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365 manners kids should know : games, activities, and other fun ways to help children and teens learn etiquette

Author: Sheryl Eberly; Caroline Eberly
Publisher: New York : Three Rivers Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : [1st rev. ed.]View all editions and formats
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Using a smart one-manner-a-day organization, the author explains not only what manners to teach, but also how--and at what ages--to present them. Topics covered include: when and where it's appropriate to text; how to write a thank-you note; the proper way to handle an online bully; and how to behave at events like birthday parties, weddings, and religious services.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Eberly, Sheryl.
365 manners kids should know.
New York : Three Rivers Press, ©2011
(DLC) 2011007285
(OCoLC)703209277
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sheryl Eberly; Caroline Eberly
ISBN: 9780307952462 0307952460
OCLC Number: 774536273
Notes: "Fully updated and revised for the 21st century"--Cover.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: November 12 At a school dance --
November 13 When your child is behind the camera --
November 14 When your child is in front of the camera --
Be a Great Guest (and Host) --
November 15 A good attitude for a good guest --
November 16 What a guest should pack --
November 17 Nice things for a guest to say --
November 18 How to become a guest who is invited again --
November 19 Say goodbye and leave promptly --
November 20 Being a good host --
November 21 For first-time guests --
November 22 Serving food to your friends --
November 23 The right guest list --
November 24 Inviting friends over again --
November 25 Sleepovers: bathroom etiquette --
November 26 Sleepovers: bedtime etiquette --
November 27 Sleepovers: mealtime etiquette --
November 28 Guests go first --
Be a Model American --
November 29 The national anthem --
November 30 Pledge of Allegiance --
December 1 Care of the U.S. flag --
December 2 Appreciating ideals and learning patriotism --
December 3 When in another country --
December 4 Being part of a community --
Beeing Green --
December 5 Environmental manners --
December 6 At home --
December 7 At a friend's house --
December 8 At school --
December 9 At the grocery store --
December 10 Birthday party --
December 11 Out on the town --
December 12 When you travel --
Be a Good Sport --
December 13 Enjoy the game --
December 14 Rituals at athletic events --
December 15 Good sportsmanship --
December 16 The valued teammate --
Being Considerate to People with Special Needs --
December 17 Visiting someone who is sick --
December 18 Relating to people with disabilities --
December 19 People with visual problems --
December 20 People with hearing loss --
December 21 People in wheelchairs --
Gifts --
Giving and Getting --
December 22 Birthstones --
December 23 Gifts --
December 24 Choosing a gift --
December 25 Giving gifts at home --
December 26 Gifts for the host --
December 27 "No gifts" --
December 28 Occasions to give a gift --
December 29 Opening. Gifts at a party --
December 30 When your child doesn't like the gift --
December 31 When your child receives duplicate gifts. Note continued: September 25 Napkin etiquette --
September 26 Ten things your child should never do at the table --
September 27 Second helpings --
September 28 When to begin eating --
September 29 Leaving the table early --
September 30 Serving a meal --
October 1 Cleansing the palate --
October 2 At the end of a formal meal --
October 3 Food your child hates --
October 4 When your child is allergic to certain foods --
October 5 Afternoon tea --
October 6 The protocol of afternoon tea --
October 7 Serving tea --
Stay Out of Sticky Situations with Food! --
October 8 Removing items from your mouth --
October 9 How to handle special diets --
October 10 How to eat difficult foods --
October 11 Eating bread --
October 12 Eating a salad --
October 13 Eating soup --
October 14 How to eat pasta --
October 15 How to eat shish kabob --
October 16 Corn on the cob --
October 17 Eating lobster --
October 18 Eating fried chicken --
October 19 Pizza --
October 20 Crunching ice --
October 21 Eating fresh fruit --
October 22 Gravies, condiments, and relishes --
October 23 Foreign matter in food --
October 24 How to hold a glass --
October 25 Eating in front of others --
Invitations: Giving and Receiving --
October 26 The nicest way to issue a verbal invitation --
October 27 How to issue a written invitation --
October 28 Responding to invitations --
October 29 When it's okay to decline --
October 30 When your child isn't invited --
October 31 Two invitations for the same day --
Birthdays, Weddings, Receptions, and Other Special Occasions --
November 1 At your child's own birthday party --
November 2 Attending a birthday party --
November 3 Receiving lines --
November 4 Taking a child to a wedding --
November 5 What to do at a wedding --
November 6 Self-control at a reception --
November 7 Serving yourself from a buffet table --
November 8 Hang on to your plate at a reception --
November 9 Wearing flowers --
November 10 Getting an autograph --
November 11 Receiving an award.
Other Titles: Three hundred sixty-five manners kids should know
Responsibility: Sheryl Eberly with Caroline Eberly.

Abstract:

Using a smart one-manner-a-day organization, the author explains not only what manners to teach, but also how--and at what ages--to present them. Topics covered include: when and where it's appropriate to text; how to write a thank-you note; the proper way to handle an online bully; and how to behave at events like birthday parties, weddings, and religious services.

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