How to Help Your Kids Become A Family History Reporter

Does your child know where her grandfather grew up and spent his childhood, or why he decided to join the military?

Are you wondering how to entertain your son while he waits for the holiday meal to cook?

This week I’m sharing ideas for:

How to Get the Scoop on Fun Family Stories: Investigative Reporting for Kids 

over at My Kids Adventures.

Family History Reporter

My Kids’ Adventures™ is an online magazine designed to make it easy for busy parents to create adventures with their children anywhere.   I’m a big fan of their articles as they provide parents (and grandparents) with step-by-step instructions to creating fun activities in the home.

Documenting Family History

In this article I’ll show you how to turn your next family gathering into an information treasure hunt.  Your kids will collect intriguing facts about their relatives and create a news video to share their stories.

By giving your children a few simple tools they can act as reporters for the day and use their natural curiosity to uncover the stories that make their family history special; the stories that will fill their own memories of family picnics and holiday meals with laughter.