Family Tree School Project Ideas and more
Family Tree Projects for School and HomeMany school districts and teachers these days are having their classes do a family tree school project. A grade school student can make a simple family tree showing their parents, grandparents and siblings. Perhaps a middle school student was asked to interview an older family member and write up the questions and answers, perhaps even to write a brief biogrpahy. A high school student might have been asked to write a detail biography or autobiography. Whatever the case, our family tree school project pages and links can provide creative ideas for the student or teacher.
The complexity of a family tree school project will vary greatly depending upon the grade level of the class. Even first graders or kindergarteners can participate in a family tree project. A simple project for the younger grades might be to draw, cut out or create a tree on a large piece of construction paper. Use green or fall leaf colors for leaves and cut have the children cut out leaves. Have them write the names of their family members and glue them on the tree. The names could be as simple as Mommy, Daddy and Grandma Smith.
Older children and grade levels could do more for their family tree school project. They may be asked to interview an older family member to write down a story about them. Perhaps they could make a traditional family tree chart showing all the descendants of their grandparents.
NEW! Grade Level Specific Family Tree School Project PagesOur family tree school project page has grown enough that we have decided to create seperate pages for grade school students, middle school students and high school students.
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