Start Your Query: 
  1. Go to Analysis > Information Library 
  2. Click Add an ad-hoc query 
  3. Select the Source View of Constituents 
Add criteria fields to Include Records Where: 
  1. First, to find a constituent that is not in a Household, in the left column, expand Households Belonging To. Beneath this node, highlight Household Constituent. From the middle column, drag "Last/Organization/Group/Household name" to Include Records Where. Set this to be blank. 
  2. To find children, you can use either Age, Relationship Type, both fields, or another field that might help you to identify children: 
    1. To filter based on age: Highlight Constituents at the top of Browse for Fields in. From the middle column, drag Age into Include Records Where. Set this to be between 1 and 18 (or another age of your choice). Note: Constituents with a blank birth date have an age of 0. 
    2. To filter based on relationship type: From the left column, highlight Relationships. From the middle column, drag "Reciprocal relationship" to Include Records Where. Set this to be equal to or one of Child, Son, or Daughter. 
Add fields to help you identify children to Results Fields to Display: 
  1. We recommend adding fields like this to help you identify these records: 
    1. Name (already in Results Fields to Display by default) 
    2. Relationships\Relationship Type 
    3. Relationships\Reciprocal relationship type 
    4. Relationships\Related constituent name 
    5. Age 
Once your query is created, you can use the Query Browse function to Browse to the Constituent Page. From the Constituent Page, you can add the constituent to a household using the following steps: 
  1. On the Constituent Record, from the left column under Tasks, click "Add <Constituent Name> to a group or household."
  2. Search for the household the child needs to be added to and click OK.