In which we share ideas for helping the younger generations learn about their family history.
19:02:38 From Deb Andrew to All panelists : Good evening.
19:04:00 From Cousin Russ : Valerie Elkin’s Pinterest board. https://pin.it/ohntuoojhaewhz
19:05:40 From Cousin Russ : The Family History Guide https://www.thefhguide.com/act-children.html
19:23:29 From Cousin Russ : Deb Andrew recommends Family Cookbook Project https://www.familycookbookproject.com/create_make_cookbook_software.asp
19:28:54 From Betty-Lu Burton : You can add various historical events that they would be interested in.
19:30:37 From Betty-Lu Burton : Also when did man first alked on the moon, when was the first personal computer sold, when did Disneyland open to the public
19:34:12 From My True Roots : That’s probably going to be Janellie and Everly. 1st Cousins. Their age difference makes Janellie always in a teaching role.
19:44:07 From Betty-Lu Burton : When my kids came home and asked where did our family come from I always said colonial America, because most came over in the 1600’s and early 1700’s and most of the European borders were not set.
19:47:01 From Cousin Russ : Cyndi’s List – Kids, Teens & The Next Generation
19:49:01 From Cousin Russ : Devon Ashby’s webinar “Family History for Kids” https://familytreewebinars.com/download.php?webinar_id=222
19:52:28 From Cousin Russ : Janet Hovarka’s Zap the Grandma Gap activity book series https://zapthegrandmagap.blogspot.com
19:53:18 From Cousin Russ : Emily Kowalski Schroeder’s Growing Little Leaves http://www.growinglittleleaves.com/printables.html
20:00:23 From Cousin Russ : Scouting Merit Badge http://meritbadge.org/wiki/index.php/Genealogy
20:03:45 From Betty-Lu Burton : True enjoy the new baby and spoil her rotten.
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