5 Unique Ways To Celebrate Grandparents’ Day

November 24th, 2017

This weekend, take some time to celebrate a very special pair in your children’s lives: their grandparents. Grandparents are prominent figures in a young one’s life; just think of the wonderful memories you have of your own grandparents. Not only do they dote and love us unconditionally, they are a source of sagely wisdom and the living links to the past. Most importantly, they were the backup team we turned to when our parents were “bullying” us! This Grandparents’ Day, let’s endeavour to foster the same kind of bond we shared with our grandparents in our children. Check out our list of unique ways children can show just how much they love and care for their grandparents on this special day. Visit the National Museum This Grandparents’ Day, the National Museum will be hosting a fun-filled Saturday just for grandparents and their grandbabies. Not only will there be games and performances, grandparents can even share their experiences growing up in the Singapore of old while visiting the exhibition, Witness to War: Remembering 1942. Reminisce with Old Photographs Have you ever wondered who your grandparents were before they were Mama and Yeye? Break out the photo albums and give little ones a chance to learn more about their grandparents. This will give junior a chance to listen to their grandparents’ rich stories and deepen the bond between them. Sleepover with Grandparents With their packed schedules, kids may not be able to spend quality time with their grandparents. Make time this weekend by arranging for them to sleepover at their grandparents. Drop them off after dinner with a cake to celebrate and some board games they can play with Grandma and Grandpa. Not only will they have plenty of time to bond, but you’ll also get some time off from the kids too! […]

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