By: Jinny Gudmundsen
Imagine this: Your grand child is enjoying some iPad playtime while you enjoy the silence it brings. But as you cook dinner uninterrupted, your grand child (whom you have allowed to play a “free,” educational app that you approved ahead of time) is happily buying add-ons [...]
(Editor’s Note: Most always we are so in love with our grand kids that we overlook many behaviors that may seem a little strange to us, but rudeness is not one of them. Hope you enjoy this article from an experienced mom offering four tips if your teen granddaughter or grandson behave rudely to you [...]
At one time or another, most of us have experienced or heard about computers doing funny things. Some people can become anxious when they contemplate using computers and fear they do not have the knowledge or ability to do so.
Lack of computer experience is one of the most obvious reasons for this [...]
Editor’s Note: As over seven million children in America are being raised full time by Grandmas and Grandpas and tens of millions more are being cared for daily by their grandparents, we offer this information from the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
Did you know that March is National Reading Month? Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) [...]
The following rhyme encourages grandparents to make reading-aloud to their grandchildren part of the bedtime routine. Titles of favorite read-aloud books for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers are shown in italics.
By Susan Marx Let’s read a book Together to settle you down, Time for Bed in your cozy jammies or nightgown. Sleep time for [...]