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How to Help Your Grandchild Become a Reader

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.

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Quotes We Love from Children’s Books…

No matter how old you may be!

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…

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Help Our Children Learn to Interact

an exclusive feature by Sarina Peddy, GPL Executive Assistant and Pre School Teacher*

This era of technology has created a world where two-year-olds use digital devices before they are even out of diapers. People walk with their heads down texting and using their PDA as they navigate the sidewalk, and children are growing up where the art of communication is anything but looking each other in the eye and talking.

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Holiday Doll GIVEAWAY by Club Eimmie

Be sure to sign up for this wonderful giveaway now…!

Grandparentslink is pleased to introduce you to the newly designed doll, Eimmie, and this giveaway.

The holiday GIVEAWAY includes everything a customer would receive if they purchased Club Eimmie’s holiday promo

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DOLL GIVEAWAY by Club Eimmie!

Grandparentslink is pleased to introduce you to the newly designed doll, Eimmie,
and this wonderful giveaway. Get a jump on the holidays!

The holiday GIVEAWAY includes everything a customer would receive if they purchased Club Eimmie’s holiday promo

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Put a Smile on Your Face

Hopefully, you have been watching our wonderfully entertaining grandma and grandchild videos. If you want a fun chuckle, then here you go, because truly “kids say the darndest things”…

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The Involved Grandparent

Grandparents have a role in the lives of their grandchildren, but what exactly is that role? Let your adult children take the lead and discuss your expectations with them.

Becoming a grandparent changes everything. Coupled with incomparable joy is uncertainty about where you fit in. Your role — not always appreciated by society — is vitally important in shaping a grandchild’s life. At the end of the day, you and the parents want what’s best for the child. But, as you may discover you don’t always share the same ideology, and you must take a step back and understand that you’ve entered their world, sometimes feeling like a foreign ambassador. And, what you may really need is a handbook for diplomacy!

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Kids Say the Cutest Things…

Grandparentslink sat down with grandmas and their grandchildren, and here’s a few examples of what went on. Unedited and totally honest, these kids share their insight. This is such a kick! Hold on to your hats… we have lots more videos.

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Fall

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?!!

All you gotta do is click…

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Fun in the Fall

Fall is such an exciting season with the weather getting cooler and the leaves turning beautiful colors. There are so many fun fall activities to do with kids so take a look at this list of over 100 fun and kid friendly ideas for making the most of fall!

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The Power of Words

Amy Beth Gardner, a mother, simply states:

My daughter starts middle school tomorrow. We’ve decorated her locker, bought new uniforms, even surprised her with a new backpack. But tonight, just before bed, we did another pre-middle school task that is far more important than the others. I gave her a tube of toothpaste and asked her to squirt it out onto a plate. When she finished, I calmly asked her to put all the toothpaste back in the tube. She began exclaiming things like “But I can’t!” and “It won’t be like it was before!” I quietly waited for her to finish and then said the following:

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