Find it on the web
• America’s Story
<www.americaslibrary.com/cgi-bin/page.cgi/jb>: The Library of Congress guides kids through American history with fun facts about people, places and pastimes.
• “Ancestors” Teacher’s Guide
<www.pbs.org/kbyu/ancestors/teachersguide/>: Tips for teaching kids about the lessons in each of the PBS series’ 13 episodes.
• Ask Jeeves Kids <www.ajkids.com>: Filtered search engine especially for kids.
• Boy Scouts Genealogy Merit Badge Requirements
• Canada GenWeb for Kids
• Cyndi’s List — Kids & Teens
<www.cyndislist.com/kids.htm>: Nearly 100 links.
• FamilyEducation.com Family History Package
• Fun & Easy Family Projects
• Genealogy for Kids
• Genealogy Instruction Beginners, Teenagers and Kids
• Genealogy Today — Junior Edition
• Helping Your Child Learn History
• Hometown History Program
<www.historychannel.com/classroom/>: Teaching Girl Scouts about their community’s past.
• INS Teacher and Student Resources
<www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/aboutins/history/teacher/>: Links to information about US immigration history. A kid’s corner is under construction.
• Kids’ Castle
<www.kidscastle.si.edu>: Explore history, personality and the world at this Smithsonian magazine site for kids.
<www.myfamilytales.com>: Create a personalized 32-page children’s book that tells the story of an ancestor or relative; for more information, call 866-MYTALES.
• My History Is America’s History Kids’ Corner
• National Genealogical Society’s Rubincam Youth Award
<www.ngsgenealogy.org/comrubincam. htm>: Annual award for 8th-through 12th-grade genealogists. The winner receives $500 and a one-year NGS membership.
• What is Genealogy?
<www.geocities.com/Enchanted Forest/5283/genekids.htm>: Instructions for getting started.
• World GenWeb for Kids