Genealogy for Kids

I have a bunch of little kids and I do a lot of genealogy, so it’s natural that I am excited about getting my kids interested about genealogy!  I have to have someone to pass the torch to when I’m old and gray, right?

I started earlier this year by taking my daughter with me to the NGS Conference in Charleston.  Here is the video she made of the experience.

Later, as I was preparing our lesson plans for our upcoming school year, I decided that I wanted to incorporate our family history into our world history studies and I made some different worksheets for them to use throughout our year.

I thought that I’d share these with anyone else who might like to use them.  So, here they are….

I will be adding more as I make them throughout the year.:)

  • Jennifer Holik - August 5, 2012 - 2:12 pm

    Hi. I was searching for mentions of my kids genealogy books and came across your blog. You have some great resources. If you are interested, I published Kids’ Genealogy curriculum books this year for 1st-3rd grade, 4th-8th, high school, and adults. You can see a sample lesson and table of contents on my website: Please take a look.ReplyCancel

  • Chris Shaw - August 30, 2014 - 1:15 pm

    These are great and I’ll be adding them to our homeschool history studies, I”ve been trying to incorporate our ancestors into our lessons and these will help. Your daughter did a great job on that video – looks like we moved to Charleston area about a year too late, I hope the conference comes back. ThanksReplyCancel

  • Climbing My Family Tree - April 18, 2013 - 6:49 pm

    Thank you! I might be teaching a genealogy class for our homeschool co-op next year. If I do, then I will definitely use your books!!ReplyCancel

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