Friday, October 7, 2011

Tip #28: Research Your Family Tree

Research and strong writing are two skills that will be very important in your child’s education. A way to build on those skills at home is to research your family’s history. That brings us to tip #28.

Tip #28 Researching your family tree and include the whole family.

There is an old saying “you don’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been.” Researching your family history can be both fun and rewarding for everyone in the family. There are Web sites (ex. that will get you started. Going to talk to senior family members and getting “oral history” and photos are important. Looking up old documents, obituaries, letters, and cards can bring your families history to light. You and your children will find it fascinating and hopefully interesting to visit ancestors from the past. You may find out you come from royalty!


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