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2.2 – Children’s rights questions

Look at the following five subjects below that could possibly be a child’s right: For each, answer on your worksheet yes or no whether you think that is a child’s right, then write your reason for thinking so.

What children might want 
1. To have designer trainers  
2. To go to the cinema  
3. To have friends  
4. To stay over at friends’ houses  
5. To have privacy  

Good, how did you find that exercise? Some of these examples are about building strong relationships, encouraging good self esteem and confidence with your children. This helps to build trust and honesty in your family and can help prepare your child for adulthood. Each family is different and individual – there are no right answers. These relate to what is important to you and your family.

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