So parents like me face this dilemma on a daily basis: We want to give our children everything we didn’t have. But we don’t want them to forget where they came from either.
Manners are something used every day to make a good impression on others and to feel good about oneself. No matter where you are – at home, work, or with friends – practicing good manners is important.
As we all know, good manners are more than opening doors and writing thank you notes. If you want to raise a compassionate, caring child, you just have to be a compassionate, caring parent, right? In other words, teaching manners is more than just saying please and thank you. Here’s what you need to know.
Here are a few ways you can teach your kids good manners by the time they are 8.