Zap The Grandma Gap: Connect To Your Family By Connecting Them With Their Family History
Zap The Grandma Gap: Connect To Your Family By Connecting Them With Their Family History
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Zap The Grandma Gap: Connect to your family by connecting them with their family history; by Janet Hovorka; 194 pp; Paper; 6x9, Published: 2013; ISBN: 9780988854802; Item # JH01

Meet Super Grandma. She is ready to show you all of her tried and tested activities for staying connected with your children and grandchildren and connecting them with their family history. Pick and choose from the multitude of ideas to find what will work best for your family. Zap the generation gaps in your family and you and your family can feel the happiness and power that comes from knowing about your family's past.

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Contents

  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Genius Grandma Knows How Important Her History Is To Connect Herself To Her Posterity And Connect Them To A Healthy Future.
    • Understanding and Emotional Healing:
      • Family Issues
    • Realizing Potential:
      • Inspiring Stories - Dealing With Challenges
    • Spiritual Serendipity:
      • Serendipity Stories
    • Envelop Them in Love:
      • Strong Relationships - Common Interests
    • A Broad Perspective:
      • Start With the Child
  • Gorgeous Grandma Infuses Her Surroundings With Her Family History To Instill Her Family With Their Past And Prepare Them For Later Curiosity.
    • Visuals/Pictures:
      • Displays - Timelines - Similarities
    • Heirlooms:
      • Guess the Heirloom - Heirloom Catalog - Family History in A Trunk - Make A New Heirloom
    • Charts:
      • Art Piece - Working Chart - Sugar Cookie Chart - Maps - Timelines - Diorama - Collage
    • Gardens:
      • Favorite Flowers - Plant Markers - Vegetables - Herbs - Heirloom Plants
  • Geek Grandma Knows That The Easiest Way To Plug In To Her Family Is Out On The Net.
    • Curious Surfing:
      • Compiled Databases - Find a Grave - Popular Websites - Childrenís Websites
    • Indexing and Digitizing:
      • Scan Pictures and Documents - Digitize Journals or Family Documents - Indexing - Society Projects - Bribery
    • Family Websites:
      • Private Gathering Places - Family Resources Website - Genealogy Software Helps - Photo Sharing Sites
    • Social Networking:
      • Family Facebook Group - Twitter Feeds - Blogs - Email Newsletter - YouTube
    • Surnames:
      • Name Studies - Meanings - Heraldry - Family Organizations
  • Gifted Grandma Uses Her Creations to Teach Her Family About Their Past
    • Books and Scrapbooks:
      • Short Childrenís Books - Kids Illustrate Your Book - What Happened When - Collections of Letters -Give Children Copies - Archival Scrapbooks
    • Games:
      • Workbooks - Paper Dolls - Puzzles From Pictures or Pedigree Charts - Bingo, Matching Cards, Memory and Go Fish - Other Games
    • Calendars:
      • Current Family Pictures - Pictures at A Certain Age - Ancestor Pictures - Anniversaries
    • Time Capsule:
      • Individual Time Capsules - Favorites - Special Events - Cedar Chests
    • Recording Their Lives:
      • Keep It Short - Reflective Letters - Statements of Faith or Belief - Journal or Diary - Parentís or Grandparentís Journal
    • Gifts:
      • Meaningful Moments - Recipes - Heirlooms - Digitizing - Collections, Projects, Crafts - Family History Gifts
  • Groovy Grandma Uses the History around Her Familyís Past to Make Their Progenitors Come Alive
    • Talents:
      • Hit Them Where They Live - Learn Something New That Is Old - Heirloom Re-Creation - Performances
    • Skills:
      • Providing Food - Creating a Home - Typical Menís Work - Do Some Research
    • Music:
      • Try Their Genre - Music They Knew - Dancing
    • Food:
      • Record Your Recipes - Share Preparation - Involve All Parts of the Family - Dishes
    • Traditions:
      • Religious or Ethnic Holidays - Holiday Traditions - Family History Decorations - Antique or Historical Decorations - Superstitions and Sayings
    • History in General:
      • Living History - Books about History - Heritage Festivals and Founderís Days - Culture Night - Museums, Historical Sites - Movies, TV - Language or Culture Classes
  • Gutsy Grandma Pulls Her Posterity Close by Carefully Creating Todayís History Together.
    • Connect With Living Relatives:
      • Family Reunions - Letters - Harsh Personalities - Visits - One Child to Visit - Family Organizations
    • Interviews:
      • Video - Transcripts - Family Reporter - Tough Topics - Send A Few Questions at A Time - Interview Locations - Photo and Heirloom Show And Tell - What Was Life Like At Their Age
    • Record Current History:
      • Yearly Summary, Monthly Summary - One Manager or Round Robin - Collection of Tweets, Facebook or Blog Posts
    • Travel:
      • Prepare Family Members for the Trip - Other Resources - Send Them for Research - Cemeteries - One-On-One-Trips - Who Do You Think You Are Tour
    • Events:
      • Guess Whoís Coming to Dinner - Scavenger Hunt - Ancestorís Birthday - Family Show
    • Support Other Learning Opportunities:
      • School Reports - Scouts - Create Projects about Family History
  • Glorious Grandma Works to Organize Her Familyís Story So That She Doesnít Leave Brick Walls for the Next Generation
    • Scope:
      • Leaving A Brick Wall Of Too Much Information - Weeding The Collection - What Resources Will They Have? - Scan and Condense - Process Into Something Usable
    • Sources:
      • Primary And Secondary Information - Originals and Derivative Sources - Only What Youíve Seen - Direct, Indirect and Negative
    • Citations:
      • Complete Citations - No Abbreviations - Genealogy Standards - Citations Donít Have To Be Perfect
    • Analysis:
      • Unsuccessful Searches - Preserve Evidence You Know Is Wrong - Record What You Know About the Source - Differing Interpretations
    • List and Instructions:
      • What Still Needs to Be Done - Color Coded Chart - Organization Hints - Shortcomings
    • Archival Storage:
      • Use Archival Materials - Remove Anything Destructive - Donít Touch Too Much - Set Aside A Work Area - Preserve the Order - Reversals - Donations
    • Archiving Photographic Materials:
      • Types of Antiques - Strengthen the Base - Common vs. Precious - Antique Scrapbooks - Protection from Acidic Materials - Protect Negatives
    • Archiving Document Materials:
      • Common vs. Precious - Encapsulation - Keep Reversible - Copying
    • Archiving Digital Materials:
      • Migration Plan - Naming, Tagging and Filing - Refreshing and Backing Up - Replication in Different Formats - Data Recovery - Digital Will
    • Plan for dissemination:
      • Library Of Alexandria Rule - Spread Your History Now
  • Go Do It
  • Whatís Next?
  • About the Author