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Branching Out for 1st-3rd Grade Lessons 16-30
About the author:
Jennifer Holik is a genealogical research professional and the owner of Generations. She has a BA in History from Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Jennifer has over sixteen years of research and writing experience and writes several blogs including Kids' Genealogy, Chicago Family History and Family History Research. She has authored articles for local and national genealogical publications. She is a freelance writer for Examiner.com's Chicago Genealogy column. Her book, To Soar with the Tigers, originally written for adults, will be released in juvenile form by early 2013.
Jennifer also lectures in the Chicagoland area on using technology with genealogy and finishing the stories of your military ancestors.
Branching Out: Genealogy for 1st - 3rd Grade Students Lessons 1 - 15
Parents and teachers looking for a how-to genealogy book for 1st - 3rd grade children need to look no further. In Branching Out, a new series available from Generations, author and professional genealogist Jennifer Holik provides parents and teachers with the tools they need to teach genealogical research skills to younger children.
Through fifteen fun and educational lessons, children will learn the foundations of genealogy and how to begin research on a level that they can understand and enjoy. Each lesson contains a clearly defined goal, all necessary vocabulary, additional reading assignments, and lesson and homework assignments to extend understanding of the concept.
- Publication Date:
- Mar 21 2012
- 1938226003 / 9781938226007
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.5" x 11"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Reference / Genealogy & Heraldry