Raising Kids with Good Manners

August 19, 2014 - Comment

Studies show that kids who are well-mannered are more confident and successful and have better relationships. What parent doesn’t crave that for their child? In this practical book, parents, teachers, and child-care providers will discover the keys to raising well-mannered children–with results in less than six weeks. From training a two-year-old to say "please" to

Studies show that kids who are well-mannered are more confident and successful and have better relationships. What parent doesn’t crave that for their child? In this practical book, parents, teachers, and child-care providers will discover the keys to raising well-mannered children–with results in less than six weeks. From training a two-year-old to say "please" to talking with a teenage boy about his treatment of girls, this book unfolds step-by-step techniques for teaching manners. It also shows parents how to instill in their children a true concern for others and encourages them to grab hold of every teachable moment they can to show their children something they can use the rest of their lives.

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Whistlers Mom says:

Like finding a diamond in a pile of gravel! Every day I search the Kindle Best Sellers looking for well-written books on subjects that interest me. What I usually find are booklets containing no information of value and written in barely recognizable English. The authors, judging by the titles of their many books, are “experts” on every subject under the sun.This author is not only an excellent writer, she has ONE ebook and it reflects her many years of experience teaching etiquette classes for children. Universities have started adding etiquette classes in hopes of preparing their business and professional students to handle themselves gracefully in social situations. It doesn’t matter how good you are with financial spread sheets, if you talk with food in your mouth while entertaining clients, you aren’t likely to advance very far in your field.It’s sad that so many young people reach adulthood not knowing basic social skills because, as this author points out, a child who knows how to behave…

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