Best Family Tree Charts for Kids
Have a look at the templates below for your school kids family tree project. You can help them collect information about you family with one of these simple to use, customizable templates.
I like this tree because of the wealth of family history you can help your child or student record. Parents, if you know your Grandparents names and details then you can help your child record the details of their Great Grandparents. What an achievement, especially when you realise that your children will be able to tell their Grandchildren about their GGG Grandparents in time to come.
This family tree recognises the that there are many children dependent on a single parent.
This family tree is great for school family tree project only requires children explore one side of the family. This tree is printable for hand written projects. It can also be used as part of a project to improve ICT skills.
A really simple and effective chart is for parents and educators using family history as a vehicle for encouraging their kids’ interests in local, national and world history. This tree is printable for hand written projects. The boxes adjacent allow kids to identify “news headlines” for each generation. Or, they can be used to take brief handwritten notes for oral history interviews with family members. This format only requires one side of the family to be explored making the task simple. Use this tree to improve kids’ ICT skills.
This tree is perfect for the parent who may only have details about their parents. This tree is also great for the school kids project marking the “National Grandparents’ Day” a celebration of Grandparents.
An attractive family tree which is printable and editable in Powerpoint. Great if you want to save on ink usage.
A nicely olive textured chart. It’s printable and editable in Powerpoint. I like this because it has a really professional look when printed on photographic quality paper (matt is best). You don’t need an expensive printer to achieve great results.
A nicely Green textured chart. Printable and personalisable. It’s great if you want your project to make an impression.
Adoptive family Tree
A nicely designed white template. It’s great if parents have good knowledge of their family history and knowledge of their child’s birth parents. It’s printable and editable in Powerpoint. Again, you can achieve a nice professional finish when printing on photographic quality paper (matt is best). You don’t need an expensive printer to achieve great results. If you don’t have a printer, then your local print shop will oblige.