Running Errands with my mom. DUE NEXT TIME: Disclosure signed. WANTED!. Hardworking individual that does not need much sleep to be efficient, positive, and upbeat. HOURS: 24 hours a day 7 days a week for at least 18 years and continual concern for the rest of you life.
DUE NEXT TIME:
Do You REALLY Want This Job NOW?
Responsibilities and Qualities
Assign: PARENT INTERVIEW
What does it take to be a parent?
What plan of attack did you have to win? Why did it work?
How does this relate to your future role of parenting skills or being a caregiver and the responsibilities involved?
Appropriate and Responsible timeline
MOM SONG parent / caregiver later?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXgoJ0f5EsQ parent / caregiver later?MOM SONG
Click to listen to the song
Parenting is full of unselfish acts –
is your personal timeline ready to do these?
Parenting is full of unselfish acts parent / caregiver later?
1. How are parenting skills learned and developed?
2. Explain 3 actions that you can begin taking now to become a better parent later. (tell your neighbor)
Parent’s are legally responsible to provide for the child's needs.
The parent does the giving and the child does the receiving.
All they want for this is…
8 prepare you for or enhance the job of parenting?. Rewards / Opportunities
7. Demands / Challenges
Great emotional satisfaction
Fun and fascinating opportunity to watch a child grown and develop
Opportunity to grow and develop right along with the child.
Gives direction and meaning to your life.
Opportunity for self- fulfillment
Have a hand in influencing the future.
Being unselfish is a fulfilling role.
Not a cure for loneliness. Parenting consists of unselfish actions
24 hour 7 day a week commitment with little time off.
Lifetime commitment and concern
Provide constant nurturing environment.
Takes a lot of energy to be effective.
Costs a great deal of money.
Involves giving without expecting anything in return.
May change the relationship with your spouse.
Allows little opportunity for self-development until the child is older.
Exercise and fresh air
Providing opportunities and teaching children how to get along with others
Encourage talents / hobbies with others
1. Parents are legally responsible to provide for....
A. Their children’s needs
B. Their children’s wants
C. Children’s food and clothing wants
D. Nothing unless they want to be
2. Together parents should....
A. Share the responsibilities for care of the child
B. Get a live-in caregiver to help
C. Spend a lot on money on the kids, they are expensive
D. Spend all of their free time with the children
3. In the parent and child relationship....
A. Parents give and children receive
B. Children give and parents receive
C. Parent and children receive equally
D. Parents and children give equally
4. Before parents are truly able to meet the needs of their children, they must have...
A. An understanding of child development
B. Knowledge of what a child wants
C. Their own basic needs met
D. Practice giving to another person