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09 December

2012

Grab Your FREE Genealogy eBook Today

By Stephanie Pitcher Fishman education, Homeschooling, kids, teens 3 Comments

I’ve got some great news… I’ve finished my first eBook!

 


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Photo Credit: Svilen Milev


 

Learning Through Family History:

A quick guide for using genealogy

to encourage active learning

 

 

I’m in the Christmas spirit this month! For a limited time, you can receive this eBook for FREE just by subscribing to the Corn and Cotton Genealogy newsletter. It’s my gift to you. My hope is that I can inspire you to use fun projects and learning experiences with your kids and grandkids in the upcoming new year.

 

What will you find inside? Here’s a quick glimpse:

  • Foundational skills such as historical context, research skills, and critical thinking;
  • Ideas for integrating your family’s history into your social studies lessons;
  • Have a new perspective on current events;
  • Encourage the reluctant writer;
  • Have fun with activities and project ideas;
  • and more!

 

Learning Through Family History is perfect for homeschooling families, parents looking for ways to interest their kids in learning, and grandparents wanting fun activities for their grandkids.

 

I’m a homeschool mom, and I love showing other homeschooling families how they can integrate their family history into their learning style and lesson plans through my column Family History 2.0 at Homeschool Mosaics. Don’t worry – you don’t have to be a homeschool family to enjoy my eBook! My goal is to make learning through family history fun for everyone.

 

 

 

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Happy holidays from Corn and Cotton Genealogy!

 

© 2012, Stephanie Pitcher Fishman. All rights reserved.

3 COMMENTS

  • Mariann Regan

    9 December 2012 Reply

    Loads of congratulations, Stephanie, on your first eBook! And this looks like a really enticing promotion! By the way, the latest IDG issue for December is just superb.
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    • Stephanie Pitcher Fishman

      9 December 2012 Reply

      Thank you, Mariann! I really appreciate it. I’m very excited. And, I’ve already got two more projects started. I can’t wait. One will be very long-term, and one will be hopefully out in 2013. I’m having such a great time with this. I just hope others enjoy it, too!

  • Free eBook: Learning Through Family History | The In-Depth Genealogist

    13 December 2012 Reply

    [...] Are you looking for a way to get your kids excited about family history? Would you love to do it in a way that it makes history (and other subjects!) come alive? Now’s your chance to do both for FREE! [...]

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