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Find a Grave is a network of "you & me's" that work together to bring visual archives of cemeteries and headstones (as well as any information concerning these sites) to people all over the world so that people don't have to visit in person - a thing which can often save a genealogist a great amount of time and money!

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Here is a fun printable to capture fun facts of each of your family members.

1st grade standard for stamping. Draw tree with marker and stamp fingerprints for leaves of any color. What season is your tree in? Discuss seasons changing and pressure for different size prints. Hmmm... winter could just have fingerprint snow flakes with Sharpie snowflake lines in them. For prints: use markers? stamp pads? tempera cakes? watercolor sets?....

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If you want to find out more about your family, download the life history questions and make time to interview your family members. Learn some fun facts.

  • Lori Schultz

    Love this idea…would be cool to interview a grandparent…or start doing it with your own parents or yourself and pass down to your own children or grandchildren.

Genealogy is the insanity of searching for family members with the same name over and over! House of History, LLC.