn and remember the Bill of Rights, then for number one you might write Freedom of Religion & Speech. Then in your mind you might visually associate that with the sun. The sun might be in a courtroom with everything melting because its so hot saying, I am free to worship and say what I want as long as I dont hurt others. Another possibility would be the sun walking into a church. Your list can be anywhere from 1 to 20. You dont need to use all the squares.  You might decide on 8 or 12 or 15. The game is played the same; the length only is changed.
Try to organize your list in ways that could help you remember. You could group them in any way that makes sense to you or is logical or uses a mnemonic like having the first letter of each item make up a word or sentence. You might want to review the memory principles found in the Memory Principles Total Success Memory Game.
How the Game is Played
Use 3 dice.  Decide if you want to play alone or with others.  If with others, do you want to play as a single team or as separate players in competition with each other?  It is up to you.
Roll the three dice.  Using any combination of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division you need to come up with a one in order to place your marker on the first square.  If you are playing alone and are unsuccessful, simply roll again.  If playing in competition, the other player gets a turn before you get another chance.  You move from one square to the next by coming up with the right number for that square. Review the information as you reach each square and associate it with the picture.  Anytime you roll a double (2 dice the same) you are challenged to recall correctly all the squares up to and including the square you are on.  It does not have to be a complete explanation.  A key word will do.  If unsuccessful, player must move back a square. If you roll a triple (3 dice the same) you have to go back to the start if you are unable to name all the principles up to the square you are on.

Game continues until one of the players or teams wins by reaching the last square and takes a victory lap by successfully recalling all the squares correctly.