Sure Nathan, here we go:
A) to remember
1) If we remember someone or something, we keep that person or thing in our mind or we bring that person or thing back to our mind:
Eg: I remember when we used to study in the library together.
Eg: I suddenly remembered that I had left the cake in the oven.
2) Remember to + infinitive means that we don’t forget to do something:
Eg. Remember to disconnect the tv aerial when there's a storm.
B) to remind
1) If a person or thing reminds you of someone or something, they make you think of that person or thing, or they resemble that person or thing:
Eg: That songs reminds me of when I was a teenager.
2) If we remind someone to do something or about something, we make them remember it or help them not to forget it:
Eg: He’s probably forgotten he was supposed to be pick up the shopping at 6. Shall I ring him and remind him?
Eg: I have an awful memory so this morning I tied a knot in a handkerchief to remind myselt it is my friend's birthday.
Now try using them in different situations:)