Genealogy for Kids: part 2

Now that you’ve succeeded in getting your children interested in digging into their roots, here are some tips and fun activities to help you trace your tree. 1. Start with you and work backwards. It is almost a given that you can trace your tree back at least 3 generations to your great-grandparents. After that you have a choice: concentrate on making your tree taller or wider. To make your tree taller, you focus on your direct ancestors, 2nd great grandparents, 3rd great grandparents, etc. To make your tree wider, add in all the children, siblings, aunts and uncles, and…

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