Basic Manners For Kids We Should Know

Credit Image : Pixabay.com Basic manners for kids are some manners we can teach to our children so that, hopefully, they become kind, polite...

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Basic manners for kids are some manners we can teach to our children so that, hopefully, they become kind, polite, and have good manners.These good qualities of manners should be part of their everyday behaviour when interacting with other people. It is important for us to teach good manners to children at a young age, since a child absorbs everything for the first 6 years of their life. The child has a different relationship with his environment than we do. The child absorbs it. The things he sees are not just remembered; they form part of his soul. He incarnates in himself all that is in the world around him that his eyes see and his ears hear. -Maria Montessori, "The Absorbent Mind" The development of the brain during the first 6 years of a child's life is so important that it effects the way a child behaves when he becomes an adult. Children develop 85% of their core brain structure by the time they are five years old. Your child will now build on this core foundation for the rest of her life.(from: Age of Montessori) That is why teaching a child basic manners at a young age is important so that it becomes their habit and, hopefully, they become good, kind, polite people in the future.

Here are 5 ways to teach basic manner for kids:


Say "Please" When asking for something

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    When asking for something, you should say, "Please". For example, teach your children to say "please" every time they ask something of their teacher at school. Another example, such as when your child needs help from you or his or her sibling, they have to use the word "please". This habit will continue until they become adults and meet other people in their life. That will make them polite people. 

    Say "Thank You" when someone helps you or something is given to you

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    Teach your child to say "thank you" every time they are given something by someone. Not only that, when someone helps your children, tell them to say "thank you" to the person who helped her/him. This lesson will teach your child to appreciate others and be thankful for the assistance he or she has received.

    Speak in a polite manner with other people.

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    Teach your children to speak in a polite manner with other people. When someone asks them something, they should politely respond. For example, if someone asks "How are you?", they should say how they are and ask how they are. Speaking in a polite manner will teach a child to control their emotions. They will not easily burst into anger because they are used to controlling their emotions and speaking in a very nice and polite way.

    Teach your children to say,"Yes please" or "No please," instead of "Yep" or "Nope"

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    When responding to something, use the complete word "yes please" or "no please" when responding. This teaches your children to respect other people. Using the complete word "yes please" and "no please" in their daily conversation with other people will also teach your child to have good manner.

    Using the word "Excuse me," when needing someone's attention and waiting patiently

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    Teach your children to say "excuse me" when she or he needs someone's attention and to wait patiently. This habit teaches your child to have a good manner. He or she will never interrupt other people's conversation, which is considered rude behaviour. Source : Pinterest Bassic Manner by Billy Roan  

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