Exceptional quality picture books that are perfect read-alouds for little ones
By Jan Parish, MEd
“There was one little baby who was born far away. And another who was born on the very next day. And both of these babies, as everyone knows, had ten little fingers and ten little toes.”
By Remy Agee
At this stage in life, you probably have a special interest or hobby. Why not help develop one for a grandchild? Hobbies are a great way to build your grand’s self-esteem, fostering self-discovery and a sense of accomplishment, boosting self-confidence by adding to his or her knowledge and skills.
Here are more of GRAND Magazine’s top picks (click titles for more info or to order)
Chicken Soup for the Grandma’s Soul. By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and LeAnn Thieman
Chicken Soup for the Grandparent’s Soul. By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Meladee McCarty & Hanoch McCarty
Connect with Your Grandkids: Fun Ways to [...]
With all the national statistics out there about teens not reading, it’s hard to believe that a class full of boys who’ve had more than a few problems with school make it astounding clear that reading really matters. And some of these same boys talk, when asked, about reading books and discussing them with their [...]
“Once upon a time…” those words were magical – magical because someone special was reading them to us.
Few people believe they are “professional” readers, but there are five easy tools a grand can employ to add another dimension of learning and involvement to the enjoyment of reading with the grandchildren.
You’re already [...]