What do you want to be when you grow up?

By the Vision editors As parents, it is worth exploring your children’s answers to this question at each stage of their lives.

To best view the content on this page, please rotate your device to the Landscape (horizontal) position.

What do you want to be when you grow up? This is a question that every child is asked throughout their childhood. As parents, it is worth exploring your children’s answers at each stage of their lives. Naturally their plans for the future will change over the years, but each new dream says a lot about what your children value, who they see as role models, and where their passions lie. By taking time to talk with your children about their life goals, you will help them develop and hone the skills they need to weigh and measure their choices and make good life decisions that will bring them the greatest sense of happiness and fulfillment.

Discussion starters:

1. What do you want to be when you grow up? Why?

2. What are the educational requirements to become a ________________? Do you think you can handle those requirements?

3. What qualities does it take to be a ________________? Do you think you possess these qualities? Do you think your friends and teachers think you possess these qualities?

4. Who do you think is the best ________________ever? What made them so good?

5. Is this a choice that you believe would please God and your family?

6. Is this a choice that would give you joy?

Download handout

Objective: To help your children learn the art of discernment where through prayer, wise counsel, and introspection, they can be confident in the life choices they make.

2013 © TrueQuest Communications

Comments

Sponsors
Sponsors

SOCIALIZE

CALENDAR

Click on a date below to see the vocation events happening that day!