- Saying "thank you" and learning to appreciate everything they have received
- Saying "please" when asking for something; making a request, not a demand
- At mealtimes, not farting or burping at the table; saying "excuse me" if the huge cannot be controlled
- Not throwing food or talking while the mouth is full; respecting the food at the table; sitting up properly when eating.
- Not interrupting other people during conversations and not shoving their way between people; saying "excuse me" and "sorry" if they are disturbing anyone.
- Respecting each other's belongings and asking permission to borrow anything that belongs to another person
What other good manners should teach them?
What other good manners should you teach your children?
Labels: Good manners and right conduct