Teaching kids about good manners starts by reminding your child to say please and thank you. Here you'll learn how to encourage good manners and proper etiquette including, how to behave at the table, on play dates, at restaurants, and more.
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It's never too early to encourage polite behavior. See age-appropriate tips for teaching your tot proper manners.
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It's never too early to encourage your child to be polite. Begin with these four basics.
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Oh, baby, it's a rude world -- which is why it's more important than ever that we teach our kids this classic value.
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It sometimes seems that toddlers do mortifying stuff at the worst moments just to drive you crazy, but the truth is that kids this age are naturally uninhibited. The good news is that these publicly humiliating moments get a lot easier to deal with once you understand why they happen. And you can encourage better behavior without making your child feel ashamed in the process. Read on for tips on managing the most common offenses.
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