(i) Who is usually the head of the family?
(ii) Who takes care of you and cooks your meals at home?
(iii) What do you call your brother's or sister's children?
(iv) Who tells you stories and plays games with you in your family?
(v) Who is older, your aunt or your niece?
(c) Both are the same age
(d) It depends
(i) My __________ takes me to the park to play.
(ii) My ________ helps me with my homework.
(iii) My ___________ are my father's parents.
(iv) My ________ are my brother's children.
(v) My family loves me, and I love my _______.
(i) Who is usually considered the head of the family, and what are their responsibilities?
(ii) How do parents show their love and care for their children?
(iii) What is the role of grandparents in a family, and why are they important?
(iv) Explain who your cousins are and how you relate to them.
(v) Why is family love important, and how does it make you feel?
|1. What are the benefits of talking about your family?|
|2. How can talking about your family help in building relationships?|
|3. What are some common topics to discuss when talking about your family?|
|4. How can talking about your family benefit children?|
|5. How can families encourage open communication about family matters?|