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Looking for a way to help your kids shower your parents on Grandparents Day? From activities for grandparents and grandkids that offer a peek into your parents' past to craft ideas that are easy to do, check out these four Grandparents Day crafts and activities for kids.
Expose your children to activities for bonding with their grandparents while creating a family heirloom.
Construction paper or card stock
Pen, markers, pencil, stickers, ribbon and other items to decorate the book
Old photographs of grandparents
Have your youngster record his interview with Grandma and Grandpa while asking questions about their childhood, such as:
Where were you born?
What were your favorite games and activities?
What did you want to be when you grew up?
Did you have a pet when you were growing up?
As a teen, when was your curfew?
What was your first job?
Staple pieces of paper together or tie with ribbon to make a book to write down answers.
Adorn with old photographs, markers and old magazine or newspaper clippings that symbolize the time when Grandma and Grandpa were young.
Decorate the front cover with markers, ribbon or stickers for a craft that kids and grandparents can create together and keep forever!