Critical Thinking Questions
What are the differences between being a biological parent, an adoptive parent, and a foster parent? A foster home is not meant to be a permanent situation, and adoptive parents are the parent until the child is 18. And a biological parent shares the same blood, that’s your child your child u take care of and love that child from birth until death 2. What financial needs are parents obligated to provide and which are optional?
Up to the age of 18 clothes, school, food, place to live , utility bills etc, some leisure activities which would be provided by giving pocket money, educational toys and books, toiletries Christmas presents are optional but cover fun . 3. What other needs might a child have that a parent is expected to provide? love, support, understanding, safe and clean environment 4. What are the qualities of a nurturing parent? I think a nurturing parent would go through absolutely EVERYTHING with and for their child and even in the worst situations would support their children and help them move things forward.
Even if they don’t agree with what has happened. They would try to help them make the future better. Critical Thinking Questions What qualities make a person a good parent? A bad parent? A good parent wouldn’t be selfish, they would be selfless, they would put their children’s needs before their wants . a bad parent would be the opposite. Which parental responsibilities do you think would be the most challenging? Why? Food shelter and necessities needed for life. Being a guide.
Being a guide in life is challenging because life itself is challenging. Which parental responsibilities do you think would be the most interesting to you? Why? Seeing them learn and grasping real world concepts , because u feel accomplished u watch their faces light up with understanding and u think , wow.. I helped with that What are some things that people can do to prepare for parenthood? Go to the parenting classes, read the books, babysit other peoples kids etc