Memory Block Puzzle (set of 24)

Hear it. Write it down. REMEMBER it!

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Encourage learners to synthesize and remember what they learned in training by writing out key points immediately. These Memory Blocks are an imaginative, fun way to promote ownership of learning and increase retention.

Set of 24 ready-to make, foam puzzles in assortment of 6 colors: purple, orange, red, blue, green and yellow. Each finished puzzle is approx. a 3" cube.

One side pre-printed with: "These are YOUR memories. You've experienced brand new thinking and tried new ways of doing things. You've stretched your mind, challenged your thinking. WRITE DOWN WHAT YOU LEARNED. PUZZLE OVER IT. Recall key points & keep it fresh."

Remaining 5 sides are left blank for student's personal memories. Pen- and marker-friendly.


Download puzzle key here for assembling the cube!

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  • 5
    It was a hit!

    Posted by Janine on Sep 22nd 2017

    This is universally enjoyed by participants. The only real "challenge" is for some who may find puzzles a little more time consuming...but this only encourages assistance for more 'puzzle-prone' teammates.

  • 4
    The Trainees Loved These Cubes!

    Posted by Karen on Jul 17th 2015

    We bought these cubes for our live training class, and asked the trainees to write their "little nuggets of wisdom" on the cubes. Most took separate notes and then wrote on the cubes after the training ended. We've gotten quite a bit of postitive feedback from the trainees about the reminders they've created. The only drawback for me is that the sides are not cut the same, and therefore took a while to figure out how to put them together. As I don't like wasting our associate's time, I would have prefered a simple interlocking setup that would work for every side.

  • 5
    memory block puzzle

    Posted by Nancy on Dec 20th 2014

    I use these puzzles for developing problem-solving in children. For motivation, I let them sign the puzzle when they complete it. I challenge them to complete it again, inside out, and to then add a star beside their name. Service and delivery were excellent.