Monday, September 15, 2014

What are your favorite ways to teach kids about their history?

I love teaching - and as a result, end up loving any project that might engage kids and adults in genealogy. I've looking for great kids' genealogy books and finally stumbled across one I love. The Family Tree Detective by Ann Douglas does a great job of highlighting the types of records that can be used to trace family stories. I loved the explanation of what you can learn from old report cards. What are your favorite books?

1 comment:

  1. The first genealogy book I ever read was: Do People Grow on Family Trees? Genealogy for Kids and Other Beginners, by Ira Wolfman. Before that I did not know my family history was something I could research. From there I was hooked.