How to Create A Family Vision Board With Your Grandchildren

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Have you ever heard of a family vision board? It’s a wonderful way to bond with your grandchildren while creating a shared vision for your family’s future. Plus, it’s just plain fun! In this article, I’ll walk you through the steps of making a family vision board with your grandkids.

The vision board is a creative and fun activity to bring your family together, as everyone can contribute to the board with their own ideas and visions. It can include anything from personal goals and dreams, to family ideas such as travel destinations, family activities, or charitable endeavors.

The purpose of a family vision board is to help your family stay focused and motivated towards achieving your goals. By creating a visual reminder of your family’s shared dreams and aspirations, everyone is reminded of what they are working towards and can help support each other.

The beauty of it all is that it can be updated and changed over time as your family’s goals and aspirations evolve. It’s a living document that can be used as a tool for growth and progress, and as a way to celebrate achievements over the years. So let’s get to it!

Step 1: Gather Supplies

Art supplies: markers, pens, highlighters

The first step is to gather all the supplies you’ll need. You’ll need a poster board or large piece of paper, markers, stickers, pictures, and any other craft supplies you want to use. You can also print out pictures or images ahead of time to use on the vision board.

Step 2: Discuss Goals and Dreams

Taking notes on notepad and laptop
Chung Ho Leung/Flickr

Next, it’s time to discuss goals and dreams with your grandchildren. This can be a fun and exciting conversation, as you’ll get to hear what your grandkids hope to achieve in the future. Encourage them to think big and dream without limits. Write them all down on a separate sheet of paper.

Step 3: Create the Vision Board

Vision board supplies
Debra Roby/Flickr

Now it’s time to start creating the vision board! Encourage your grandchildren to use the craft supplies to decorate the poster board or paper. They can draw pictures, write out their goals, and add stickers or other decorations. Use the list of goals and dreams to guide the creation of the vision board.

Step 4: Display the Vision Board

Family vision board
Debra Roby/Flickr

Once the vision board is complete, it’s time to display it for the whole family to see. Hang it up in a prominent place in your home, such as the living room or kitchen. Encourage your grandchildren to look at the vision board often and use it as motivation to achieve their goals and dreams.

Step 5: Update and Celebrate

Finally, remember to update the vision board regularly. As your grandchildren achieve their goals, add new ones to the board. After all, we are always growing and changing as people, especially at a younger age. Celebrate their accomplishments and use the vision board as a guide to shape the years ahead!

In conclusion, making a family vision board with your grandchildren is a fun and meaningful activity that can help bring your family closer together. By discussing goals and dreams and working together to create a visual representation of those goals, you’ll create a shared view for the future that can inspire and motivate your family for years to come. So grab some supplies, gather your grandkids, and start creating your family vision board today!

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