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

Do your children ever wonder what kids did for fun before video games existed?

Would they love to dish the dirt on their dad’s antics as an adolescent?

Or discover connections and commonalities between themselves and folks four or five times their age—or more?

You can help your kids become family history reporters and uncover secrets and surprises of the generations before them.

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

How to turn your next family gathering into a treasure hunt where kids collect intriguing facts about relatives and create a news video for their stories.

Why talk to Grandma? A new way to relate.

I don’t know about you, but some of my favorite childhood memories include listening to my father and his four brothers tell stories about growing up on the family farm.

Our family picnics and holiday meals were filled with laughter as they told us about their scavenger hunts and adventures.

Do you have similar memories?

Do your kids?

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