In this study, the purpose is to examine the relationship between mother-child relation and father attitudes and the perspective on moral and social-conventional rules of the 6 year-old children attending to preschool education institutions. A total of 122 six-year-old children attending to preschool education institutions and their parents were included in the study group. Scale of Moral and Social-Conventional Rules Knowledge was used in order to collect the data regarding the children's perspective on moral and social-conventional rule. Parental Acceptance Rejection Questionnaire - Mother Form, PARQ was used in order to determine the mother-child relations. Family Attitude Inventory was used in order to determine the father attitudes. Pearson Correlation Coefficient was used in the analysis of data. In conclusion, a significant relation was found between mothers' Warmth and Love and Lack of Interest sub-dimensions of Parental Acceptance - Rejection Questionnaire - Mother Form and children's perception of the moral rules; and there is also a significant relation between Democratic/Authoritative Child Care and Attitudes and Obedience sub-dimensions of Family Attitude Inventory of fathers and social punishment scores of the children (P<.05).