A wide variety of activities and fun ideas that relate to good manners for children are displayed on this website. Some of these are poems, games, songs, finger plays, and snack sharing. Also, the article provides tips on how to encourage desirable behavior such as praising, or even hugging a child. Teachers will also benefit from rules for effective praise. Teachers can share these suggestions with parents.
The children’s song is based on manners and character. It is sung to the tune of Twinkle Little Star. Teachers can incorporate this song into their lessons. I enjoyed this song and I am sure that the students will enjoy this song too. There are other interesting songs that encourage good manners. Also, teachers can encourage parents to play these songs for their children.
Teaching good manners should not be boring and uninteresting. Instead, it should be taught in an environment that is fun and stimulating. This website provides links to specific activities and games and a list of guidelines of manners for adults, friends, in general, and at the dinner table. This is very important for preschoolers since the older they become, the urgency for displaying good manners becomes crucial. Teachers will enjoy browsing through these activities.
It is so pleasing to see a polite toddler. At this age, teachers should instill in children the use of the “magic words” such as thank you, please and many others. When children are taught these words then they are likely to be respectful to older ones. This article highlights five (5) ways to teach manners to preschoolers. Teachers can apply these suggestions and share these with their parents.
Teaching good manners to children is the best gift that teachers and parents can give to children. This article emphasizes the importance of teaching good manners to children and the benefits of doing so. I appreciated the point that it is not the child’s future that is affected by good manners, but the parents' reputation and related factors. As educators, we cannot leave it to the parents alone although they have an important role in that regard.
Today, some parents are not teaching their children good manners and as a result, children are very disrespectful at a very early age. This video presentation is an interview with an etiquette specialist. She highlighted the point that if parents do not have good etiquette or manners they cannot teach them what they have not received – I totally agree. She suggested that good manners can be taught in a fun way and not with a hard hand. Teachers will be inspired by this presentation.