Interesting news this month with the discontinuation of microfilm and the articles ta the FamilySearch blog about the new historical LDS missionary database. I’m still using my feedly/google drive system with IFTTT so all the links redirect through IFTTT. Sorry about that! It’s just so much easier for me! Also here’s a link to a […]
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Today I’m presenting a class for my local genealogy society about sharing family history with a blog. I have learned so much from all the geneabloggers I follow and I consider myself a student of genealogy blogging. I’m no expert, but I certainly love learning more about it. Here are the slides that I created […]
For Father’s Day, my kids and I came up with a project to learn about fathers in our family tree and how they are courageous, strong, generous, and kind…like super heroes! We also made a “Super Dad” card that you can draw a picture of dad’s face on (or glue a photo onto it). Here […]
Family reunions, gatherings, and potlucks are here, with summertime in full swing. Here is a fun book and activity to do with your kids this summer as you get ready for those family reunions and gatherings. Hope and her family arrive at Aunt Poogee’s farm, which is five hours from the city she lives in. […]
Did you know you can save articles to Pocket and then listen to them using TTS (text to speech)? It’s my new favorite way to consume content. I like the British voice a little better than the American English. Here are some of the articles I liked this month. As I mentioned in last month’s Favorite […]
Many of my 4th and 5th great uncles died while serving in the Confederacy. This is difficult because I vehemently oppose the Confederacy’s ideals and what they were fighting for. I condemn their way of life and how they built their economy on the backs of enslaved people. I abhor their plan to rebel against […]
For family history storytime this week we read The Wall by Eve Bunting and did two crafts to remember relatives who fought for our country and gave the ultimate sacrifice. Poppies First, we made poppy flowers. I found a Canadian book telling about the poppy flower and how it has come to be a memorial to […]
Today I’m sharing a memorable and inspirational stake activity days event that I recently attended for 8-11 year old girls. Since I’m not in that age range, I’ll explain why I attended! After the Tucson family history fair when I shared my presentation, “Kid Genealogists,” I was lucky enough to chat with two incredible primary […]
Blog Link Up
RootsTech Class: Kid Genealogists
- Research Logs: The Key to Organizing Your Family History
- Should We Honor Confederate Ancestors on Memorial Day?
- Family History for Children and Teens
- MISSION POSSIBLE Youth Activity
- Kid General Authorities Coloring Book and Matching Game
- How to Transfer a Family Tree to FamilySearch
- Following the Prince of Peace to Higher Ground
- Make a Pie Chart of your Ancestors’ Home Countries with Grandma’s Pie
- Teaching Family History with a Family Map Game
- See Yourself in the Temple – Family History FHE Lesson