Elderly Crafts Products

Elderly Crafts Products are a great way to get Mom and Dad involved to help stimulate their mind and get them

engaged either individually or as a group if at the Adult Day Care or Assisted Living Centers or when remaining in their home.

Word games and Maze Games can be especially helpful for Mom or Dad if they need a little challenge with memory or recognizing objects or items from the past.Whether for everyday elderly activities or special occasions for home by themselves or in groups for Holidays or seasonal activities these crafts or games each recommended below can create many hours of engagement and fun for them and the family.

Holiday Word Games and Crafts


Printable Spring Word Find

Printable Spring Word Puzzle


Printable Valentine Tic-Tac-Toe

Printable Valentine Bingo - Dark Pink


Father's Day Word Search

Harvest Word Puzzle


Famous Pairs Word Scramble

Names Of The King Word Search

Knitting and Quilting Craft Products



Explorations in Brioche Knitting: TWO skeins of Cascade 220 Yarn

Adventures in Double-Knitting: Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sport Yarn


Chevron Squares Quilt Kit


Starry Irish Chain Quilt Kit


2014 Block of the Month: Craftsy Color Theory Class & Quilt Top Kit Bundle


Rolling Meadows Quilt Kit


Easy Crafts


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