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Your family story is the story that leads to you.
Children love to learn about the world they live in as well as the family they belong to. If you have no clue about the past generations of your family there are lots of genealogy websites you can sign up to in order to trace your ancestors.
Making a visual family tree is a project both parents and kids will really enjoy. Hang it up in a prominent place to show off what you’ve learnt.
Other interesting ways to explore family history include:
Older relatives often share stories with kids that they don’t think to tell adults. Preserve precious family memories by recording an interview with a grandparent or other older relative. Pick out some photos to help prompt the conversation and write down a few questions of interest. Set up an interview time and record in-person interviews with the audio or video recorder on your mobile device. There are a number of services like alifestory.com.au that offer remote professional audio interviews if you want to take it to the next level. Record a story that you can share with the whole Family!
This do-it-yourself ancestry pie chart is based on your child’s family tree and is super easy to calculate: