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Expert Advice for Back to School Time (Grandparent Style)

There’s no doubt that the end of the summer is rather sad. Those lazy days for kids are kind of over and the back to school season can be a tough transition…so, Grandparents, we decided to repost one of our top articles on “Back to School” from child and adolescent therapist, Bonnie Compton.* We think this advice is valuable enough to repeat year after year.

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The Power of Positive Language

Want to be a better grandparent? We are always working on it – are you? Here’s a little something to think about…
How we express ourselves to our grandchildren, with our words and tone, can often be confusing.

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The Ultimate Grandparenting Tool – Club Eimmie

As a grandparent, there’s a deep urge to connect with your grandkids – be a positive influence, be looked up to, love and be loved. But how do you do that when you’re not around all the time, lack deeper knowledge of their interests, and don’t want to give them senseless gifts such as gift cards?

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In Honor of Earth Day Build a Terrarium with Kids

A terrarium is such a fun and easy way to do something together with a child no matter what age.  When creating a miniature garden grown inside a covered glass or plastic container, remember, this is a low maintenance project and an easy way to incorporate plants into your home.

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A Great Book for Kids!

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?

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Playing Cards with Kids!

Looking for a way to help your grandchildren take turns, follow rules, learn math and memory skills, and face competition in a healthy way? How about a game of Crazy Eights?

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Storytime for Babies

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.

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