Heber Hunt Elementary School strengthened generational bonds with its Grandparents Day activities on Friday, March 6.

Grade levels rotated in shifts as grandparents and great-grandparents spent time with students in classrooms working on educational activities, sharing a snack in the gym and checking out the book fair.

Students who did not have family members in attendance were paired with teachers, classmates' grandparents and even a teacher's mother.

In the photos:

READING: Sue Simmer reads "Little Penguin" to her granddaughter, Taylinn Brobst, who is focused on her cookie during Grandparents Day on Friday, March 6, at Heber Hunt Elementary School.

PHOTO: Tim and Diana Twyman pose for a photo with their granddaughter, Riley Rangere, during Heber Hunt's Grandparents Day.

BATTLESHIP: Rondall Williams checks coordinates on his grid as he and his grandfather, Jim Huff, play "Battleship Hunt" as part of Grandparents Day at Heber Hunt Elementary.

HUG: Carolyn Coonce gets a hug from her grandson, Damien Rochin, as she arrives for Grandparents Day at Heber Hunt.