Good Manners

Good Manners
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This activity will help your child to learn good manners

10 minutes
0 - 60 months
Group size
0 - 8 tots


Please walk through the pictures above and explain to your child why good manners are essential and how they should practice.

Tell the child to greet their parents in the morning.
When someone visits you, invite them to sit down.
Similar to greeting parents, greet your friends when you meet them.
Listen attentively when someone is speaking to you.
Cover your mouth when you sneeze so you don't spread germs.
Wash your hands with soap and water before and after every meal.
Try to be quiet when someone is sleeping.
Always use zebra crossing to cross the road.
You must stand in a safe spot while you are waiting for the bus or taxi.
Be quiet while reading in the library.
Say "Please" when you need help.
Always knock the door / ring the door bell before you enter someone's house.
Say "Thank you" for the presents received.
Always help others.
To avoid pollution, throw your garbage in trash or recycle.

Developmental skills