An artful grandmother BY LINDA ROWELL-KELLEY As a Maine Island artist and grandparent, I consider my seven grandchildren, grand students of the arts. Opportunity and inclination are important factors in
Murder Hornets – Not What You Think… Written by Paul Vogelzang Murder Hornets – Not What You Think… Smithsonian Inside Science Interview with Dr. Floyd Shockley Welcome to The Not Old Better
BY Donne Davis, founder of the GaGa Sisterhood Grandmas Are Coping Creatively During the Coronavirus How are you coping during the Coronavirus? Have these challenging times affected your relationships with
Galapagos Islands for the Multi-Generationals By Barbara Kuczen, Ph.D. “What was I thinking?” I asked myself as the plane touched down on Santa Cruz Island, the gateway to the Galapagos
Hey Humanity, This Is Mother Nature BY GREGG KLEINER Giving your species a quick slap on your collective cheek. Pop! You’ve been moving too fast, for too long, chasing cash
Feeding babies: What grandparents need to know BY IRV KATZ AND JAIA LENT Grandkids are a joy and the thrill is never greater than the first couple of years when
Empty Nest, Again BY DEBORAH LEVIN Yesterday I took apart their cribs. With great reluctance, I pulled off the sheets, the mattress covers, the waterproof pads and slipped each into
BY GENE MONIN Old barns are like old people Barns were once the center of farm life and are vanishing as modern farming methods make them obsolete. Have you noticed
BB’s Ding Dong School – Grandparent support during the coronavirus pandemic BY ALICE DAVIDSON BB’s Ding Dong School in session The opening words from The Circle of Life fill our living room followed
Board books are great. They are sturdy and kids can turn the thick pages themselves. This collection covers the alphabet, counting, a rainbow cake and much more. Reviewer: Jeanette Perkins
Not This Grandma is an essay by a savvy grandma, Connie Schultz and first published on Creators.com As we all go through this pandemic, many GRAND voices are speaking up.
Free STEM Course For Your Granddaughters (Or Grandsons) Editor’s note: If you’re like me, I’ll bet you have some grandkids home from school and you want to help them spend
Coronavirus: Forcing Us to Rethink Things We Normally Take for Granted By Jeff Rubin For most human beings, the desire for companionship, engagement, and socialization is a fact of life.
By Kristin Flyntz An Imagined Letter from Covid-19 to Humans Stop. Just stop. It is no longer a request. It is a mandate. We will help you. We will bring
COVID-19? Social Distancing And Talking About It With G-Kids This health crisis”Social distancing.” In this time of coronavirus, it sounds straightforward: Avoid crowds. Don’t shake hands. Shield the elderly and
Jack Levine – Learn How We Can Make A Difference For The Future Jack Levine is the founder of the 4Generations Institute and serves as a child and family policy advocate.
If It Weren’t For My Mom… BY BARBARA BARASH SIMMONS Hurricane Katrina was destroying New Orleans at the same moment my first grandchild took his first breath. I had vacillated
Let’s Talk About Sex… BY JERRY WITKOVSKY I read an article in the New York Times a couple of weeks ago and was bursting to write about it. Yes! This
First Generation of Children Growing Up Digital Are Here. The first generation of ‘digi kids’ are struggling with literacy as experts warn against screen time Four Corners By Louise Milligan and Lesley Robinson
By Erica Rykun Why and How Kids Can Learn to Code from Udemy In this developing technological world, coding will be at the forefront of careers in the future. So,