Grandparents Day Activities

Did you know that September 10th is Grandparents’ Day?  Grandparents are special people and I would love to help you spoil rotten all the Grandparents out there!  Today I bring you some fun Grandparents Day Activities and ideas.  Of course, sometimes not all children have a grandma/grandpa.  If this is the case, why not find a “Grand-friend”.  Each year at our school, Grandparents are invited to school for a special day of activities.  If the children do not have a grandparent who is able to come, the children can bring a grand-friend.  If nothing else, Grandparents usually don’t mind “adopting an extra student for the day…Grandparents are good like that.

Okay, let’s first start out with a book.  Here are a few of our favorites.  All of these books make me smile …(my children LOVE them all).

Little Critter: Grandma, Grandpa, and MeWhat Grandmas Do Best; What Grandpas Do BestLlama Llama Gram and GrandpaHow to Babysit a GrandpaHow to Babysit a Grandma

Grandparents Day Activities

Grandparents Day Activities- Fun Grandparents Day Activities to help celebrate with Grandma/Grandpa or Grandfriend....great for preschool or Kindergarten!

After reading our booko, next, let’s make some printable cards for our Grandma and Grandpa!  (Click on the picture to be taken to our printable Grandparent’s Day Cards)
Printable Grandparents Day Cards -Don't forget Grandma and Grandpa! Here are some free printable grandparent's day cards!

Next, do some hand print art!  (I love handprint art….it is all over my house!)

Lastly, have your little one interview their grandparent….  We have a free printable interview page to get the questions started.  What did Grandma/Grandpa like when he/she was the child’s age?  What do they like now?    We have a cute little interview page to ask Grandma/Grandpa about their favorite food, book, color, etc.  You can also draw a picture of Grandma/Grandpa.  You can even put together your own “What _____________Does Best book!”

To get your free Printable Grandparents’ Day activities, enter your name/email into the blue form below.  The activities will be automatically emailed to you.  If you have any issues, please email me at [email protected]  Enjoy!

Grandparents' Day Activities
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5 Comments

  1. LESA KAE WILGANOWSKI says:

    Grandparents day questionaire please.

    1. Hi there, It looks like you are trying to get our free download. To get your freebie you enter your email into the light blue box on the page. I WILL DO THAT FOR YOU NOW. Then…. check your spam folder…sometimes things go there. The freebie has a subject of “Here is your free download!” …Inside that email there is a link. That link, if you click on it, the download will either popup in a new tab or download into your download folder. Sometimes that link does not come hyperlinked. If that happens you have to copy/paste the link into a new browser tab and it will then open for you. If you have trouble with this, though, send me an email ([email protected]) and I will help you!

  2. Alexis Burr says:

    cant wait to try these pintable’s!!

    1. Hi there,
      I think you were looking for some free resources on my site but were having some trouble. I updated my site and the free downloads disappeared. I fixed things now and I just entered your email so you should get the download.
      1) Check Spam – sometimes things go there.
      2) Subject is “Here is your free download” – there is a link inside. Sometimes that link is not hyperlinked…you may have to…
      3) copy/paste the hyperlink for the download. It should open or download into your download folder
      4) If you have trouble, write me at [email protected] (forward me the freebie email because I don’t know which freebie you wanted).

      Thanks! Have fun!
      Meeghan

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