Mind Your Manners Use to teach Making Connections (using Prior Knowledge)
bible stories, rhyming & letters for 3-5 year olds
Manners That Matter for Moms: The Essential Book of Life Skills for Your Kids. This is so important! I really hate it when I do something for someone or get them something and they don't send me a THANK YOU! I took the time out of my busy day to get you/your kid/ or whoever a gift you can take the time to write me a damn thank you!!!! Can I get an amen?!?!?
free games to promote good manners in kids
Miss Poppins: 23 Manners Every Child (& Adult) Should Know. I agree with everything except the last (gendered pink & blue) ones. Everyone should be polite and open doors for everyone else. It's not a boy/girl thing any more.
Beyond manners - teach children respect. Disrespectful behavior can be difficult to address if there is emotion, anger and defensiveness. Saying, “Your behavior is unacceptable, we will talk about this later” gives parents time to calm down and determine how to handle the situation. Time also allows children to calm down and think about what happened.
Parents who are teaching their children to use social media in a responsible manner. I guarantee those parents will never be having to bail these children out of jail when they are older. TRAIN UP A CHILD IN THE WAY THEY SHOULD GO, AND THEY WILL NOT DEPART FROM IT....
Template for personal interviews with kids. I love that it focuses on the good first and prompts you how to properly work together to address concerns. And I love, love, love that it ends with prayer and hugs! Great idea!
Melvin throws fit after fit when he doesn't get what he wants. He must learn how to deal with disappointment. After all, you get what you get and you don't throw a fit.
Rules centerpiece from Living on Love and Cents
I love everything about this! (via NC Now | Miss Nancy's Manners Camp in her 200 year old antebellum home teaches youngster manners and etiquette. Great idea and she is a wonderful southern lady | UNC-TV).
Manners kids often forget ( and parents forget to teach.) I'm pinning so I can try and remember when the time comes!
Let's Fly Chipper ($0.99) playfully teaches kids about what to pack, going through security in the airport, and how to be a respectful passenger. The positive storytelling offers parents a reinforcement tool for teaching good manners and social skills. Animated educational story Watch, listen, and learn playfully Pause control Easy slide and tap for little hands Supports early education for social skills, arts & literature and science Bonus Coloring pages