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AngelicaGrandletter 2 (child): Family and heritage
  • Read your Special Letter from your grandparent.
  • Prepare your Special Letter:
    Talk about your growing up-tell about games you play, sports you like, school activities and other things you like to do. Tell about your family. What kinds of things do you do together. Anything you think is important!
  • For your grandparent's scrapbook:
    Draw a picture of a tree on a sheet of paper. Include the trunk, branches, leaves and roots. On the back of your picture identify family members that belong to your own family tree including your parents, brothers, sisters and other relatives. If you are not sure what a family tree is ask your parents for help.
  • Optional Activities (Choose as many as you want to do):
    Decorate your Scrapbook. If you have a scrapbook of things your grandparent is sending you take time to decorate it.
    Picture Time. Find a picture of yourself or your family that you can give to your grandparent. Place it on a sheet of paper. Write a brief explanation of the picture at the bottom of the page.
    Life Line. On a long strip of paper, draw a heavy horizontal line representing Life. Mark Birth and the date at the lift end. Mark significant events, achievements and other points along the line. If you wish add pictures or mementos or brief descriptions to explain these points.
  • Mail your letter and anything else you made to your grandparent.

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