What they know about families

In our society we have only two types of families. Today lets read what children told Children Times’ Chaka Immaculate about families.   “We have an extended and nuclear family. A nuclear family is made of a mother, father and children. My greetings to mum, dad, Shukuru, Madudu and Mutoni.” Gift Nyiringira.
L-R : Gift Nyiringira ; Winnie Ishimwe ; Teta Sonia ; Tonny Cyubahiro ; Sarah Murerwa ; Akariza Amisse ; Elvin Cyubahiro.
L-R : Gift Nyiringira ; Winnie Ishimwe ; Teta Sonia ; Tonny Cyubahiro ; Sarah Murerwa ; Akariza Amisse ; Elvin Cyubahiro.

In our society we have only two types of families. Today lets read what children told Children Times’ Chaka Immaculate about families.  

“We have an extended and nuclear family. A nuclear family is made of a mother, father and children. My greetings to mum, dad, Shukuru, Madudu and Mutoni.” Gift Nyiringira.

“An extended family is made of a father, mother, children, uncle, aunt, grandfather and grandmother, my greetings to mum, dad, Cyuzuzo, Mugisha and Tanga.” Winnie Ishimwe.

“A nuclear family is made of a father; mother and children. My greetings go to mum, dad, baby Soni and Manzi.” Teta Sonia.

“In an extended family we find, mum, dad, children, grandmother, grandfather, uncle and aunt. My greetings go to mum, dad, Sam and Esther.” Sarah Murerwa.

“In a nuclear family we find, a mother, father, children and the maids. My greetings go to my mum, dad, Doreen, Keza and my best friend Kevin.” Akariza Amisse.

“In a family, we find a father, mother, children, uncle, aunt, grandfather, grandmother or grandchildren some times. My greetings go to mummy and daddy.” Tonny Cyubahiro.

“A nuclear family is composed of a mother, father, children and house helps. My greetings go to mummy, daddy, my brother Kevin and other people at home.” Elvin Cyubahiro.                     

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