Is your child well mannered? We've got tips and ideas for every situation from the dinner table to the classroom. Learn how to help your child become polite and respectful.
Your kids can learn proper etiquette with these easy lesson ideas.
Even if it takes a few reminders, encourage your child to be more mindful of some basic etiquette.
Raising a polite kid in a rude world isn't as hard as it seems.
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Saying thank you won't be a chore with these fun easy-to-make cards. Even little kids can help!
Going out to eat with the family? See how to teach your kids to behave properly in a restaurant.
Parenting expert Jan Faull, MEd, helps one mom cope with her young daughter's exasperated eye-rolling.
Do your kids have bad table manners? Help your kids learn how to behave at mealtime.
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Try these Motherboard Mom-tested ways to thank the important people in your child's life.
Does your child know what to say when she answers the phone? Get tips on teaching her to answer politely and effectively.
Kids love birthday parties and other celebrations, but they can also get rowdy at these gatherings. See how to teach them to be on their best behavior at parties.
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An expert on etiquette and manners shares advice on how to raise children with good manners. Read answers to your questions about behaving at the dinner table, proper etiquette, and more.
Setting the table is a great way for your child to help out before mealtime. Teach her how with this easy-to-follow video.
Writing thank-you notes is an important skill. See how to help your kids say "thanks" the right way.
My sons and I look different from other people, but we'd rather you ask questions than ignore us.
Inevitably, all new parents learn that now that they're the adults in the family, they must pay scrupulous attention to what they say--and don't say--when kids are around.
Someone call the manners police! Chances are your kid has committed at least a few of these mealtime misdemeanors.