There have been 45 U.S. presidents. That’s a lot! But do you know what there aren’t a lot of? People who have memorized all the presidents of the United States! But if you like U.S. presidents facts and want to be one of the few people who have memorized each and every U.S. president, there’s an easy way to make that happen.
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Have you ever wanted to memorize all the U.S. presidents? Does it seem too hard? It stands to reason. For starting with Washington and learning the others by rote memorization won’t wash. And it isn’t a ton of fun either. But there’s a better way! In YOU CAN MEMORIZE ALL THE U.S. PRESIDENTS
, a fun poem has all forty-five U.S. presidents. And it rhymes to boot! Along with the poem, there are fun quizzes as well. So if you’ve been hard pressed to make a dent in memorizing all the U.S. presidents, don’t veto this chance to fill the bill!
Here’s how it begins:Imagine names inside a mix!We’ll add them one by one.Repeat this rhyme until it sticks!You’re bound to have some fun.Let’s learn the presidents! OK?Begin with WASHINGTON!And add in ADAMS right awayAlong with JEFFERSON!
As you can see, the fun poem’s rhymes and rhythms help the memorization process. Here’s how it continues:Then mix in MADISON, MONROE,—He’s five—and ADAMS too!Just pack in JACKSON! Way to go!And move VAN BUREN through!
And here’s some more:Here’s HARRISON. There’s TYLER, ten.Put POLK in next! Why not?Toss TAYLOR in when I say when!Make FILLMORE fill a spot!
What’s neat about the poem is that, even if you aren’t inclined to memorize the whole thing, you’ll find it easy to learn just parts of it. And because it combines brevity and whimsicality, the poem makes learning fast and fun.
But that’s not all. There are five practice poems that leave out the presidents’ names. Do you remember the right answers to the beginning of the poem?Let’s learn the presidents! OK?Begin with __________!And add in __________ right awayAlong with __________!
There are two quizzes in the book too. The first one will help you remember the presidents in numerical order. Do you remember the right answer?5. Who is the 5th president?(a) John Quincy Adams(b) James Monroe(c) Andrew Jackson(d) Martin Van Buren
Well, now it’s up to you:
- Do you like to learn about U.S. history?
- Do you like to learn about the U.S. presidents?
- Do you want to memorize all 45 U.S. presidents?
- Do you like fun poetry?
If so, then YOU CAN MEMORIZE ALL THE U.S. PRESIDENTS
is for you!