Learning about your family history and genealogy is a wonderful study to do in your homeschool. Older students can turn this into a very detailed research project that you can give them credit for. Your little ones can practice their writing skills as they write about their family and parents and fill out fun family worksheets. You can really incorporate all ages into learning about your family history. This would be a fun project to work on throughout the year. You can even build a family tree notebook! The ideas are really endless!
If you have been wanting to learn more about your family history and teach your kids where they came from, check out these fun printables and ideas!
FREE Family Tree Printables and Templates:
FREE Family Printables from Homegrown Hearts Academy – there are so many fun printables in this free pack. There is a family interview page, all about my sister, brother, mom, dad and me pages. There is also a blank family tree printable.
Don’t Eat Grandpa Pete: Family History Game for Kids from Making Life Blissful
Online Family Tree Resources:
Family Tree Kids Magazine is a site where you learn how to become a “family detective” and dig up clues about your ancestry. Our games and activities are created just for kids—none of that boring grownup stuff—so you can have fun tracing your roots!
Family Tree is a genealogy, ancestry, and family tree research website. We offer reviews, articles, surname research, and genealogy advice. Genealogy tips for the beginner to the advanced researcher. Find site reviews, technology tips, DIY family tree ideas, information on cultural and local heritage, and an active social community.
Our Family TreeFamily Tree Geneology Chart Poster (2-Pack)Our Family Tree: A History of Our Family23andMe DNA Test – Health + Ancestry Personal Genetic Service – includes 125+ reports on Health, Wellness, Ancestry & MoreMyHeritage DNA Test Kit – Ancestry & Ethnicity Genetic TestingAncestryDNA: Genetic Ethnicity TestFamilyTreeDNA – Family Finder DNA Test – Genetic Testing to Discover Your Ancestry
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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