Spring is all about new beginnings, as well as planting roots. Where are you from? What is your ancestry? Who are your relatives and what interesting stories does your history hold? For some, the family tree can go back hundreds of years, but for others, perhaps only a generation, or even not at all. Kids are interested in these facts about family history, so why not help them understand how genealogy works and where their place is in the world – perhaps they’re far out on a limb, or starting the roots of a brand new tree. Read on for the link to read more about Mia’s picks for family tree books for kids and to link up your multicultural posts in the linky.
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Family Tree Books For Kids:
My favourite post from last month’s linky was this post by Mia Wenjen, The Pragmatic Mom. She has gathered a great collection of books for all ages for teaching kids about their family tree. Genealogy gives us roots, and can be confusing for some children, particularly if they are adopted or have ancestry from a culture other than where they are growing up, and these books address that, too. Check them out!
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