Manners and etiquette for the modern agea parent’s manual for teaching their kids
Getting a compliment about your well-mannered child is one of the best feelings you can have as a parentbut it doesn’t come easy. Teaching manners to young children can be tough. Let the fun lessons, games, and activities inside A Parent’s Guide to Manners for Kids help make learning proper etiquette a pleasure instead of a chore.
You’ll first understand the best ways to teach manners, and why they make happy children into successful adults. Then, dive into chapters that address all the situations where manners matter mostfrom the “magic words” to everyday scenarios like getting on an elevator or going out to eat. Look forward to watching your child flourish with excellent communication skillsand get prepared for even more compliments and invitations.
Inside A Parent’s Guide to Manners for Kids, you’ll find:
- But why?A section at the end of each chapter helps answer some of the most common questions your young ones might ask.
- All levels of niceThere are easy, moderate, and challenging activities to help teach children of any age or skill level.
- NetiquetteRules for navigating the complex and ever-changing world of technology, social media, and online manners.
Find out how fun and rewarding it can be to teach manners and etiquette in an engaging way.
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||1 - 5 Years|
About the Author
ELISE McVEIGH started Mrs. McVeigh’s Manners in 2003 and has taught thousands of children manners with her original interactive curriculum, which includes storybooks, workbooks, and videos. She is also the etiquette expert and spokesperson for Mattel’s DVD Barbie™: Princess Charm School. McVeigh resides in Dallas with her husband and has three college-aged sons.
Table of Contents
How to Use This Book x
Chapter 1 Teaching Manners, Teaching Success 1
Chapter 2 Everyday Etiquette 9
Chapter 3 Good Impressions 35
Chapter 4 Eating With Manners 61
Chapter 5 Playing Nice 87
Chapter 6 Technology Etiquette 113