The Perfect Gift for Grandma

It is very important to remember Grandma at the holidays and on their birthday. As your very own parent, you’ll be buying your own personal gift for them, but this is an excellent opportunity to teach children about giving. Encourage them to pick out something special for their grandparent, but help guide them towards items that will be as special to Grandma as it is to them.

Home Made

Homemade gifts are special treasures. Best of all, your child will be given an opportunity to be creative as well as learn the importance of giving to others. Choose age appropriate crafts that you can enjoy together. This could be as simple as having them color a picture. Buying a frame to put it in will make a cute presentation for Grandma, and your little one will feel like their artwork is amazing.

A Gift of Time

Gifts don’t have to be material items. Offering time spent together helping Grandma with household chores is always a wonderful idea. This could be time spent with Grandma in her garden, baking in the kitchen, or helping clean-up around the house. Your mother will love making memories with her grandchild, and your little one will be learning to put others first.

Store Bought Presents

Even the littlest of people enjoy a day of shopping. Make it an adventure by helping them find that perfect gift for Grandma. Look for items that are acceptable for adults but have a touch of childish whimsy. A good example of this would be the colorful Jim Shore figurines from Hallmark. You could also have them pick out a picture frame that they can fill with a photo of themselves, or help them find a nice box of chocolates or other sweet treats.

Once the perfect gift is found, you have another teaching moment. Help them wrap their gift to Grandma, and explain how important it is to always express your love in words, actions, and small tokens of appreciation.

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