“Crossroads for Kids”
The Crossroads just arrived in our mailbox!
It’s a lovely publication put out by the Utah Genealogical Association (UGA) for its members, and it’s interesting to grown-up family historians …. and now …… TO KIDS!
In the Fall 2016 issue, I’ve contributed an article about involving children in family history that I hope lots and lots of grown-ups will read! We’ve just got to involve the kids!!! As you might have guessed, I’m pretty passionate about this.
Also in this issue, they’ve introduced a fantastic new resource for UGA members, the “Crossroads for Kids” section. Just open the journal and flip through the pages until you find…
You’ll find a few pages written just for KIDS (and their parents, grandparents, and teachers), including fun games, activities, and tips. If you’re not a UGA member yet, head over to www.ugagenealogy.com to learn more.
P.S. I currently serve on the UGA Board of Directors because I value the role of societies in the genealogical community, and because UGA has an education-focused mission benefitting genealogists of all ages and abilities. Feel free to ask me about the benefits of UGA membership if you’re interested.