By nurturing your grandchild’s imagination, you can play an important role in helping him become adept at solving problems, facing challenges and building his self-esteem.
Technology often gets a bad rap because it keeps people from personally engaging with each other. But there are times when technology is just what you need for communication.
My grandma friend Cindy volunteers in her granddaughter’s third grade classroom. This week she taught the class how to make pine cone turkeys for Thanksgiving.
Grandparents play an important role in teaching grandchildren social skills, according to a recent study. How do we teach etiquette in a way that’s fun but not preachy?
For the past 45 years, my husband and I have begun our morning by solving the Jumble — the scrambled word game which appears in our daily newspaper.
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