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Homeschool Mother’s Soiree — Generation To Generation Lapbook Giveaway



Kat from World For Learning has generously donated one copy of this beautiful lapbook that normally sells for $10 on CurrClick.  I LOVE this idea and YOU could win a digital copy of this for YOUR family to enjoy!

You can see more about this lapbook direction on Kat’s site here.

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Sandra Modersohn is a devoted wife, mother, and homeschooler. She loves great graphic design and has a passion for creating beautiful and useful printable materials for children. Little Learning Lovies where she shares her creations with the world. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter, Pinterest and, of course, at the Little Learning Lovies Blog and Store.

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Judith says 5 years ago

I have a book I got on a clearance table when I was first married. It has places to record family history and a family tree. I’ve slowly added things over the years. It’s far from complete but it’s something.

Meme says 5 years ago

My kids love to spend time with their grandparents. I’d love to have something like this to record our family histories.

Debbie Chadwick-Vazquez says 5 years ago

I don’t have records of my family and this would be amazing to start gathering them,

dmajorlj says 5 years ago

We don’t do a good job of writing it down, but I am very thankful that my kids are able to spend a lot of time with their grandparents and great grandparents.

Brenda Saball says 5 years ago

Yes, we are doing more each year

Rhoda says 5 years ago

Most of our family stories have not been written down for future generations. My older siblings seem to have more stories of grand and great-grand parents, but nothing beyond that.

Tanya says 5 years ago

I would like to know more about our family we where thinking of doing something just wasn’t sure yet.

tammy cordery says 5 years ago

We take a lot of pictures and take about what happened with the family members.

DeeDee says 5 years ago

My husband is really into genealogy so this would be a fun project to do with Dad.

Janet says 5 years ago

I have records from both sides of my family and one side from my husband’s. However, they are a mess and I would love to organize for our children.

Amanda W-B says 5 years ago

We don’t know many family stories. My moms side is pretty easy to learn about and record, but my dad’s side is a mystery. I really would love a place to record what we do know so my little man has those stories to tell his family about.

Missy @ Dot-to-Dot Connections says 5 years ago

We haven’t done much with family history, although I do wish I knew more about my own family history! Our children are blessed to have my husband’s family nearby and last fall they got to go on a “field trip” to the house and yard that their grandpa grew up in 🙂

Tiffany Deos says 5 years ago

I definitely wish there were more stories saved.

Randi Lanz says 5 years ago

I did some scrapbooking of heritage photos and collected stories from my father-in-law and one of his brothers. I am so thankful I took the time to do it (about a decade ago) because of 18 children in his generation, they are all gone now. I am so glad to have these stories to share with my children and my own grandchildren.

Melody C says 5 years ago

We don’t keep family records.

Jessica Medina says 5 years ago

No good family records here. 🙁

Christine Bailey says 5 years ago

We don’t really keep too many family records but it is something that I really want to do and want my kids to do and be proud of our family history

Sheri says 5 years ago

We have some great family stories to record!

Sara @ Embracing Destiny says 5 years ago

I have just done some genealogy research and would love to learn more about our family history! I think it’s so important to preserve it.

Maggie C says 5 years ago

We don’t have any records just oral stories. My mother once put together a book but we don’t know whatever came of it.

Andrea Bruns says 5 years ago

My parents and grandparents have done well with keeping momentos and such

Jolene Ceravalo says 5 years ago

My mom loves doing genealogy research! She has told me some interesting and sad stories over the years. My records could use some work. 😉

Carrie says 5 years ago

I would love to learn mote about my familg history. This is a neat giveaway.

Jennifer g. says 5 years ago

My mom is super private about her past. I didn’t know she was married before she married my dad until I was 13 and came across a picture snooping in her cedar chest. Lol! My dad won’t talk either. I am completely different. I’m an open book. My oldest is 21 and he knows everything age appropriate as he’s grown up. My little is 5 so we haven’t had any convos yet. But trust me, they will come 🙂 my son and I have an extremely close relationship because of this. He can come to me with anything and I’m ready for the talk. And we’ve had some doozies 🙂 communication is the key to ANY relationship.

donna.hutson says 5 years ago

We do not keep great records. My grandfather was at Pearl Harbor and was assigned to the Arizona. So much history there but sadly and understandably he did not want to talk about it. So much can be learned by our parents and grandparents about our past. This lapbook looks like a great way to get started on organizing my family’s history.

Marci Wright says 5 years ago

Not really… I wish we had better ones!

Leena says 5 years ago

I wish my side of the family kept better records. My husbands side was so much better at it.

Amy Bradsher says 5 years ago

We’ve got great stories written down and a huge family tree book for my side of the family, but very little for my husband’s – and it’s getting harder and harder to find the information.

Fibia says 5 years ago

Not the best records. Wish I knew more about my grandparents and older generations. Thank you for the giveaway.

Melissa says 5 years ago

We don’t keep great records, but I have had a couple of school projects that asked me to get to know some of my relatives and the information I learned through those projects has been so valuable.

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