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Genealogy for Kids

Want to introduce your kids or grandchildren to genealogy? These genealogy games and activities could get the youngest generation interested in their ancestry by providing them with fun ways to learn about their family history. From questions to ask the kids to passing down your family stories, get ideas and resources to help turn the newest leaves on the family tree less green about genealogy.

The painting “Boyhood of Raleigh,” 1871, by John Everett Millais (1829-1896). Source: Wikipedia. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “Family Stories Are Important for Children’s Health & Happiness.” blog.genealogyban...

Family Stories Are Important for Children’s Health & Happiness

Watch this NGS video to learn how this teen used newspapers in his genealogy research to add historical context to his grandfather's story and connect to the past.

Why does knowing where your grandmother went to school help a child overcome something as minor as a skinned knee or as major as a terrorist attack? Find out how knowing your family's history can help a child's self-confidence in the NY Times article The Stories That Bind Us:

The Family Stories That Bind Us — This Life

Family Tree Kids by Family Tree Magazine - Making Family History Fun

Family Tree Kids! - Making History Fun

Family History Activities for Children: 3-11 from FamilySearch

Free Family History - 20 Cute Questions to ask your kids or grand-kids today! ~ Teach Me Genealogy

family history for kids teaching kids about their heritage

Family History for Kids - Teach Beside Me

Get out a map and show your child the important landmarks of the Revolutionary War. How far away do you live from where the Declaration of Independence was signed?

Engaging the Next Generation: A Guide for Genealogy Societies and Libraries #genealogy

What about the Kids? Researching Your Family Tree’s Children. Read the full article at the GenealogyBank blog: blog.genealogyban...

What about the Kids? Researching Your Family Tree’s Children