Reading includes anything from listening to a story being read, listening to a book, reading graphic novels, joke books, Weird but True books, the Lego Magazine, National Geographic Magazine, comic books, or Pokémon and baseball cards.
Children love reading if it is based on their interests. Animals, sharks, Peppa Pig, Star Wars, the Titanic, cars, poetry and more.
World-renowned Psychosexual Therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer, who just turned 90, is as relevant as they come! In her new book, Stay Or Go, Dr. Ruth focuses on common sense over emotion and straight-up advice like never before. Dr. Ruth leaves no stone unturned when speaking on a topic such as the male and female relationship, both physical and emotional, parenting and long-distance family connections, as well as communicating and financial stresses. We highly recommend checking out this book. We think you will find new approaches to understanding and living in this day and age!
We are big fans of children’s books here at Grandparentslink! After all, many a life lesson can be learned in the simplest of ways. Take a look at some of our favorite quotes from children’s books that we still share daily, even in adulthood! We love the idea that maybe as grown-ups, we actually can appreciate and understand the power of these words. Take a look…
Leslie and Pam’s book was just launched and we are beyond excited to giveaway two (2) copies of the book!
Grandparenting: Renew, Relive, Rejoice provides a concise, down-to-earth guide for both grandparents and parents. Each of the 52 straightforward nourishing practices provide methods of mindfulness, along with endearing real-life stories that grandparents can identify with. These stories are warm, poignant, funny, charming, and not-to-be missed.
So what if it’s only November… the holidays are coming up and we have to plan ahead. Are you stressing about what to get someone in your family? Or maybe are you constantly getting phone calls from your children for one of your classic recipes they want to recreate?
Ok… can you smell it? can you feel it? can you taste it?
‘Tis the season where colors come alive in hues that are awe inspiring. A crisp coolness hits the air, and things look and feel so fresh. Yup, this sure is the season we love here at Grandparentslink! Back by popular demand, our readers have shared with you their 5 favorite features for the fall season. Now, can you say that 5 times as fast?!!
Do your grandchildren know how to swim? Would you like to assist them in learning valuable swimming skills?
#1 Bestselling Author for how to Empower your Child in Water and in Life, Michelle Lang is partnering with us, and giving away an autographed copy of her book! A MERMAID’S GUIDE!
In A MERMAID’S GUIDE, Michelle debunks old swim myths, like why you should STOP teaching your child to blow bubbles and what you should tell them instead. The book also gives you simple but important skills to teach your child starting in the BATHTUB that could save your child’s life.
To enter to win, 1. Follow us on Instagram @grandparentslink 2. Follow Michelle’s Instagram (Relaxation Based Lifestyle) @Be_a_rbl 3. Write a comment below.(Or ask a question you’re curious about in relation to the water!) Contest ends on Monday, July 1st, at 11:30pm, Pacific time.
Here at Grandparentslink we are always looking for new storybooks to read and share with our viewers, because who doesn’t love cozying up with your grandchild and reading a story together?! (And, it’s a plus when we get to steal them away from their tablets and TV’s) …wouldn’t you agree?
We have one great idea here, so pay attention grandparents! No doubt you have some of those favorite family recipes that everyone asks you to create, right? Oh come on.. we know you are holding out on sharing all the ingredients, yes?
Reading will make your grandbaby smarter. Here are tips to tune your tot into text.
Do babies really care if you read to them? Absolutely! And it’s never too early to start. “Reading to even the youngest of babies helps their brains establish neural pathways, which are the building blocks to all future learning,” says Linda Nelson, senior curriculum developer for KinderCare, a leading provider of early childhood education and care.