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You can show good manners


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You can show good manners

  1. 1. Showing good manners is treating othersYou Can Show Good Manners the way you want to be treated. It is doing and saying things that help people to feel special, showing that you appreciate them and care about their needs. When you have good manners, people want to be around you, they want to be friends with you, help you, and do things that make you happy.
  2. 2. Excuse me, sir. Excuse me, Please may I have 1 There are lots of times Dad. kilo of apples? each day that you canshow good manners. Here are a few:• Use these polite words as often as you can: Of course. Granny Smith or —Say “please” when you red delicious? ask for something, andpeople will enjoy answering your requests. Thank —Say “thank you” when Thank you for you forsomeone has done some- helping me cross directingthing for you or given you the road, dear. traffic, something. Officer. —Say “you’re welcome”when someone says “thank you” to you.—Say “excuse me” instead of interrupting someone when they’re speaking.Then wait until they stop to let you talk. You’re welcome.
  3. 3. Mr. Bernard, Joselyn, could you I’d like you to please clean the meet my son whiteboard? Jerry. Hello, Mr. Bernard. At this• When you are museumintroduced to someone, we’ll learn about local Yes, Misslook at them, smile, wildlife. Harrington.and say hello. • Be polite and show respect to your parents and teachers. • Listen when other people are talking to you.
  4. 4. • Speak softly, especially when • Have good table are playing inside the house,so you don’t disturb others. Please may you pass the salt, Daddy? • At school and at play be courteous to other children. In everything … treat people the same way you Thank you for want them to treat playing badminton you…. (Matthew with me, Lizzie. 7:12 NASB®) Text from “Activated Kids: Building Character, featuring Manners and Courtesy.” © 2009 Aurora Production AG. Used by permission. Illustrations by Didier Martin. Design by Christia Copeland. Published by My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2012 by The Family International