Grandparents Day is the first Sunday after Labor Day — September 7th. The day is meant to encourage children and their grandparents to spend a little quality time together. Here are a few creative ways for the kids and grandparents to craft together and add something special to their visit.
This DIY clothespin photo sign
makes a wonderful spot for your grandparents to show off the latest family pictures.
Take the family to play in the park for the day and bring the camera for a special photo shoot
for framing creatively later.
Make some salt dough — it's like homemade clay — then use it to make these sweet heart candle holders
to remind your grandparents how much you love them.
Bring an easy craft project to work on together with Grandma or Grandpa — paper crowns, party banners, a super hero cape, or even a collaged felt dinosaur tail.
September is the perfect time to make a batch of family holiday greeting cards — a string of thumbprint lights
are an adorable idea for everyone to make together.
Get out the papers, punches and photos to make a family tree
together — it's such a wonderful way for the kids to learn more about their grandparents' lives.