Activities

As a grandparent, there’s so much to do to ensure your grandchildren grow up in a healthy, happy, stable environment.

 

Our Grandparenting A to Z blog is full of informational articles, tips and resources. Read our blog for activity ideas and other information.

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Tips For Creating a Spring Treasure Hunt For Your Grands

Today we’re going to share some tips for creating a spring treasure hunt. Do you remember the fun of a good treasure hunt? There’s something wonderful about a mystery or a search that appeals to human nature. Kids are no exception to that intrigue. Age doesn’t matter in this game. Toddlers to seniors can enjoy …

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Getting Involved in Your Grands’ Spring Activities

It’s time to welcome warm weather and get involved in your Grands’ spring activities! The calendar drove my life when my children were young and spring was a marathon of getting everyone where they needed to be at the right time. It was exhausting and glorious all at the same time. Now, as you and …

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Baby’s First Easter Intentional Memory Keeping [FREE Printable]

A baby’s first Easter marks a special time for families. If faith is a cornerstone in your family, you’ll want to be intentional about how you record each grandchild’s first Easter experience. Here are some ways to capture memories and hopes for the future. Tips for Memory Keeping Write or record digital audio with your …

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Ten Conversation Starters for Spending Time Without Tech With Teenage Grands

Time with teens can be both challenging and exciting so we want to help you out this week with ten conversation starters. Please stay connected to your teenage grandchildren, grandparents! We don’t have to assume the teens in our lives will automatically disconnect from us when they become young adults. Sure, they’ll have other interests …

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