For All Kids
50 Family History Interview Questions
An excellent way to get to understand biographies is to interview an interesting older relative or family friend. Here are questions you could ask and then include the answers in your essay.
You want to find the relationship between you and a certain relative. You know you are related because you have a common ancestor. Here’s a simple way to figure out your relationship.
Print out and use the free forms while you interview and research your family.
Genealogy Today Jr.
Based on requests from some our younger visitors, we have created this Junior edition to make genealogy easier to understand for kids of all ages.
For American Kids
Are you researching your pioneer roots in Colorado? Start here. Site has good resources for young genealogists from anywhere.
Port of Entry: Immigration
Welcome! On this journey, you will assume the role of historical detective and search for clues to America’s past in American Memory, the historical collections of the Library of Congress. You will investigate photographs and eyewitness accounts of immigrant life in America.
RootsWeb’s Soundex Converter
The Soundex system is a method of indexing names in the 1880, 1900, 1910, and 1920 US Census. Soundex can also aid genealogists by identifying spelling variations for a given surname. Put in your last name and see different spellings.
For Canadian Kids
CanadaGenWeb For Kids Project
Are you a home-schooler? Please join in on the fun. You will be able to add queries, and ask questions about Canada.
Sask Gen Web for Kids
Looking for your family tree in Saskatchewan? Need help?