1. At this age, they ask more 'why' questions related to the reason they could not stay within their birth families.

    True False

  2. Six to eight year olds need 'fantasy' answers not 'real' answers to their questions about adoption.

    True False

  3. It is important to follow your child\'s lead, when outsiders ask questions about their family.

    True False

  4. 50% of the time, ask your child questions about their thoughts and feelings about their experiences at school or in their community.

    True False

  5. Initiate conversation with an adopted child at least 3 times per week.

    True False

  6. Initiate conversation about feelings and thoughts about adoption on Mother\'s day or Father\'s Day, and even weeks before their birthday.

    True False

  7. W.I.S.E Up is a tool to help children learn how to walk away if someone asks them about their adoption.

    True False

  8. Children have many questions. Utilizing a Question Box allows expression of internal questions, and provides emotional and psychological containment.

    True False

  9. Creating a narrative helps children 'make sense' of their story, and organize their past experiences.

    True False

  10. Utilizing the Womb Intervention helps children and their parents experience a 'shared bonding experience' via a corrective emotional experience.

    True False