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    Manners
    How Rude! An Age-by-Age Guide to Teaching Kids Manners
    What's the path to good manners for your children? Get age-appropriate tips for raising polite children, from toddlers to teens, who behave well at the dinner table and beyond. ...
    Erin Dower
  • Kids
    Manners
    General Manners for Kids & Parents
    Double dipping. "Please" and "Thank You." How are the kids doing when it comes to the social graces? The answers to these five questions may tell -- and we'll tally the score. ...
  • Familyeatingbreakfast
    Manners
    How Rude! An Age-by-Age Guide to Teaching Kids Manners
    What's the path to good manners for your children? Get age-appropriate tips for raising polite children, from toddlers to teens, who behave well at the dinner table and beyond. ...
    Erin Dower
  • Kids
    Table Manners
    Table Manners for Kids and Parents
    Elbows on the table and trips to the restroom during dinner -- how are your kids doing when it comes to social graces at the dinner table? ...
  • Kids
    Manners
    The Magic Words: Teaching Your Toddler Manners
    The Magic Words: Teaching Your Toddler Manners In teaching your two-year-old how to behave politely, concentrate on the "magic words." This teaching will feed into your child's already strong urge to learn and master new words. You can heighten ...
  • Kids
    Table Manners
    Manners and Mealtime Just Don't Mix
    Manners and Mealtime Just Don't Mix Q-tip Most toddlers (and preschoolers) do not have very exotic tastes. So if you and your partner prefer foods that your child doesn't like, try to make something simpler for him. Mealtime for toddlers is nev...
  • Kids
    Interacting With People
    Dealing with the Disabled
    Dealing with the Disabled Here are 10 practical tips that will help you avoid feeling socially disabled when dealing with the disabled: Mind Your P's and Q's Remember, everything is relative: Some disabled writers have referred to nondisabled p...
  • AAP Says Interactive Screen Time Could Be Healthy
    AAP Says Interactive Screen Time Can Be Healthy
    When it comes to screen time and kids, it isn't all bad news. The American Academy of Pediatrics offers guidelines on how to make screen time healthy and educational.
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  • Kids
    Interacting With People
    Invitations: Sending and Receiving
    Invitations: Sending and Receiving People are almost always pleased to receive an invitation, and they are especially pleased to receive one that is properly composed and presented. Replying First, let's have a look at some suggestions that a...
  • Kids
    Writing Letters
    E-mail Etiquette
    E-mail Etiquette The ease of e-mail makes it ideal for casual correspondence, but it should be seen as a supplement to, and not a replacement for, other types of correspondence. Some situations demand a formal letter, a telephone call, or a ...
  • Kids
    Writing Letters
    Writing Letters: The Letter Format
    Writing Letters: The Letter Format Some people have trouble starting a letter but, once started, can continue comfortably. It's a good idea to mentally go over the main things you want to say before starting. You can begin with a bit of good new...
  • Kids
    Interacting With People
    Dealing with Bad News Gracefully
    Dealing with Bad News Gracefully More often than we'd like to think, and often when we least expect it, people we know end up getting fired, going into bankruptcy, having accidents, getting indicted, and experiencing the death of a loved one....
  • Kids
    Interacting With People
    Dealing with the Visually Impaired
    Dealing with the Visually Impaired In general, guide dogs are working animals, not pets. So don't pet them. In fact, don't call their names or distract them in any way. Allow the dogs to accompany their owners into all stores and buildings. Thes...
  • Kids
    Interacting With People
    Dealing with the Disabled
    Dealing with the Disabled Here are 10 practical tips that will help you avoid feeling socially disabled when dealing with the disabled: Mind Your P's and Q's Remember, everything is relative: Some disabled writers have referred to nondisabled p...
  • Kids
    Interacting With People
    Overcoming Stage Fright
    Overcoming Stage Fright Everybody gets it. Everybody can get over it. Third-degree stage fright manifests itself as a revved-up heart beat, elevated blood pressure, a flushed face, and trembling hands. When you have stage fright, you're experie...
  • Kids
    Manners
    The Magic Words: Teaching Your Toddler Manners
    The Magic Words: Teaching Your Toddler Manners In teaching your two-year-old how to behave politely, concentrate on the "magic words." This teaching will feed into your child's already strong urge to learn and master new words. You can heighten ...
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    Fact Monster - a safe online educational space for kids

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  • Kids
    Interacting With People
    Children and Gift Giving
    Children and Gift Giving If a child wants to give a teacher a gift at Christmas or Hanukkah, on a birthday, or at the end of the school year, the gift should not be extravagant. In fact, encourage your child to get the class to offer a gift to...