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Manners Made Easy for the Family


 
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Academic skills will be for naught if they are not matched or exceeded by appropriate social skills. Sometimes we become so focused on grades and tests that we forget that the biggest test is how our children relate to others. If your family has never taken the time to formally address this topic, or if you just need a systematic tune-up, then try Manners Made Easy for the Family; this is as simple as it gets.

Author June Hines Moore is a consultant trained in business and social etiquette. Her page-a-day guide to good manners can be easily read and talked about after a family meal, before bedtime, or during family devotions. Each day includes simple rules followed by a family application, often ending with a relevant quote from someone of note. Many times the quotes themselves are worthy of a discussion! Topics covered include greetings; telephone manners; how to be a perfect guest or a gracious host; manners for church, dining, or traveling; and electronic etiquette. And for whenever your children encounter specific social situations that puzzle them, there is a helpful index that can be used as a quick reference. With just minutes a day your family can master hundreds of common courtesies while enjoying the process.

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Publisher's Information
Author: June Hines Moore
Pages: 400 pages
Binding: Hardcover
Copyright: July 1, 2008
ISBN 13: 978-0805447415
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Made In: USA

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Impacting my 4 year old September 7, 2011
Reviewer: Pati from Havre, MT United States  
Manners Made Easy for the Family has been just that for us.  We began when my youngest was only 4 years old and he has remembered amazingly well.  He is often the first to answer questions about previous lessons.  The fun roll playing exercises after some of the lessons may be a bit silly and giggly at first, but it gives the children the practice to solidify the manner in their memories.  The short lessons as well as the small 6 3/4" x 4 1/2" size make it ideal for the living room end table.  It is a fast pick up when you have a few minutes.  The topics cover a wide range of manners including church manners.  I highly recommend this book as a painless way to teach manners to the whole family.

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