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Family history is a great source of strength and self-confidence for kids. They learn from listening to how their relatives handled problems, and feel stronger and more in control of their lives. But kids also feel t hat their families operate more successfully the more they know about their family history.
In addition, a 2014 survey found that more than a quarter of Americans wish that they knew their moms better and advised: "Making the effort to explore your ancestry can bring family members closer together, provide important health information and help facilitate discussions about how parents envision spending the rest of their lives."
My grandparents' first date, he piloted an airplane ride! Our potato farmer grampy! How could she resist him? Get started tonight, and for one school week, talk about family history over dinner. You'll be surprised at how curious they are!
And of course, if you'd like to interview your elders, I'd love to work with you on that project.
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