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Monday, June 3, 2013

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14 comments:

  1. I've always said a simple please and thank you go a long ways!

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  2. I'll have to agree with saying Please and Thank You and also "Excuse me" instead of just bumpin g into someone. My grandson also uses Sir or Ma'am when speaking to an adult

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  3. I think one of the most important social skills is learning to handle anger/frustration the right way!

    mummert604@live.com

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  4. Ashley Chassereau ParksMonday, June 03, 2013

    I think the first one's to teach a little one would be when/how to use thank you, you're welcome, and excuse me. :)

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  5. please and thankyou are very important. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  6. I think it's important to teach them consideration and respect for others. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  7. I think that saying please and thank you is the first rule of manners.

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  8. I think it is important for children to know how to use tableware. It makes them more confident when they eat with others. They can concentrate on the conversation and not on if they are using the right silverware during dinners with others.

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  9. Saying please and thank you and honesty :)

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  10. I think it's important for my kids to learn to be accepting.

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  11. Lots of people seem to be lacking the basics...it starts with please and thank you!

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  12. Always be honest. The consequences are always worse if you lie about it. No matter how bad it is, you get in a lot less trouble as long as you are honest about it. It was something my mom very strongly instilled in my siblings and I, and it is something I try to instill in my children as well.

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  13. respect your elders!

    eg kaufman

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  14. It's important for them to know please and thank you.

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