Like acronyms, you use the first letter of each word you are trying to remember. Instead of making a new word, though, you use the letters to make a sentence. Here are some examples:

Every Good Boy Deserves Fruit (EGBDF) for the notes on a line and FACE for the notes in the spaces


To assist in learning the order of mathematical operations, you could use the sentence My Dear Aunt Sally (Multiply, Divide, Add, Subtract)