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.
Articles Table of Contents: articles of interest to grandparents cover many aspects of life’s most wonderful role. Everything from bonding with grandchildren to the generation gap to staying young and open-minded is covered here.
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.
Involving Grandchildren in Composting Composting 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?