In Islam, Muslim children are considered as precious gifts from Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala. Medical science says that a child inside his mother’s womb starts listening to what his mother says and in which environment he lives. When he is born, he starts memorizing the sounds that he hears. So the child’s learning starts prior to his birth. the mother’s responsibility starts from the day she conceives. She should make duas for her child to be born, to be a good Muslim. One responsibility of a parent is to make sure the child gets educated.
A Muslim parent is responsible to teach their children that they should treat people the same way that they would like to be treated and that they should have good manners and good habits because Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala dislikes people with bad manners and bad habits. They should be taught how to be clean so that they could look after themselves when they’re older.
Another responsibility is to show love and gratitude to elders (parents), speak with respect and kindness, and do anything that will make our elders (parents) happy. When someone is sick we should take care of them, stop, look and listen when your parents call them, do what elders tell to do, and help everyone.
It is the responsibility of children to take care of their pets. It is the children’s responsibility to dress properly. It is also the children’s responsibility to make sure they keep good company (good friends that have a good influence on you), to work hard in their studies and at school.