Parents’ Day Plus

These Parents’ Day Plus resources: Single Parents Day, Parents’ Day, United Nations Global Day of Parents, Grandparents’ Day and Stepfamily Day are consolidated for your convenience. If you have any to share with others, please, send the link using the contact box below. Resources are in alphabetical order according to the resource titles. If you find a broken link please use the contact form below.

Cheap is good, free is better! It is my endeavor to locate no-cost resources for parents but occasionally some websites will charge some type of membership fees or subscription. Ultimately, it is the parent’s responsibility to monitor their child’s online activities.


National Single Parents Day

Proclamation 5166 — National Single Parent Day, 1984

Single Parents’ Day

PARENTS’ DAY – 4th Sunday in July

14 Parents Day Activities To Try

8 Ways to Celebrate National Parents’ Day

Celebrate Parents’ Day!

National Parents Day

Parents’ Day 2014, 2015 and Further

Parents’ Day

Parents’ Day

Parents’ Day

Parents’ Day Activities

Parents’ Day Crafts

Parents’ Day in United States


Happy Parent’s Day

Parents Day


UN Global Day of Parents

GRANDPARENT’S DAY – 1st Sunday After Labor Day

Grand Activities for Grandparents Day

Grandparents Day Activities for Kids

Grandparents’ Day


Grandparents’ Day

Grandparents Day Crafts, Activities, and Cards

Grandparents’ Day Crafts and Activities for Kids

National Grandparents Day 2014: Sept. 7

Organize A Grandparent’s Day In Your Local Schools


A Song For Grandma and Grandpa

Call Me Maybe Response Video – Grandparents Day Edition

Grandparents Day – Givin’ It Up For Grandparents

National Grandparents Day Song – Johnny Prill

STEPFAMILY DAY – September 16

National Step Family Day

National Step Family Day

National Step Family Day

Stepfamily Day

Stepfamily Day 2014, 2015 and Further

Stepfamily Day Games

Stepfamily Day Ideas – National Stepfamily Day Picnic Ideas

NOTE: If you have links to suggest for inclusion or if you find a broken link, contact me at the form below.

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New Jersey 24-Hour Family Helpline: 1-800-THE-KIDS

Parents Anonymous® of New Jersey, Inc.
Phone: (609) 585-7666
Fax: (609) 585-7686

Join the Online Support Group
Wednesdays 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. EST
Thursdays 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST

Facebook: Parent Rap – Soup To Nuts

Parents Anonymous® Inc.
Phone: (909) 621-6184
Fax: (909) 621-0614

National Parent Helpline
1-855-4A PARENT OR 1-855-427-2736
Hours: Monday – Friday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. PST

About Jackie Saulmon Ramirez

Jackie has volunteered for more than twenty years for children and family issues. Currently she writes for parents in the "Reminder" and "Parent Rap" Facebook page. If you are interested in receiving the "Reminder," send her a message.
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4 Responses to Parents’ Day Plus

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  2. I never realised there was a Single Parents Day. That’s a good thing that it exists. I have known a few single mums and dads and its a tough job, being a father and mother in one. I respect them all the more for it.



    • Jackie Saulmon Ramirez says:

      Hi Vijay,
      Yes, there are several varieties of Parents Day and I was a bit disappointed there was not more links available for information and activities to share with parents and children. Single parents trying to fill the needs of their children is a non-stop marathon. Most of the time, single parents face more financial and emotional stress simply because they are alone. These parents do not get a break; I certainly give them respect for working hard to support their children physically, financially and emotionally throughout their lives. I complain often about my husband’s lack of parenting skills but he supported our daughters 100% financially and he was present. This week he finished paying off Chelsey’s college loans – that is something some single parents cannot do.
      Thank you, Vijay, for your thoughtful comment.


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