The family - The root gives life to a tree. The family gives life to mankind.

Grade of Class:

primary school students aged 11-12 students 13-14 and their parents Number of students in one class: 15 to 17

The familyThe root gives life to a tree. The family gives life to mankind.

By Dragan Gjorgievski

Subject  taught: Ethics and Ethics in religion

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