Grandparent’s Web: Dedicated to an experience in love: grandchildren! To the unconditional love of grandparents everywhere.
Grandpa’s Birthday Book a growing up history of your grandchild that your grandchild writes for each year of his/her life. A (free) gift from grandparents.
Retirement: What a time for your utility bills to be going through the roof. Just as you retired or are getting ready to retire. There is something you can do, though.
Discipline: A discipline primer for using time-outs to discipline your grandchildren. This is a very effective way for grandparents to discipline grandchildren without even raising your voice–especially if their parents use this system of discipline, too.
Keep in Touch: Tip of the week for grandparents to use in keeping in touch with grandchildren. Most weeks have two tips: one for the younger grandchild and one for the older grandchild.
Camping with Grandchildren: In the woods or in your home!
Grandparents Raising Grandkids: A series.
Letters: Letters from grandparents.
Fun at Grandma’s House: Entertaining visiting grandkids– fun activities appropriate to your grandchild’s age.
Science/Math Fun. Print these often-changing short projects, glue to a postcard, and mail to your budding scientist-mathematician. These are really fun while teaching and building a love of science and math.
Names: Grandparents send in the names their grandkids call them–names of pure love and immature tongues.
Activities: Things for grandkids to do at your house–or more ways to stay-in-touch with out-or-town grandkids as many can be printed and mailed.
Rainforest: Introduce your grandchildren to the ever-important rainforest.
Visitation One of the big tragedies of divorce can be loss of contact with grandchildren and grandparents through loss of visitation rights: a series.
How Do You Know You Are Hearing Impaired? Questions to ask yourself to determine if you are hearing impaired.
You Now Know You Have Impaired Hearing. What CanYou Do? Both the medical community and your own family can help with your hearing difficulties.
Involving Grandchildren in Your GardenHow can you involve your grandchild or grandchildren in gardening? It is easy! Just offer them a gardening spot.
Involving Grandchildren in CompostingComposting is a good way to involve your grandchildren in gardening, recycling, and earth-friendly activities. It involves dirt, digging, and water–favorite grandchild activities.
Starting the Garden with Grandchildren You have a garden spot for your grandchildren. The bed is raised and filled with organic dirt. The compost pile is in use. Now how do you start gardening with your grandchild?
Off to the Garden Store Off you go to the gardening store with your grandchild.
Cultural and Value Differences in grandchildren, their parents, and grandparents.
- Grandchild’s Right to Visitation
- Alternatives to court
- Going to court for visitation
- If all else fails…
- Graceful Aging Starts Early
- Rules for Graceful Aging
- Reversing Heart Disease
- Avoiding Chronic Diseases
- Avoiding Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Osteoporosis, Diabetes
- Avoiding Cancer
- Stress and Aging
- Depression and Aging
- Rocking Chair and Aging
- Timeout Defined
- Timeout Information
- Timeout Locations
- Timeout and Ages of Children
- Timeout for the Active Child
- Nana’s & Poppy’s Week.
- Activities for Kids at Grandparents’ Home
- Generation Gaps Live Again
- April Fool’s Letter to Grandkids
- Joy of Reading.
- Bonding with Grandkids.
- Value and Cultural Differences.
- Getting Grandchildren to Obey Rules at Your House.
- Sharing Ideas: Staying in Touch.
- When You Were Little…
- Grandkids Funtime: Ages 3-5.
- Grandkids Funtime: Ages 5-8.
- Grandkids Funtime: Ages 8-12.
- Grandkids Funtime: Ages 12-15.
- Grandkids Funtime: Ages 15 and up.
- What Is Genetic Engineering?
- What Are Potential Benefits/Risks?
- Promises and Realities of GMOs.
- Environmental Concerns.
- Role of Grandparent Raising Grandchild.
- At Grandma’s House We Stay.
- Grandparents and Grandkids Gardening