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The following post is sponsored by The Odd Life of Timothy Green
Just like trees, families have roots too!
Family roots represent where you came from and are made up of all the people who preceded you. For instance, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents and so forth. And just like trees, families continue to grow all the time.
See how far you and your little ones can go in building your family tree.... it's sure to be a fun and educational activity you can do together!
Make a list of your family members. Start by writing your own name and then add additional family members from there.
Gather and print photos of your relatives for your family tree. Find close-up photos or headshots of all the family members you listed on your paper. Size and print all photos as 2" in width in 3" in height.
Insert photos into the ornament frames or mount them with glue onto your cardboard cutouts. (If using cardboard cut-outs, leave extra space at the top to punch holes).
Secure pieces of ribbon to the photos to create loops for hanging.
Set up your tabletop Christmas tree; remove it from packaging and find the special place you want to display it.
Now it's time to decorate! Position the ornaments in a similar order to the way you've organized your family tree on paper. Put yourself at the top and the work your way down by level/relative accordingly.
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