Family History for Kids Workshops
Family history and photo expert Maureen Taylor offers many engaging, informative how-to seminars, including several workshops created specifically with kids in mind. Her kid-oriented workshops are perfect for teachers, librarians, parents/grandparents, and of course, children.
Maureen’s previous speaking engagements include national genealogical society conferences, local and regional genealogy societies, public libraries, schools, and continuing education institutions.
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“Is My Pet Frog Part of My Family?”: Children and Genealogy in the Classroom
Grab and hold the attention of kids with a series of multicultural genealogical activities developed for use in the classroom, but useful for kids in any setting. The material in this lecture is based on the presenter’s experience teaching school-age children about family and local history. Book Now
Family History Art for Kids (Ages 7-12)
Find out why this program is so popular in schools. Drop your kids off for an afternoon of family history arts and crafts. Participants need copies of family photographs and some basic genealogical information on three generations. This two-hour workshop is limited to 15 participants and includes materials. Book Now
Scrapbooking Your Everyday Family History
The latest hobby to sweep the nation is nothing new. Generations of men, women, and children kept scrapbooks. Today, millions are cutting and pasting their daily lives or family history using basic materials and techniques. Here’s what you need to know to join the craze. Book Now