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Use good table manners

Use good table manners
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Enforce the idea of table manners. Teach them to not reach across the table to get something, but instead ask if someone can pass it to them.

Hold doors open

Hold doors open
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Teach them to hold the door open for others if the opportunity presents itself and always say, “Thank you” if someone held the door for them.

Clean up after yourself

Clean up after yourself
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Show them how to clean up after themselves both after play time and eating a meal.

Use people's names

Use people's names
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Tell them to always remember people’s names and to address people by their names when speaking to them.

Don't litter

Don't litter
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Teach them not to litter and how important is it to keep our earth clean.

Be a good sport

Be a good sport
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Tell them why it’s important to always have good sportsmanship whether you win or lose.

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Shoes off!

Shoes off!
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Teach your child to take their shoes off whenever they enter anyone’s home.

Once your child learns these important manners, they’ll have the drive to become even more courteous as they grow up. Here are some interesting things that would be considered rude to do in another country.


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