19 Unforgettable Activities to do With Grandchildren

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Here are over 19+ unforgettable activities to do with grandchildren. These are grandparent tested and grandchild approved!

The ideas that I share are the result of the loving relationships that I share with my grandchildren. These are all things that I have personally done and found value in.

February 2024 Update: At this point in time, the list of activities is way past 19. Be sure and read to the end and check out the comments from other readers who have generously shared even more idea!

My readers are amazing grandparents who are so creative. Thank you to everyone that has taken time to share your ideas. You are the best!

Activities for Everyone

Our family has begun to prioritize activities that everyone can do. Our age range is 5 to 75.

Themed parties

We had an Under the Sea/Salon Day/Dance party for the little one’s fifth birthday. She picked the themes and we loved it!

You’ll see that we have loved dressing up over the years as you read on.

My daughter-in-law found inexpensive face jewels and we took our makeup to the next level. I love dressing up and makes our normal activities unforgettable.

I love to go all in on the dress up. You can’t really see it but I am Ursula. The girl’s other grandmother does not love to dress up but she always buys a themed tee-shirt to wear.

Ages 5 to 61

Escape room

Earlier this summer our family went to an escape room. It was a lot of fun! We had grandparents, grandchildren, parents, uncles, and aunts.

We decided ahead of time that this would not be a competitive venture. The little ones really enjoyed the spooky (but not too spooky) atmosphere and helping look for clues.

You’ll be happy to know that we did escape!

Picture of family in an escape room
Activities are even more unforgettable when the whole family is involved!

Painting party

Recently I hosted a family painting party. No I didn’t have them paint walls, they painted art. I set up tables with paints and canvases and let everyone do their thing. We had fun food and had our favorite football team on television.

The family painting their own works of art at the family painting party

What Are Unforgettable Activities?

This post is a love story. It’s about the love between my grandchildren and me. This is the real stuff we do to build an unforgettable bond.

Last night, I was hanging out with my grandchildren. It was my middle granddaughter’s first soccer game earlier in the day. We had a great time.

After dinner the girls and I settled onto the couch. The little one put a pillow on my lap and laid down next to me. The soccer girl, leaned up against me to snuggle.

That hour of snuggling was unforgettable for me! You do not have to be super active to have unforgettable memories.

Picture of Sara with three grandchildren.
I didn’t get the make a funny face memo!

We are all growing up! For my 61 birthday I did a photoshoot with the family.

My style of grand-mothering is hanging out with the girls and doing activities or cuddling on the couch watching a show. Unforgettable activities are anything you spend time doing with your grandchildren.

It’s YOU that makes these activities unforgettable!

To be an unforgettable grandparent, you need to do memorable things with your grandchildren and I’m going to share some of my ideas.

I’m here to provide the inspiration, motivation, and encouragement to not just be unforgettable but to also form an amazing relationship with your grandchild or grandchildren.

Even if you’re not sure you could ever be unforgettable, I promise you that you already are.

Children may remember some gifts but what they really remember is time with you!

Why Doing Activities with Children is Important

I have worked with children for much in my life. I was a Brownie leader, a cub scout leader, and I ran a teen and children’s program. Here is what I know.

All children adore an adult who will spend time with them in activities that they enjoy.

It really doesn’t matter what you do–it’s that you do something with them. When you put your time, focus, and attention on children they LOVE it.

You can shoot hoops, go for walks, sit and talk, play games, cook food, or anything else you like to do and that you think they’ll like.

Collage pictures of Sara with grandchildren. Text says: fun and unforgettable activities to do with your grandchildren.

Here are the things I’ve been doing to stay connected to my grandchildren.

Here are over 19 unforgettable activities to do with grandchildren. These are grandparent tested and grandchild approved!

Fun Activities to Do with Grandchildren

If you are lucky enough to be together, you can find all kinds of things to do. My grandchildren now range in age from 5 to 15.

Creating memorable activities that could be done at home was so much fun. What I really discovered was that everything can be fun with the right attitude.

Movie night

Find a movie that everyone wants to watch. I do this with my daughter, son-in-law, and three grandchildren. We have fun finding movies that my daughter liked as a kid or new releases.

We put a picnic blanket on the floor with cushions for the kids. There is always popcorn with some candy treats sprinkled in.

It’s even more fun when you dress up to the theme of the movie but that isn’t required every time.

Picture of author Sara with grand daughter
Watching Cruella


One activity that all three of them loved was painting. I had picked up a set of 30 acrylic paints in a set, a big pack of inexpensive brushes, and heavy duty painting paper.

Supply paper plates and cups of water for painting. A plastic table cloth is helpful too.

It was fun to see how all three girls expressed themselves. Even the baby had fun. I provided the most help to her, but she loved the experience.

All three girls had their own way of painting and creating their works of art. I love encouraging creativity.

While art is my thing, you could totally do this with simple sewing or a baking project.

Even a two-year old can paint!

Doing puzzles

We had fun doing some puzzles together. Nothing too hard. Again, it was good for all three ages. The baby doesn’t like to do baby things, so she’s always game for what the older girls want to do.

Their favorite was a United States map puzzle and they had fun learning about the states while doing the puzzle.

Making Christmas ornaments

This is next on my list! Here is a post I did that gives lots of ideas for ornaments you can make. I love making things that create memories and I love homemade Christmas ornaments!

Homemade Christmas Ornaments

This year, in 2020, we didn’t do our annual cookie making party. But one day I was looking at my newest cookie cutter, a Christmas sweater and decided the grandkids and I could do salt dough ornaments.

I used the same paint I had used for a painting activity, a set of 30 acrylic paints and I made the dough ahead of time. They were so much fun to do!

Our Ugly Sweater ornaments

Fun music

Whether it’s dancing inside or playing outside on the swings, my little ones love fun music.

When the weather was nice, we took the music outside and played on the swing set. I kept the two little girls going, while big sister could swing herself.

You can’t see it but we have a big speaker to play our tunes. Playing outside or dancing to music is a great way for kids to use some energy. We have a blast.

I keep a playlist of their favorite songs on my phone. We play them in the car, while playing outside, and just when we feel like getting silly with some dancing.

Play games

My grandchildren love to play video games but I don’t. So, even though they ask me, I always say no. I know, party-pooper for sure. However, some video games make me dizzy, so the girls totally understand.

If you don’t get dizzy like me, your grandchildren would probably love to have you join them.

I did enjoy virtual bowling and the entire family was able to participate in that.

I love to play board games. However, games vary depending on ages and I’ve not been able to find one that works for ages 2 to 12 that they all like!

2023 Update: The three of us can all play Uno!

So, I can play some games with one or two of the children depending on their abilities.

It’s worth trying to find games to play because I think games are good for kids! They learn to follow rules, compete, and practice good sportsmanship.

Teach them to sew or crochet

My seven-year old granddaughter is obsessed with learning to sew and crochet. Her other grandmother got her started on both and she loved doing it.

I found that you can buy kits on Amazon that have projects already cut out, that your little one can sew. Our kit came with plastic and real needles.

Supervision is still needed, especially if there are younger children around.

Sewing and other handcrafts are a valuable skill to know. My little one dreams of the things she will make. In the meantime she is improving her eye-hand coordination and expressing her creativity.

2023 update: My little toymaker is still making her stuffed animals. Now she designs and sews her own! I recently bought her a sewing machine and now we are both learning to use it.

Unforgettable Outings to Do with Grandchildren

Once a month or so, I like to schedule an activity with a grandchild or two that is more catered to them and what they like to do.

The love between grandparents and grandchildren is built over time and through shared experiences. Creating memories for your grandchildren is good for you and your grandchildren. Here’s how to be an unforgettable grandparent.

For the most part, anything that involves one-on-one time with me is considered something special by the grandchild. They really do like to hang out with me and go anywhere I suggest.

Over the past few years, the following activities to do with grandchildren have emerged as our favorites.

I’ve also made a note on what I’m calling their TOP-RATED activities. These are activities that they literally count-down the days until we get to do them.

Go to a live theater production

I’m starting with this activity because it truly is my granddaughters’ favorite thing to do.

Instead of presents for birthdays and Christmas, my daughter, their aunt, and I purchase tickets to live productions that we later take them too.

We’ve done Broadway shows, movies at the symphony (it’s a thing here in Houston and the girls and adults all love it.) We’ve done live shows based on favorite cartoons.

Long after other presents are forgotten and who gave them what, the memory of a great show lives on forever. This is definitely a TOP-RATED activity.

Paw Patrol Live

Go to an amazing park to play

To a kid, most parks are amazing. Here in Houston, I’ve found a few parks that are memorable that the girls had never been too.

Most of the time, taking the grandkids to a park is a treat enough but when you find a great one it becomes an unforgettable activity to do with grandchildren.

Recently though, I added a small picnic to it to make it even more special.

My grandchildren from 4 to 14 all love going to the park and when they get to go to a special one, it’s even more fun. TOP-RATED

Take a train ride

Train rides are fun! This is a super fun thing to do with grandchildren.

The park near my house has a small train that runs throughout the park. The grandkids love that. In addition, we have a metro rail that runs through town. That’s about as adventuresome as I’ve gotten.

However, there are real trains out there and kids love that too! My sister’s grandchildren love to go on real train rides.

To tell you the truth, I still remember my first train ride as a child. Train rides are memorable!

Grandchild waiting for a train ride
Ready to ride the train

Take them to meet an author or artist

You can find these events at bookstores, gift stores, museums, or other types of cultural centers. I did this with my oldest granddaughter and she was thrilled.

While children often read books, they don’t really have the concept that real people create the words and art!

Meeting an artist and a poet was a big thrill.
It was exciting to meet an author and artist!

Get a museum membership and do frequent but short visits

Going to the museum can be expensive. I purchase a dual membership every year to one museum.

With a dual membership, I can take one grandchild at a time. Because it’s a membership, I don’t feel I have to stay at the museum all day.

It makes it easy and memorable, when you can pop into a museum and just do one or two exhibits.

That way no one gets tired or overwhelmed (ME) and you don’t have to spring for expensive museum snacks.

Take them to a restaurant they wouldn’t normally go to

It’s fun to take the grandkids out to a restaurant they wouldn’t normally go to.

Heck I like that too! My grandchildren are not picky eaters and can usually find something they like anywhere.

If you usually go to diners, try taking them somewhere a little fancier. If you usually eat inside, try eating outside.

Try some different ethnic foods and introduce them to another country’s food. Go somewhere that has things for the kids to do.

Plant a small garden together

Flowers, herbs, or vegetables. Even if you don’t have room for a proper garden, you can put some plants in a pot or two.

I recommend going to the garden store and picking some things that are already growing.

While planting seeds has its benefits, it’s kind of slow for kids. Plus, nurturing seeds along is more work.

Make a little garden together and then later, enjoy it or pick something to use in a meal.

Make a scrapbook with pictures of your experiences

Be sure and take pictures of all your fun and adventures with your grandchildren. I LOVE to look through everything we’ve done together over the years.

To make it more memorable, create a scrapbook together. If you do it online, you can order copies for yourself and your grandchildren as well.

I’ve use Shutterfly and they were easy to use. Sign up for the mailing list to get the best prices!

You can also print out the pictures and paste them into a scrapbook, the old-school way.

Make crafts together

I keep a variety of things for the kids to craft with. Your collection doesn’t have to be extensive but keep the basics on hand.

I keep paper, chip board (like what goes behind pictures in a frame), scissors, markers, glue, pencils, and different things they can embellish their crafts with.

Often, we make cards or photo frames as gifts for family members.

Or they can just draw. I keep a tablecloth with the crafts so I don’t have to worry if they mark on the table. TOP-RATED

Doing a rock painting craft, activities to do with grandchildren
Rock painting was fun for the children and adults!

Share books from your childhood with your grandchild

I was thrilled when my oldest granddaughter learned to read! Finally, I could share the Little House books, Anne of Green Gables, and A Little Princess.

Right now, the two younger ones love reading the books I saved from when their mom was young. They especially love the Berenstain Bears and The Magic School Bus.

In addition, I love introducing books to the grandchildren. Reading is still one of my favorite activities and I love having little readers in the family.

We visit libraries and bookstores to get books to read. I’ve even passed down some of my own books for them to read.

As well as books I read myself, I also introduce them to books my children loved reading. It’s hard to believe that Harry Potter has been around that long!

Books develop language and vocabulary in a child as well as introducing them to new concepts and ideas.

Send postcards from every place you visit

When my own children were small, their grandparents traveled a lot and sent postcards from every location. The kids still have all of these postcards 25 years later!

Now that I’m traveling more, I try to keep up this tradition. When you travel, take addresses and stamps with you to make it easier.

Teach them to do something

Teach them something you like to do. Cook, knit, crochet, play soccer, bake a cake, fish, ride a bike, make friendship bracelets. You get the idea.

Share something you enjoy and teach them to do it too!

Teaching a child to ride a bike, activities to do with grandchildren
It was fun teaching this little one to ride a bike

Let them help you with something

While kids don’t always like chores, often they won’t mind a bit to help you with a project.

Children of various ages can help clean out a closet, weed a garden, dust furniture, or go grocery shopping.

Take them to a pool and you get in too

This activity has the distinction of being the grandkids favorite activity and my least favorite activity.

They have amazing memories of going to the pools at my apartments. Even though I don’t like getting in the water, for safety reasons, of course I’d get in with the little ones. TOP-RATED

Child going into the pool, activities to do with grandchildren
Pool time is best with a grandparent!

Have grandchildren spend the night

Overnights are a favorite memorable activity for grandkids. This is always a TOP-RATED activity!

Here’s how to Help Grandchildren Feel at Home When They Visit.

Take them out for breakfast the next morning

I don’t make breakfast for myself at home, so I usually take them to my favorite coffee shop. I get my coffee and they get juice or milk and a muffin.

It’s a win-win.

Help grandchildren do something for their parents

On Mother’s Day, I helped the girls make a craft for their mom. It was a big hit and a surprise for their mom who didn’t know anything about it.

Kids love their parents and it’s a big deal for them to be able to do something for their parents. You could also help them cook dinner for the parents, make some cookies, or do a little cleaning if the parents are out.

Making special Mother’s Day Picture Frames

Tell the grandchildren stories about their Mom or Dad

My little grandchildren love to hear stories about their mom and her siblings when they were little. They love to hear what they liked to do and times when they got into trouble.

Have a camp out

My dad used to put camp outs together for my kids and their cousins. I haven’t attempted this one yet, mostly because I forgot about it until I was writing this post.

My children and their cousins LOVED these campouts. There would always a tent set up and a campfire. The most memorable campout was the night a storm came through and everyone ended up inside.

19 Unforgettable Activities to Do with Grandchildren

Anytime you give to grandchildren is good time spent. Don’t feel like you have to do these kinds of things every week.

Most of these are special occasions. Sprinkle them in through the years and you will create amazing memories with your grandchildren.

My readers have contributed dozens of additional ideas in the comments. I absolutely love the ideas and often try them out.

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  1. MeMelly on October 21, 2023 at 10:41 am

    Rake leaves and jump in them! I got some awesome pix of my granddaughter doing this, too. Her parents were thrilled with the results.

    • Sara on October 27, 2023 at 11:20 am

      I loved playing in the leaves as a kid!

  2. Leslie on February 5, 2023 at 4:08 pm

    I have 8 grandchildren & 1 baby boy on the way. 7 granddaughters & 1 grandson ranging in ages from 1-10. I am blessed to have them all nearby. We regularly bbsit 3 of them. I loved all the ideas especially the letter game. I’ve shared it with my 6 & 9 year olds & next weekend we are planning do do a letter themed movie & picnic in the living room! Crafts are always a win, coloring, painting & making model cars.Dress up & simple tea parties they all love! We especially like board games & the “hungry hippo” is always a hit for all! We have a new puppy & the kids love to cook & bake. Baking dog treats with cookie cutters are fun as well as baking Christmas candy cane cookies & making slime together! We also enjoy dressing up & attending church/Sunday school together!

  3. Jeanne on January 30, 2023 at 1:37 pm

    These are ALL SUCH WONDERFUL suggestions and ideas!!! 2 of our grands lived near us for their first several years, however have since moved far away. 🥲
    We are planning a trip to see them, and will be able to spend many days with them, (oh, and their parents too, lol). We are so excited and I have gathered a few things to take for fun activities!

    These suggestions have given me a big list of fun activities, and we can’t wait to visit them. One of their all time favorites was making “blanket tents”. We ALWAYS share “HUG-A-BUGS” which are hugs with shaking back and forth 🥰. We do these at the end of every face-time also! Might sound a little corny, but we don’t mind that, because they ALWAYS remember this ❤️

    Thanks again for awesome ideas and your blog! Blessings to you.

    • Sara on February 6, 2023 at 8:20 am

      I’m sure you are going to have a great visit! Thanks for sharing your own unforgettable experiences. Sara

  4. Lana Frazier on January 22, 2023 at 3:21 pm

    My five grandkids are older now (14-21). Three of the five have moved to other states within the last year and a half. For Christmas I made each one of them a recipe book of all the things I use to cook and bake for them when we were all together. I put old photos of them and then I wrote a “Recipe for Love,” sharing memories of things we use to do together, fun memories and music we listened to. They smiled and teared up when they read it, because it brought good memories to mind. Now they call me to ask about specifics to recipes. My 15 year old grandson made goulash! Yesterday my 21 year old grandson made stew. The others have done the same. They FaceTime me when they are ready to eat. I can see the smiles, closing their eyes with memory recall, and say “Mmmm”. I know even though I am 1,000 miles away, I am right there I in their hearts!

    • Sara on February 7, 2023 at 11:12 am

      This is an amazing idea! ❤️❤️❤️ Thank you so much for sharing it–I know there are some grandparents out there that are going to want to do this too! Sara

      • Angela on June 29, 2023 at 9:13 am

        A good game that can include most ages is Charades. I picked up a set of cards for children. There are 3 ability levels to choose from on each card. Before the grands are readers they either try to do the picture or a designator reads off the suggestions on that card! Our whole family plays with the littles and we are crack up at the “performances “!
        Thanks for all your suggestions! There are some new ones for me to try!💕

        • Sara on July 2, 2023 at 10:13 am

          I grew up playing charades but I haven’t tried it with my grandchildren. We are a family aged 4 to 75, so I love the idea of cards for different ability levels. Thanks for the suggestion 💕 I am going to order some today. Sara

  5. Mary Themom on January 7, 2023 at 10:06 am

    We have Letter Parties. It helps the younger ones learn their letters and the older ones love it too! We pick a letter in advance and plan a party. Meal planning and grocery shopping are part of the fun.

    My kids especially love the letter P! We usually have a Pizza Party Picnic in our Pajamas! My kids love Pineapple on their Pizza but we have Pepperoni too). We picnic on a blanket in the living room and watch a P movie (Pirate, Princess, Puppies, Pinocchio…). The letter C this year was a Camping Christmas Celebration (we Camp inside). The letter E was harder but we had an Elegant Event and the girls loved wearing fancy dresses and all of them loved eating deviled Eggs and Eclairs.

    • Sharon Dodds on January 14, 2023 at 9:21 am

      Thank you for this!! Love picking up a few ideas!! I have 18 Grands & spend lots of time with them (ages 2-22). I used to have 1 or 2 at a time to spend a few days with Nana that was just our time together. Now I have a group of 6 stay at a time for a week. Go to the local riding stable to ride horses. It’s a Big hit.
      I really appreciate all this info. Hope to stay linked in.
      God Bless

      • Sara on February 7, 2023 at 11:13 am

        I’ll be the group visits are a blast! Sara

    • Sara on February 7, 2023 at 11:14 am

      This sounds like so much fun!!! I am going to have to give it a try. ❤️ Sara

  6. Beth on December 24, 2022 at 4:40 pm

    I had my grandchildren over for an all day play date with Gran-Gran. We decorated cookies, painted Christmas trees using dot painting, read books, and the favorite of the day was the indoor snowball fight. They were laughing and having such a good time! I wish I could have video taped it because they were cracking me up. They told their parents all about it. I got the snowballs from Marshalls. They are life size and kind of squishy. We never get snow where we live, so this was a great alternative.

    • Sara on December 24, 2022 at 8:43 pm

      Thanks for sharing the snowball idea! We don’t get snow here either. Sara

  7. Sharon M. on May 5, 2022 at 9:57 pm

    My two oldest grandchildren live in New Jersey, and I’m on Long Island. Needless to say our time together is always planned.
    One of the most memorable times is when the two kids and I make French Toast for breakfast. We set up a whole assembly line starting with breaking and beating the eggs.
    The shells go into the “garbage “ bowl, and they continue to add all the ingredients to the batter. When it’s time to cook, they go off to do something else and “Mima” does the frying. (No kids near the hot stove). It’s a blast, and an activity that just the three of us do together!

  8. Justin P Angle on April 1, 2022 at 3:56 pm

    Get boxes at store and make a fort or 2. Big boxes are best. Boxes of cardboard.

  9. Olga on March 2, 2022 at 1:03 pm

    For little kids (and big) make a no bake dessert, bars or energy balls, they love licking off the sticky ingredients! Edible cookie dough is a big hit. Record them telling jokes or stories. Then start your own family you tube channel. You don’t have to share it with the world just the family. Most kids LOVE watching themselves or their siblings being silly or entertaining. Make them email accounts and send notes etc., links to fun online kids stuff.

    • Sara on March 19, 2022 at 11:13 am

      Thanks for sharing! These are such great ideas.

  10. Sabrina R. on February 3, 2022 at 10:05 pm

    My grandchildren that I watch are 2 and 6. They love playing big bad wolf. They hide in the pop up tents that we have and I try to blow their house in.
    Today I took them to a big hill near our house so they could go sledding. I took some video of them climbing the hill and then going down that they can watch over and over again.
    We also like to work on puzzles together or playing cards and other games.
    Once a month we have our granddaughter spend the night. We get her favorite food, watch a movie and eat popcorn.

    • Sara on February 5, 2022 at 10:52 am

      Thanks for sharing your experience of making your own unforgettable activities with your grandchildren. It’s sounds super fun–can I come play at your house??? Sara

  11. Marilyn Funderburk on December 29, 2021 at 8:44 am

    As a retired teacher, I volunteer one afternoon a week in my grandson’s classroom. I love being in the classroom again, his teacher and students get help and my grandson loves me being there. I drive 55 miles each way – and it’s worth every mile!

    • Sara on December 31, 2021 at 8:56 pm

      That definitely qualifies as an unforgettable activity to do with your grandson! Thank you for sharing 🙂

    • Judy Kroeker on May 30, 2023 at 5:06 pm

      I just retired from teaching last year and 2 of my kids` families homeschool. One of my favourite subjects was art so I drive one and a half hours one way and then a few days later one hour the other way to get to teach them and spend time with them. As they get older and their lives get busier, it is more challenging for them to get to come my way. Sara

      • Sara on June 1, 2023 at 11:22 am

        I have to drive an hour now to see my grandchildren too but it’s always time well spent. I also loved sharing art with my grandkids. But they have exceeded my talents at this point! We still love doing things together though. And now when I visit, they love showing me all the things they’ve been working on. Well done on pitching in with the homeschool curriculum!

  12. Leslie on February 4, 2021 at 3:38 am

    These are WONDERFUL ideas! Thank you!

  13. Brenda on November 17, 2020 at 12:29 pm

    Teach them to knit or help them sew something simple.

    • Sara on November 30, 2020 at 12:29 pm

      Love this!

  14. Hendi on October 14, 2020 at 11:20 pm

    Baking or cooking with my grandchildren is a great way to enjoy together.

  15. Melody L Rosa on June 7, 2019 at 3:50 pm

    This is a really great list

    • Sara on June 7, 2019 at 3:59 pm


      • A. Frey on March 13, 2020 at 6:35 pm

        Make a cushion fort with them. Serve lunch inside it. My grandkids love that!

        • Sara on March 14, 2020 at 8:58 am

          Such fun! Thanks for sharing!

          • Sandy Fox on June 26, 2023 at 12:10 pm

            We live on five wooded acres in the woods and I have plans to do a scavenger hunt when they come up next month, we will look for animal bones, turtles, pine cones, shiny/pretty rocks, mushrooms, wildflowers, worms,etc. Last year our five yr old granddaughter and her 8 yr old sister wanted ken and Barbie get married, so we planned the event and we have a creek down in the woods so I set up a string of twinkle lights at the creek side and we played the wedding March while Barbie walked down the steps to the creek side and we threw petals from wildflowers and had a ceremony for them and the girls helped me bake mini brownie cakes and they decorated them for all of us to eat after the ceremony!

          • Sara on June 26, 2023 at 8:07 pm

            Those sound like so much fun! You are definitely an unforgettable grandmother–thank you for sharing 💕 Sara

        • Gale Newhouse on August 29, 2020 at 1:55 am

          Tea party with real tea cups. Hot chocolate (tea), miniature marshmallows (sugar) and cream. Dress up optional. Play with manners. No slurping, belching, elbows on the table ,on maybe a few and don’t forget the pinky in the air.

          • Sara on August 29, 2020 at 7:12 am

            That is so awesome!

          • deb on October 14, 2020 at 12:14 pm

            My grand daughters love to have tea parties with real dishes and dress up in old
            bridesmaid dresses. Great memories.

          • Pamela on December 20, 2022 at 8:54 am

            My grandson and granddaughter have been having tea parties for years!! We have fancy tea pots and teacups with saucers …. And a tiered silver stand for the cookies!!! They love this!!! We also do all kinds of crafts…. So much fun!!

          • Sara on December 23, 2022 at 7:20 am

            I love the tea party idea as an unforgettable activity! Thank you for sharing with us.

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