Here’s a method I came up with for learning Morse code easily.
All you need to do is become familiar with 26 “Morse code words”, each starting with a different letter of the alphabet:
Xraay (note - double a)
These could be linked together in a story, or just learned by repetition.
Now, to get the Morse code for a particular letter, take the word beginning with that letter, and go through the letters in the word, starting with the 2nd letter. If a letter is in the first half of the alphabet (A-M), it’s a dot, and if it’s in the second half of the alphabet (N-Z), it’s a dash.
For example, what is the Morse code for B? The word is Bread. R = dash, E = dot, A = dot, D = dot. So the Morse code for B is dash, dot, dot, dot.
What is the Morse Code for W? The word is Wasp. A = dot, S = dash, P = dash. So the Morse code for W is dot, dash, dash.