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The Gift of Good Manners: A Parent's Guide to Raising Respectful, Kind, Considerate Children  by Peggy Post & Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D.

The Gift of Good Manners: A Parent's Guide to Raising Respectful, Kind, Considerate Children by Peggy Post & Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D.

A wonderful back-to-school book from The Emily Post Institute.  Young children can read along and watch as two friends ride the school bus, romp on the playground, visit friends, and eat at restaurants - all while having fun learning good manners!

A wonderful back-to-school book from The Emily Post Institute. Young children can read along and watch as two friends ride the school bus, romp on the playground, visit friends, and eat at restaurants - all while having fun learning good manners!

Essential Manners for Men helps men make right decisions about what to do & say in every situation that counts. Peter Post, grandson of Emily Post, distills essential information men need for all important roles they play in life. Organized into 3 parts -- "Daily Life," "Social Life" & "On the Job" -- Essential Manners for Men resolves situations that can stump even the savviest. Peter Post's advice is sharp-witted & sensible, with tips, boxes & candid anecdotes about his own etiquette…

Essential Manners for Men helps men make right decisions about what to do & say in every situation that counts. Peter Post, grandson of Emily Post, distills essential information men need for all important roles they play in life. Organized into 3 parts -- "Daily Life," "Social Life" & "On the Job" -- Essential Manners for Men resolves situations that can stump even the savviest. Peter Post's advice is sharp-witted & sensible, with tips, boxes & candid anecdotes about his own etiquette…

Are you looking for a fun and interactive way to teach your children manners and etiquette? Use this fun role-playing lesson to practice manners at meals, on the phone, as a host or hostess, and more! I created this "lesson" to do as a 2 1/2 hour co-op lesson for elementary-aged children. Use this fun lesson with your class, family, homeschool group, or after-school program!

Are you looking for a fun and interactive way to teach your children manners and etiquette? Use this fun role-playing lesson to practice manners at meals, on the phone, as a host or hostess, and more! I created this "lesson" to do as a 2 1/2 hour co-op lesson for elementary-aged children. Use this fun lesson with your class, family, homeschool group, or after-school program!

Table Manners Printable Placemat for Children by ArtisElements//not as a placemat, but hung in kitchen -- everyone could use a reminder now & then

Table Manners Printable Placemat for Children by ArtisElements//not as a placemat, but hung in kitchen -- everyone could use a reminder now & then

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