Grandparents Day: 5 Ways Kids Can Show Their Appreciation To Their Grands

Grandparents Day: 5 Ways Kids Can Show Their Appreciation To Their Grands
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Grandparents are often a fountain of affection and wisdom to treasure in our lives. This Grandparent’s Day, encourage your kids to take some time out of their day to do a little something for their grandmothers and grandfathers. Here are simple five ways kids can show their appreciation to a Grandparent.


5 Ways Kids Can Show Their Appreciation To Their Grands

Write a card

Write a card

A simple yet meaningful gift, making a card and writing a few words of appreciation is a present that is hard to go wrong. There are many simple DIYs that you can do with materials that are affordable and easy to get. You can also try some painting techniques to decorate your card like the ones here. Read more here.


Prepare a meal

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Know a grandparent’s favourite food? Try making some for them as a way to say thank you! There are many easy foods that can be made without heat and with very little adult supervision so that kids can proudly say that the meal was made by them. See a few of them here.


Record a performance

For those who don’t live with their grandparents, there are a few fun moments that they would want to witness if they were in the same space. Consider recording a short video message or a performance of the kids singing a fun song or a song they know so that they can rewatch it whenever they wish.


Go for a walk together

Record a performance

If a grandparent enjoys having some fresh air, one great way to show them appreciation is to spend time with them. There are many parks in Singapore to visit and many playgrounds that they can watch the grandkids play at as well. Here are some family-friendly parks to visit.


Ask them to share stories

Ask them to share stories

Having so much life experience, grandparents have lots of stories to share and childhood memories too. Ask them questions about the family history, find out shared memories and finish the conversation being even closer than before.


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