Bookcover Me and My Family Tree

Me and My Family Tree

by Joan Sweeney
Illustrated by Annette Cable

   

For children who are naturally curious about the people who care for them (most make inquiries into family relationships at an early age), Sweeney explains, with the assistance of a young narrator, the concept of a family tree. Photographs become understandable once the young girl learns the relationships among family members; she wonders what her own family tree will look like when she marries and has children. A larger message comes at the end of this story: not only does she have a family tree, but so does everyone in the world. Cable's drawings clearly define the process of creating a family tree; she provides a blank tree so children can start on their own genealogy. (Picture book. 5-7) --  Kirkus Associates, LP. This text refers to an out of print book which available at your library.
 

   
  My Family Tree Lesson plan and templates
  My Family and Me Encourage your class to discover everything they can about their families, with this printable 32 page book. Students will learn about family trees, timelines, family members, and more. from TeacherVision which allows a free 7 day trial then requires a subscription.
 
  Me, My Family and My Friends a preschool unit from Gayle's Preschool Rainbow
  Cyndi's List - Kids & Teens An ever growing list of genealogy related activities for children and youth to do on their own or with an adult.
  101+ Fun Family History Activities for Kids There are actually 206 activities listed as of October 2008.
  US GenWebKidz hosted by rootsweb
  Genealogy for Children presented by Genwriters
  Genealogy for Children from About.com - Includes resources for students working on school family history projects and lesson plans for teachers wanting to introduce genealogy into the classroom.