• 1. Who is considered the head of a traditional nuclear family?
A) Child
B) Grandparent
C) Father
D) Mother
  • 2. What is the term for a family structure consisting of a mother, father, and their children?
A) Single-parent family
B) Blended family
C) Extended family
D) Nuclear family
  • 3. What is the term for a family structure that includes one or more step-parents, step-siblings, or adopted siblings?
A) Blended family
B) Nuclear family
C) Single-parent family
D) Extended family
  • 4. What type of family structure has only one parent raising the children?
A) Extended family
B) Nuclear family
C) Single-parent family
D) Blended family
  • 5. What is it called when a couple decides not to have children?
A) Polygamous
B) Childfree
C) Monogamous
D) Bigamous
  • 6. What type of family structure involves multiple generations living together?
A) Blended family
B) Single-parent family
C) Nuclear family
D) Extended family
  • 7. Which term refers to family members related by marriage and not by blood?
A) Step-family
B) In-laws
C) Biological family
D) Adopted family
  • 8. What does a patriarchal family structure prioritize?
A) Female authority
B) Child authority
C) Male authority
D) Grandparent authority
  • 9. What type of family structure involves a polygamous marriage involving multiple wives and their children?
A) Monogamous family
B) Polygynous family
C) Polyandrous family
D) Bigamous family
  • 10. What is the term for a family member who shares a common grandparent with you?
A) Sibling
B) Cousin
C) Aunt
D) Nephew
  • 11. In what type of family structure are children raised by their grandparents?
A) Blended family
B) Nuclear family
C) Single-parent family
D) Skip-generation family
  • 12. Which family member is the parent of your parent?
A) Aunt
B) Sibling
C) Grandparent
D) Cousin
  • 13. Who is responsible for the care and upbringing of a child in a custodial family?
A) Grandparent
B) Custodial parent
C) Step-parent
D) Non-custodial parent
  • 14. When a family is formed through the legal or social recognition of a union between partners, it is called ________?
A) Arrangement
B) Marriage
C) Partnership
D) Cohabitation
  • 15. What do you call siblings who are born at the same time from the same mother?
A) Twins
B) Octuplets
C) Triplets
D) Quintuplets
  • 16. The process of legally taking on another person's child as one's own is called ________?
A) Fostering
B) Guardianship
C) Adoption
D) Sponsorship
  • 17. The plural form of parent is ________?
A) Parents
B) Guardians
C) Father
D) Mother
  • 18. In a family, an adult male child is called a ________?
A) Brother
B) Nephew
C) Son
D) Father
  • 19. What is the term for a group of people who live together, share resources, and may include non-biological relationships?
A) Clan
B) Household
C) Tribe
D) Community
  • 20. A legal declaration of a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property after death is called a ________?
A) Inheritance
B) Trust
C) Estate
D) Will
  • 21. What is the term for a child who is adopted into a family raising biological children?
A) Sponsored child
B) Adopted child
C) Guardianship child
D) Foster child
  • 22. When a child is temporarily placed in the care of another family, it is called ________?
A) Foster care
B) Adoption
C) Custody
D) Guardianship
  • 23. Which family member typically has primary responsibility for performing household chores and managing family tasks?
A) Grandparent
B) Mother
C) Oldest child
D) Father
  • 24. What is the term for your mother's sister?
A) Grandmother
B) Stepmother
C) Cousin
D) Aunt
  • 25. What is the relationship between siblings?
A) Parents and children
B) Brothers and/or sisters
C) Aunts and uncles
D) Cousins
  • 26. What term describes a child who has lost both parents?
A) Desolate
B) Grief-stricken
C) Orphan
D) Solemn
  • 27. What is the term for a woman who is married to your brother?
A) Cousin
B) Aunt
C) Mother-in-law
D) Sister-in-law
  • 28. What are children to their grandparents' siblings?
A) Cousins
B) Stepchildren
C) Siblings
D) Nieces and nephews
  • 29. What is the term for your parents' parents?
A) Grandparents
B) Siblings
C) Aunts and uncles
D) Cousins
  • 30. What is the term for the children a person has given birth to?
A) Biological children
B) Adoptive children
C) Stepchildren
D) Foster children
  • 31. What is another term for a big family reunion?
A) Gathering
B) FĂȘte
C) Jamboree
D) Banquet
  • 32. What is considered the foundation of a strong family?
A) Silence
B) Wealth
C) Communication
D) Power
  • 33. What is the term for a legal agreement that allows an adult to make decisions for another person?
A) Executor
B) Beneficiary
C) Power of attorney
D) Trustee
  • 34. What is the legal action taken by a court to end a marriage?
A) Separation
B) Annulment
C) Divorce
D) Alimony
  • 35. What is the relationship between siblings who have one common parent?
A) Step-siblings
B) Half-siblings
C) Only children
D) Twins
  • 36. What term is commonly used to refer to the oldest child in a family?
A) Middle child
B) Firstborn
C) Only child
D) Youngest child
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