MemLok review can be done from any mobile device. First install MemLok on a your Windows computer. Then click "Mobile Upload" (It's a picture of a phone across the top) to send your review to your mobile device once a week.
Macintosh users have been successful using MemLok when going to Macworld.com and choosing one of the options they list.
You can get Virtual PC for Windows free if you're a student or educator (homeschool instructor is valid). You will have to interact with Support to get the software. It takes only a couple of days.
If the above options do not appeal to you, we recommend getting the MemLok Notebook.
(While supplies lasts, MemLok notebooks are discounted from $49 to $16.95 - NIV notebooks are gone.)
Yes. You can add or edit verses, pictures and topics too!
Yes. You can create memory cards of your own, and include whatever scripture text you like on the card. Here is an example of a memory card in Spanish.
All ages! Every age wants a hint to start the verse. The picture provides it. Mnemonics works! Yes, a seminary with 200 students and a high school with 600 students have proven it.
Absolutely! You can create any memory card you like that contains any scripture text, and any picture association you want. It's easy - below are two suggestions:
We've dedicated an entire web page to answer that! There are many Bible memory programs - some for free. We just believe MemLok is the best.
Absolutely! Most of AWANA'S verses are in MemLok. You can add the others for AWANA and Bible Bee from within MemLok by typing the reference (John 1) and you'll go directly to an Internet site. Copy. Return to MemLok. Paste! And, ANY translation or language. Plus, you gain DAILY accountability and application with MemLok.
The review system is what will help the most! Old verses continue to be reviewed from year to year. Yet, the daily review remains 5-10 minutes. You may change curricula. MemLok remains as a constant. Kids love the pictures. It puts a grin on their faces, uses both sides of the brain, and doubles retention. Ofter memorization is done but application get's left out. "Can you say your verse?" isn't enough. With MemLok, application is part of the process.