Word Spaghetti

Thanks for checking out the blog this week. I’m loving the questions, so keep them coming. I’ll be back on Monday with a new set of questions to explore and probably some fun random stuff that happens this weekend. Whether you are finishing up your spring break or just excited that it’s FRIDAY, I hope you have a fantastic day!

On the menu: Spaghetti.

Spaghetti from Ginger Ciminello on Vimeo.

If YOU have any other suggestions for some great memorization tools – feel free to add them in the comment section!


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  • Really like the rubber band idea. I am a note card girl myself. When I was younger I used to make up songs while doing jumping jacks. Who knows why. :)

  • Memorization comes naturally for me in some things and not so much in others. If Bible verses were movie quotes, I just MIGHT have memorized the whole New Testament by now. I wonder why it’s easy for me to memorize lines in a movie (literally, I hear them once and they are stuck in my noggin), but reading or even listening to Scripture doesn’t do the trick.

    One thing I remember Joe White (president of Kanakuk Kamps in Missouri) saying about repetition is that if you read something 120 times, you will have it memorized. I heard that his kids could get a car when they turned 16 after they memorized three BOOKS of the Bible.

    Such a great and undervalued (by me at least) discipline! Thanks for the encouragement, Ginger… and I think I might just have to try that rubber band thing.

    • Anonymous

      Thanks for responding, Joe! I remember watching a camp director recite the entire book of James one summer – it made God’s Word come alive. I think this is an area we could all improve in. I hope the rubber band helps!