Teaching Your Kids Manners

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By In The Playroom

Teaching good manners to your kids is an essential part of their raising. Before teaching manners to your child, you have to pay attention to your habits. Children learn from their surroundings, and your behavior can change their personality. If you want to raise a polite child, it is essential to practice police behavior in front of your child. While learning necessary thank you and please, your child must learn how to become a polite guest. Enforce good manners from the early age of your child. Fortunately, exciting songs on manners are available for assistance. These songs can have a positive influence on the brain of your child. Here are some essential manners to teach to your kids.

Please and Excuse Me

You have to teach your children to say please while asking for something and say thanks after receiving something. Teach your child to discriminate different occasions to say please and thank you. A child must know that he has to say, “Excuse me” while going through crowds, getting the attention of a person or after bumping into someone.

Don’t Interrupt Others

Teach them not to interrupt others between conversations. If they are not a part of two people’s conversation, stay away from it. It is not right to interrupt someone while he is talking to you. Pay attention to the speaker instead of ignoring him.

Don’t Comment on Others

It is impolite to comment on the physical appearance or character of other people unless you want to give a compliment. Parents should avoid negative compliments because these can harm their children. For instance, unnecessary appreciation can destroy the character of your child. Your child should have the ability to take criticism positively.

Take Permission Before Using Something

Your child should know that he has to take permission before using other’s belongings. If they are not sure about anything, it is essential to ask first. Enforce the significance of gratitude. Teach your child the way to write a thank you note. They must know how to write a thank you message after receiving a gift.

Lesson of Hygiene

Teach your child how to stay tidy and healthy. Give him lessons in hygiene, such as cover your mouth while sneezing and coughing. They should not pick their nose and use a tissue. Teach them to say sorry after coughing and sneezing in public. Teach your children to keep this world clean.

Respect Privacy of Other People

Teach your children to respond politely while answer a question. They should learn to respect the privacy of other people. Always knock on a closed door and wait for the response of people before entering in.

Enforce table manners and teach them to avoid sneezing and coughing on a table. Teach them how to clean their clothes and body after eating meals and playing. Teach them to respect elders by standing. Tell them to address people adequately by taking their right name.

These small things can help you to raise a confident child with good manners.

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Anna Marikar, mum of four and seasoned blogger, has spent over a decade sharing her parenting journey and passion for kid-friendly crafts and free printables.
Her easy-to-follow craft ideas and practical parenting advice have transformed In The Playroom into a cherished resource for parents.

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