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Know a young person who’s gung-ho about genealogy? Genealogy writer Denise Levenick
is sponsoring a $500 grant to send a young genealogist (age 18 to 25 as of July 1)
to the 2011 Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree in Burbank, Calif. June
The Suzanne Winsor Freeman Memorial Student Genealogy Grant honors Levenick’s late
mom, who worked with youth organizations and enjoyed attending last year’s Jamboree.
We get questions pretty regularly about how to interest younger kids in genealogy.
You’ll find our suggestions in these free articles:
activities for kids
Grandma and Grandpa
occupations match-up game for kids
Family Tree Kids! (brought
to you by Family Tree Magazine)
Now I’d like to open it up to you: What genealogy projects have you done with your
kids, grandkids or students? What are your tips for holding their interest? Click
Comments to share your ideas.