Parents should be held responsible for their childs crime's,, they raised them , they need to take responsiblity for the kids doing if a kid can go a spray paint on someone elses property, the police/property owner can come and spraypaint the kid's parents house after a while the parents will be sick of it, and punish their children properly. I think that we would all agree that each parent should approach their parenting with a large amount of love and humility, but that their child must also be taught the basic rules required to thrive in a civilized society. Many parents think that it's premature to teach values to a toddler or preschooler but that's a misconception here are the values that all children should develop by their fifth birthday, and. You should be facing your parents, looking at them and smiling you should acknowledge the chips by saying ok, thanks, or something else pleasant the chips should be put in a specified container.
Personally, i don't think so i don't see what my child is going to read that is going to be so horrible and traumatic i remember when i was about 10 and my parents were unhappy with a book of. No matter what you do you can never really be ready for taking care of a human life a license would not even ensure that parents will follow the rules a large amount of our population does not follow rules. Parents of boys and girls probably dont tell them in the same wayhow you learn about this,depends on what age you're atyou can learn from your friends or teachers or parents i don't think schools have any responsibility to teach thisparents should be straight with their children and shouldn't hide anything. There must be a lot of bored people if they are getting this bizarre it's also such a stupid example of consent because what if the baby is saying no and it happens anyway isn't that reinforcing consent is meaningless if there were any validity to this then it seems more likely to get the opposite result.
I think they should keep the child problems and all an adopted child should be just like you gave birth if the child is missing their original home then take i don't think a child should be given up after adoption but i think the parents should be alowed to foster a child for 6-8 months to see if the child. I think parents should be charged with their children's cyber-bullying yeah, i know its all the kid's doing, but, parents are in charge of their kids until they are eighteen, or graduate then they are adults now. Parents should therefore act as gatekeepers to prevent their children from watching tv and playing video games, thereby negating the influence of media once a child uses violence, it reveals that his or her parents have habitually failed to fulfil those duties. You should spend about 40 minutes on this task write about the following topic: some members of society think that parents should teach children how in my opinion it definitely falls to the parents to make sure that their children get the best start in life possible and that they do all they can in terms of. @rojo i think parents should only call their kids if they have reason to be worried, otherwise, i think they can wait to ask whatever later cell phones have become electronic leashes to a large degree and short of something vitally important i think parents should just leave their kids alone 90% of the time.
If you take your child's side in this case, you might say you agree that you think the teacher is stupid, and that she's doing a terrible job you agree that your child doesn't have to do all that homework because clearly, the teacher is wrong. In the long run you're teaching your kid a few things by spanking (i can just be sneakier and not get caught, hitting people who do/say things i don't like is a valid way to deal with problems, or i should just go along with whatever because i don't want to be hit), but you're not teaching them common sense or other healthy life skills. If he falls, the parent should be there for support him at thesame time, it is normal because the child want to assert him and to be somebody, not only to be nevertheless, i can't help thinking that a child have to be supported by his parents the parents absolutely have to interfere with their decisions.
If a parent has done their job correctly, a child of around 10 should be able to know the difference between right and wrong, and what the consequences are age seven is the age of reason they do understand what is right but not what the result of actions can be. Kids know technology better than their parents do if you rely on technology to monitor your kids or prevent them from engaging in online risks you are getting a false sense of security. What is important is that parents should learn where restrictions are needed and where it is important to give room to children having absolutely no restrictions and letting children do whatever they feel like would be very wrong they are not mature enough to solve all problems and they have to be.
I am a 15 year old freshman in high school i think that by around 8th grade you should be allowed to have a phone unless you have really screwed stuff up somehow. I think, parents should not be blamed totally for their child's behavior, maybe partially this is because there are a lot of factors that would shape a person's behavior and that includes friends, classmates, workmates, relatives, etc but of course, when parents see that their children are doing some bad. Best answer: yes, but only to an extent i think sometimes the whole being yourself thing goes too far granted, no parent tells their child to be themselves, meaning that they can do whatever they want to however, unless you clarify that it's okay to be yourself as long as it's not hurting others, sometimes being yourself isn't the best thing. Some parents think that they should not be held responsible for their children's action most children today are so free-willed and independent, that parents should be responsible for their children's behavior because they are the one who gave them life it is their responsibility to provide care, food.