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|Activity Books for Children 8-14|
Studies have proven that greater knowledge about family history strengthens and empowers youth. This knowledge creates self-esteem, resilience and a greater sense of control over their lives. Learning about the family's past also strengthens the relationships between living family members by creating a shared experience and core identity that no one else in the world can duplicate. These activity books are designed to help you inspire and strengthen the children in your family and build your relationship with them.
Upcoming Lectures and Conferences
Hope to see you there!
We're geared up with the new booth and ready to go. Here's what we have so far. Looking forward to seeing you there:
- RootsTech . "Zap the Grandma Gap: Leave a Heritage Workshop." "Abracadabra: Design Your Own Family History Chart Demo," "Presto Chango: Turn Your Family History Into A Coloring Book Demo," "Get To Know Your Geezers (for Youth)" with my son Matthew Hovorka
Our RootsTech lectures this week.
- Eastern Idaho Family History Conference . "Creating a Culture of Family History in Your Family and Your Home." "Where to Start When Your Genealogy is all "Done" and "Playground Rules for Genealogy on the Internet."
- Orange County Family History Fair Keynote: "Grandma's Bullet Proof Vest: Why Your Children Need You To Do Family History," "Mom & Pop Culture: Creating a Culture of Family History in Your Family & in the Home," "Grandpa's on My iPad: Sharing Your Family History Using Social Networking," "Where to Start When Your Family History Is All 'Done'"
- Southern California Genealogy Society Jamboree "Back to Basic Research Practices in the Age of Internet Genealogy," Panel Moderator for "Rebranding Genealogy and Engaging the Next Generation," "Abracadabra: Interactive Family History Charts With Prezi."
- Utah Genealogical Association Spring Conference
- National Genealogical Society Conference
- Brigham Young University Family History Conference .
- Genealogy Now Expo in St. George Utah .