Family Interview Questions
- a) Tell me something about______(child) and the things he/she likes to do
The child always wants to do playing and some of the children do playing in the sand in water, dress up characters, make blocks, dance, and shape sorters. Playing is one of the most important ways children learn and the child’s also enabled the individual child to the development and the mom and dad learn about the child what the child do in a daily way. The child also loves the cats and the dogs. In my home, my letter sister loves that day of the hull year its birthday. And one more thing the child loves to do to eat cake and ice cream it is all things the child like to do.
- b) What do you find helpful about your child’scurrent childcare arrangements?
We have to do the current childcare arrangement we have to do the check the childcare canter and their policy check of it we have to do that most in the and the childcare canter or many types like the babysitter, and the mother’s helper, nanny, au pair and the many more childcare centersin the childcare canter we have to see that the canter having to show the love to the children and we remember to over child we also find the quality child care and set the limits. Take care of the child and stay positive do the current childcare arrangement.
- c) Is your child in care full-time/part-time? How do you find the childcare schedule in terms of hours they are available?
Thenanny, This woman whose do the job to look after some of thenannies usually lives within the family that we have she works for the childcare center. in the full time, we have the childcare canter to give a child infull time to the childcare canter if we all are busy in some work so we give the child for it to the full time and the part-time we are busy in the work in the day but not the full day work so we give it for the same hours in the child cate canter it is part-time.and the child care options and the possible solutions in the child carte canter.
- d) What other services or supports does this center/educator offer to you and your family?
To the family support services are the communication is based on the service that the assistantand the parents also have the support in their role as caregivers. and the place where we have the toddlers and the younger kids are liftedbywe remember to over child we also find the quality child care and set the limits. Take care of the child and stay positive do the current childcare arrangementso we can be properly looked the parents are also involved in the daily chores to the family support services are the communication is based on the service that the assistant.(Ward, ad et,. 2021).
- e) How are the child-related responsibilities handled or shared in your family?
In the family, we have all responsibilities to handleall responsibilities like cooking a meal for the child tending a garden, caring for the younger siblings, and taking out the trash mostly the responsibilitiesof the child to its mom and the mom have all responsibilities of the childlike and the basic nutrition abs the basic health care service abs the shelter be the protected it is the same of the responsibilities for the mom and the and the same time the father also have the same of the responsibilities of the child and the father is responsibilities for all the responsibilities outside it.(Ward, D. ad el,.2021).
- f) What qualities do you look for in quality care and in an Early Childhood Educator/ and or caregiver?
In the child care center, we have to look for the qualities and the quality of care full of curiosity and the eagerness for learning, and the touch to do little kids can be impulsive and reactive and many more qualities we want we have the same flexibility, empathy. Ans the same qualities of a good teacher include skills and the skills of communication listening and empathy and patience. The value of real-world learning and the lifelong love of learning it is the qualities (Roeters, ad el., 2016).
- g) What do you find to be the most challenging part about raising a young child?
That is the most challenging part of the child-raising a young child we have the most the health of the child and the lack of emotional bonding, lack of trust, and understanding lake of time,imbalanced life is the most of the thing we have tobe the most challengingpart about the child (Conroy, T. 2019).
- h) Who do you have extra support to help with parenting, etc.? Do you have family here in town or friends you can rely on?
We have the support to help with the parenting In the family, we have all responsibilities to handle all responsibilities like cooking a meal for the child tending a garden, caring for the younger siblings, and taking out the trash mostly the responsibilities and we also have friends to rely on this town same time we have the in my family I see that the all family is very helpful (Roeters, ad el,. 2016).
i ) Would you please tell me about a typical day in the life of your family.
In my family, one day is a very bad day for me, and my family that day I and my little brother we are playing with each other on the road and I am going to do something after I come in 5 minutes then I come I see my brother and my brother accident with the car and my brother is no more it is a very sad day in my family (Conroy, T. 2019).
- j) What is something you really enjoy doing with your child/ren?
In the real enjoyment, I do with the child I play with it and the many more things to do with the child I do the helping someone they admire and going to the park with it, and coloring. In the family, we have all responsibilities to handle all responsibilities like cooking a meal for the child tending a garden, caring for the younger siblings (Roeters, ad el,.2016).
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