Childrens manners and morals book
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Everyday Graces: Child's Book Of Good Manners
The old saying that children are like sponges is true; they tend to soak up everything and every influence around them. Manners need to be taught, shown, and reinforced by parents and other adults who have the authority of them. Years ago, "finishing schools" were considered essential for all girls and many boys. Although some of them still exist, many parents don't feel the need to send their children. They're right, but only if they're willing to take the time to teach the lessons on social behavior. If you aren't sure about what is or isn't proper, consider looking into charm schools in your area. You might even want to ask if you can go through the program with your child.
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It can be difficult to devote time to teaching children everyday etiquette. Add to Bag., C ontinued from product description on Historical Books' Page One
We wait for people to exit the elevator or the subway car before boarding. Sometimes it can feel like an uphill battle, especially when you live in go-go, get-ahead Gotham. Turn to a book, of course. Great for: Readers ages 2—5. From public scenarios like waiting in line and attending a party to oft-forgot-but-highly-important reminders like how to treat animals, this easily digestible book covers multiple bases. Great for: Readers ages 3—5.