Type
Word Search
Description

well being
affection
share
children
trust
nurture
rules
basic needs
cooperation
respect
father
mother
boundaries
behavior
relationships
conflict
discipline
siblings

Family Consumer Science Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What type of family have relatives in the same household with other parents and children? Extended
What type of family consist a mother, father, and their children? Nuclear
What type of family have one parent raising their children? Single parent
What type of family have children who are made part of the family through legel actions and isn't with their birth parents? Adoptive
Parents encourage their children to learn traditional ways and to respect... Cultural heritage
A group of people who have developed patterns of relationships from being around one another is called what? Society
What is it called when the process families go through as they grow and change? Family life cycle
A custom passed from generations is... Tradition
A brother or sister is known as... Sibling
The number of years between siblings is called... Age span
Competition for the love and attention of parents is called... Sibling rivalry
Parents help their children learn_____ , or ways of relating to other people Social skills
Why is families important? Emotional support
Something that your body must have to function, or work, properly is called... Physical needs
What type of family has a husband and wife, at least one of whom has children from a former relationship? Blended
What type of family takes care of children on short term basis? Foster
What family stage does couple plan their future life together? Beginning
What stage is when the parents focus on being a couple once again? Middle years
What stage is when new members are added to the family? Parenting
What stage is when teens and young adults begin to leave the family home? Launching
What stage is the final stage of the family cycle? Retirement
An expected pattern of behavior is called... Role

Parenting Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Appreciation
Authoritarian
Behavior
Boundaries
Challenged
Communication
Conflict
Consequences
Control
Cooperation
Discipline
Permissive
Punishment
Responsibility
Self esteem

Employability Skills Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a way of ending a conflict. Both sides agree to accept less than they first wanted compromise
skills you need to work well with others. The most important: communication, empathy, cooperation, negotiation, compromise, and sharing. (2 words) interpersonalskills
responsible and respectful ways of behaving that will help you have successful relationships. (2 words) socialskills
deal or bargaining with others negotiate
you understand the importance of working cooperatively with others. (2 words) teamskills
steps taken to end a conflict. (2 words) conflictsolution
rules for polite behavior etiquette
disagreement or clash between people conflict
the ability to understand another person's feelings empathy
good work habits and attitudes that help you succeed in a career. (2 words) employabilityskills
sharing thoughts, opinions, and information with other people communication
discussion that intends to end up in agreement negotiation
standards of behavior people, groups, or society believe to be right and moral ethics

Healthy Relationships Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Equality
Traditional
Consideration
Loyalty
Commitment
Partnership
Lifelong
Unique
Humour
Friends
Family
Fulfilling
Feelings
Communication
Boundaries
Receiving
Giving
Space
Respect
Wisdom
Trust
Sharing
Mutual
Love
Informed
Caring
Humility
Happy
Honesty
Engaging
Content
Bravery

HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

BOUNDARIES
TRUST
GIVING/RECEIVING
COMMITMENT
FIGHT FAIR
HONESTY
EQUALITY
THOUGHTFUL
COOPERATION
PATIENCE
SHARED DECISION MAKING
APPRECIATION
FORGIVENESS
SHARE FEELINGS
ACTIVE LISTENING
GOOD COMMUNICATION
POSITIVE SELF-ESTEEM
SUPPORT
ACCEPTANCE
EFFORT
ENCOURAGEMENT
SAFETY
INTIMACY
GROWTH
RESPECT
BALANCE
UNDERSTANDING
AFFECTION
FAIR
LOVE
FRIENDSHIP
COMPROMISE
PARTNERSHIP
COMMON INTERESTS
FUN
LOYALTY
CARING

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Parenting Styles Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

basicneeds
trust
authority
happy
selfesteem
obedient
happiness
parents
children
impact
demands
absent
indulgent
communicate
teach
establish
democratic
listen
nurture
reasoning
strict
parentingstyles
authoritarian
punishment
rules
permissive
uninvolved
Authoritative

Chapter 2 Responsible Parenting Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The ability to reach a certain level of achievement. Potential
Theorist that believed children's devlopment is affected by how well their needs are met. Maslow
Providing the type of care that encourages healthy growth and development. nurture
Court decides a person is no longer able to parent terminationofrights
temporarily gives an agent the power to act in place of the parent powerofattorney
Appointed by the court to take legal responsibility for a child. gaurdian
Intentinal or neglectful physical, emotional, or sexual injory to a child. childabuse
failure to meet a child's basic physical and emotional needs. Childneglect
freed from parental controls and support emancipated
Air, food, water, sleep, health physiologicalneeds
love, affection, belonging socialneeds
self-respect, self-esteem, confidence, appreciation Esteemneeds
Freedom from danger, sense of security safetyneeds
fullfillment, reaching potential selfactualization

family Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is a group of practice who have developed patterns of relationships from being around one another? society
what are ways parents help their children learn to relate to other people? social skills
what family consists of a mother,father, and children? nuclear
what is a family that consists of a husband and a wife that has a child from previous relationship? blended
what is a family that takes care of children on a short term basis? foster
what is a custom from one generation to another? tradition
what is a spcific group of people that include their common traits? culture
An expected pattern of behavior. role
A sister or brother. siblings
the number of years between siblings is called ? age span
what family consists of relatives other than parents and their children ? extended
A home children have left to be on their own. empty nest
what do you call a predictable stage that begins a couple until their final years? relationship
the stage where new members of the family are added. birth
competition for the love and attention of parents . sibling rivalry
what is something that consists of kids and parents? family
what is the main responsibility a child has to do in the house? chores
what main responsibility a parent is suppose to do in the house? pay bills
a place where a family lives. shelter
what family consists of a mother or father and a child? single

Family Relationships Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Your brothers and sisters Siblings
Two parents and one or more children living in the same place Nuclear family
A family that consists of a married couple and their children from a previous marriage Blended family
A family that includes additional relatives besides parents and children extended family
The temporary placement of children in the homes of adults who aren't related to them foster care
positive feedback that helps others feel appreciated and supported Affirmation
A decision by two married people to live apart from each other separation
a legal end to marriage contract divorce
The legal right to make decisions affecting children and the responsibility for their care custody
the acts of violence involving family members domestic violence
domestic violence or any other form of abuse directed at a spouse spousal abuse
domestic abuse directed at a child child abuse
the failure to provide for a child's basic needs neglect
the abuse or neglect of older family members elder abuse
the pattern of repeating violence or abusive behaviors from one generation to the next cycle of violence

Words Describing Parenting Styles Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Authoritative
Authoritarian
Permissive
Parenting Styles
Punishment
Selfesteem
Uninvolved
Nurture
Strict
Children
Impact
Basicneeds
Happiness
Involved
Trust
Demands
Rules
Parents