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From remembering to say “please” and “thank you” to holding a fork correctly, parents share how they train their children in etiquette and courtesy.
It’s by example. Like she sees how we act at a party or in front of friends or at someone else’s house like taking off your shoes, saying please, thank you.
He has been learning good manners by himself just watching us. I’m always saying thank you, you’re welcome, please, bless you.
The way we’re teaching our daughter manners is by reinforcing what they learn at school. What they learn at school is to be very respectful of others and to be honest and to treat others as she would like to be treated.
They pull out my chair for me. They open up my car door for me. Manners are big in my house for being just a good citizen. It’s really important to have those manners. So, I think instilling them while they’re young that’s the time to do it.
I’m teaching my daughter manners by making sure that she says thank you, you’re welcome when people talk to her. She say yes, no. That she answers people and that she’s just really aware of what’s going on around her.
I teach my daughter manners by correcting any behavior that I don’t think is polite.
My wife and I will show the kids proper ways to hold their utensils. And any time that they might spill food or throw something, we’ll immediately let them know that it’s inappropriate at the table.
Somebody will hand him a sucker. “Can we give him a sucker?” at the bank. And he’d just look at them and be shy. And I said, “What do you say?” And he’d be like, “Thank you.” And he’s all shy. But now he’s coming out of that and he’s right way just, “Thank you.” It’s just automatic.