The objective of this activity is for clients to have fun and be ‘successful’ at the activity.
If they think they made a mistake, offer new stones. Facilitate and adapt craft as needed; choose stones with enough space for decorations; steady wobbly rocks with a little clay.
This is a creative project so every project is ‘right’. Instruct clients to assemble stone designs on the table before gluing or piling together.
Turn projects into fridge magnets, or computer desks mascots, and other gifts.
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Grand-Parents Day is celebrated in many countries on different dates. The celebration is to promote the importance of grandparents to children.
See if you can pick these famous grandparents!
Here is a word search to enjoy on Grandparents Day.
Here are some affectionate ways of addressing grandparents in other languages.
Here is an easy way to make home-made lemonade
Here are some inter-generational activity ideas to enjoy on grandparents day.
A lovely inter-generational activity - creating shadow animals!
Here is a fun Baby-Boomer Grandma poem.
Many people in residential care have grown-up grand-children with children of their own. Invite them over and let the three generations have fun together doing quizzes, craft and playing games.
Invite a group of school children or high school children to visit your facility on International Youth Day.
Intergenerational activities can be fun and soothing for all involved.
I made patty cakes and our residents iced and put sprinkles on the cakes then had them for morning tea. They thought it was great!
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Celebrate Grandparents Day by recruiting willing staff to form a chorus or a quartet to sing this song to residents on their special day.
This is a lovely, calming and creative activity for the elderly using smooth river rocks and pebbles. These decorated pebbles are perfect small gifts to give to friends, families and volunteers.