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    Teaching kids manners

  • Marissa Taylor

    How to foster & instill a lifelong sense of gratitude in kids. I've found this is easier said than done so maybe this will give me some new ideas!

  • Shana Talley

    Thank You Card - teach good manners

  • Ron Huxley, LMFT

    Teaching children manners...

  • Lena Giesbrecht

    DELIGHTFUL MOM STUFF: Manners!

  • CompassLearning

    Check out this awesome Teacher Appreciation Week giveaway! You and your child's favorite teacher could win $50 Target giftcards! Whoohooo!

  • Gail Parker

    Growing A Jeweled Rose: parenting tips for raising grateful kids

  • Joni and Friends

    Do you remember to give thanks? The Bible has a lot to say about thanksgiving! Download this activity for kids to see some of the verses in the Bible about giving thanks.

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