Barry's Relatively Speaking: Family History Fun: A game for kids
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
Barry's Relatively Speaking shares the personal experiences and stories of genealogists found in the Everton Genealogical Helper Magazine collection on MyGenShare.com. Tanya shares the following experience.
Directions: Get 5 or 6 popsicle sticks and pictures of older relatives. Attach the pictures to the popsicle sticks with tape or glue.
Now you'll need an egg carton, decorate it upside down and number it 1-12. Make a slit in each bump, then make up questions about the people on your popsicle sticks.
Someone reads the question, each time you get the right answer move forward one bump. If you get all the questions right about the person you are doing then you win. Two can play at a time if you race. The first one to the end wins, more can play if you go all the way around and the first one back to the beginning wins.