133-family_type_cards

133-family_type_cards - home. May become empty shell where...

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NUCLEAR FAMILY Two heterosexual adults, married with biological or adopted children EXTENDED FAMILY a family composed of the nuclear family and other relatives SINGLE PARENT FAMILY Family where children live with only one parent
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HOUSEHOLD all the people living together in a domestic dwelling, not necessarily related. E.g. students sharing a house RECONSTITUTED FAMILY a new family formed when two adults remarry or cohabit and live together with children from a previous relationship EMPTY NEST FAMILY Married couple whose children have left
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Unformatted text preview: home. May become empty shell where they continue to live together, but as separate individuals. Instructions Lay out the cards face down and mixed up in a 5x5 grid (or bigger if you wish to make more cards). Players take it in turns to turn over 2 cards at a time. When they match a picture and definition, they collect the pair and have another turn. When a player turns over 2 cards that do not match, they must turn them face down again and it becomes the next players turn....
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