Every Sunday following Labor Day is National Grandparents Day, a day created by Marian McQuade in order to champion the lonely elderly in nursing homes and to encourage grandchildren to tap the wisdom and heritage that their grandparents could provide. Jimmy Carter proclaimed the holiday in 1978.
My grandparents have always had a fascinating wealth of knowledge, and I’ve always said that I would love to be friends with them even if we aren’t related. My maternal grandmother can recite our entire family history back so many generations, I can’t even count them! My maternal grandfather is a skilled woodworker; he helped me build two bookshelves which are among my favorite possessions. My paternal grandparents taught me to cook. I remember as a child playing card and board games with my grandparents, pretending to host tea time (to which my own grandfather played along very enthusiastically).
We have several puzzles which capture the love between a grandparent and grandchild—all to help you bring back memories of these special figures in our lives.
Do any of these puzzles remind you of your own grandparents? Let us know in the comments!
The Blessing by SunsOut. 500 pieces.
Afternoon with Grandma by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.
Grandpa’s Pumpkins by SunsOut. 300 pieces.
Living Room by Pintoo. 1000 pieces.
Tea With Grandpa by Cobble Hill. 275 pieces.
Saturday Matinee by Cobble Hill. 275 pieces.
First Jar of the Year by Cobble Hill. 1000 pieces.
Grampa “Watches” the Kids by White Mountain. 1000 pieces.
The Gift by Eurographics. 1000 pieces.
These puzzles don’t feature people, but they do certainly evoke feelings of grandparents!
Grandma’s Attic by Ravensburger. 1000 pieces.
Grandma’s Kitchen by White Mountain. 1000 pieces.
Grandma’s Rocker by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.
Grandma’s Hearthstone by Pomegranate. 500 pieces.