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Table Etiquette

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Goes over table etiquette in a fun and enjoyable way

Goes over table etiquette in a fun and enjoyable way

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  • 1. Table Etiquette
    What to do at the table
  • 2. What do you do when you are about to eat?
  • 3. 1. Wash your hands
  • 4. 2.Napkin on your lap
  • 5. 3. Sit up straight
  • 6. 4.Ask for the food to be passed to you
  • 7. 5. Keep elbows off the table
  • 8. 6. Chew with your mouth closed
  • 9. 7. Do not talk with food in your mouth
  • 10. 8. Do not wave your silverware around
  • 11. 9. Do not play with your food
  • 12. 10. Do not eat off someone else's plate
  • 13. 11. Ask to be excused
  • 14.
  • 15. What is the first thing you need to do before you come to the table?
    You need to wash your hands!
  • 16. What are the next things you are suppose to do before you begin eating?
    Put the napkin on your lap, sit up straight and keep elbows off the table!
  • 17. What are some things that you should not do at the dinner table?
    Reach across the table, chew with mouth open, talk with food in your mouth, playing with your food, and eating other peoples food.
  • 18. What must you do when you are done eating?
    Ask to be excused from the table
  • 19. Now you are all set to go to dinner with the proper manners!