Year 2 Memory Work Guide Only [Digital Download]


The Fabulous Printable PDF Guide for Musical Memory Year 2

This printable guide makes following along with Year 2 memory work songs so simple.

The 46 page guide has everything you need including games, tracking charts, weekly memory work text, and more. Just download, print, and pop it all in a binder. You’ll be set for the entire year! 

Designed for families with students in the grammar stage (4-11 years old).

This printable guide is meant to be used in conjunction with our Year 2 Memory Work CDs. You do not need to purchase this printable guide if you already have this Complete Year 2 Program already.


  1. MATH – 33 fundamentals of math including skip counting up to 12s, basic geometry formulas, the essential properties, measurement equivalents and more.
  2. SCIENCE – Year 2 includes foundational concepts from Physics, Chemistry, and Human Anatomy. Learn helpful definitions & fascinating facts that inspire kids to ask big questions about the world around them & the way God made them. (Each yearly album includes different science topics, so by the end of 3 years, your child will have covered a wide variety!)
  3. ENGLISH GRAMMAR – English is such a rich, vast language. In Year 2, your child will master the fundamentals of English verbs. By the end of 3 years, your child will have learned the basics of all 8 parts of speech and be prepared for a deeper, practical study of English.
  4. BIBLE – We encourage families to memorize longer passages of scripture each school year. This Year 2 Album includes songs for Isaiah 53:2-6 (Old Testament Jesus), John 1:1-5, 9-14 (New Testament Jesus), 1 Corinthians. 13: 4-8, Philippians 4:4-8, and Matthew 6:6-13.
  5. LATIN – Being exposed to the basics of Latin first makes studying the language so much easier later. If you plan to take your older child through First Form Latin, Visual Latin, Latin Alive! or another popular Latin curriculum, these songs will more than prepare your child. Trust me, they’ll thank you later! Year 1 covers noun cases, verb conjugations,  the Sanctus & Benedictus, and the to be verb, Sum. 


  • Everything pictured as a digital download. 
  • Pdf Printable Guide – The weekly guide is ready to print & go. It includes…
  • Weekly Grid – the song text for all 90 songs, organized in a weekly grid layout. This is the bulk of the guide & parents are loving it so far.
  • Teaching tips – memory work can be a family subject that is done all together. This guide includes some ideas for making it work.
  • Review games – low or no prep games to make reviewing your memory work fun! 
  • Tracking sheets – if that’s your thing. If not, no worries. Just play the weekly songs & skip the checkboxy charts.
  • Subject overview sheets – great for older students or review days! 


When should I start playing the songs? Young children have an amazing ability to memorize! We recommend playing these songs for children as young as 3-6 years old, but just for fun! Don’t expect mastery or understanding at this age. Children who internalize the text will later develop deep understanding as they begin to apply the principles they memorized at a younger age. Older children can also use the songs to help memorize & cement concepts they may be working on in their studies. You can learn more about why & how memory work increases critical thinking here. 

Is this a complete curriculum? Musical Memory is intended as a supplement to curriculum for individual families and larger homeschooling communities. You can use the science songs in coordination with a unit study, but you don’t need to perfectly coordinate your curriculum to the songs. You can listen to and learn the songs while still going about your normal studies. Then sit back and watch as your kids start to ask questions inspired by the songs & make deep connections between the songs and what they read in books. 

How many years are in the program? There are 3 years total that cover a vast amount of elementary education fundamentals across all 5 subject areas. We recommend listening to the songs at least twice through from ages 4-11. Sample plan: 

  • Kinder- Year 1
  • 1st – Year 2
  • 2nd – Year 3 
  • 3rd – Repeat Year 1 (you will be amazed how much your child remembers even 3 years later… The second listen is when the concepts really start to stick & the child is old enough to ask interesting questions inspired by the songs!) 
  • 4th – Repeat Year 2
  • 5th – Repeat Year 3 

Does it matter what year you start on? Nope! If your kindergartener is starting in Year 2, the yearly memory work will just cycle through in a different order…. Year 2, Year 3, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 1. The child will still hear all the memory work twice before moving to middle school. 

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This is a digital product. Nothing physical will ship. It is intended for use in 1 family. 

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