Guide to knowing your Family Ties is a child-friendly guide to understanding who is who within the family circle, ie: great aunts to cousins once removed, set out for a young child to understand.
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This guide is to help children of all ages understand where their family members and distant relations stand in their family circle.
My Parents are my Mother and Father.
My Sisters and My Brothers:
I have one sister who is older than me
I have one sister who is younger than me
I have three brothers, the Twins are the eldest And the other is my baby brother
My Parents and my sisters and brothers are Known as my immediate family! My sisters and brothers are also known as my siblings.
One of my brothers has a girlfriend; they have just got engaged. She is now my brothers Fiancée. My brother is now called a Fiancé by his girlfriend.
But when they get married she will become my brother’s wife and to me she will be my Sister-in-law.
To my mother and father she will be their daughter in law.
With all my immediate family, this is also known as my family tree.
The tree starts when you are born, and as more family members are born the tree gets bigger.
This is called family ties; family ties are what bond`s a family together.