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Manners Made Easy


 
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Ages: 7-12
Grade Levels: 2nd-7th

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Let's be realistic. Home taught children are scrutinized like no others, with the possible exception of the pastor's children. Of course, our children are always poised and brimming with exceptional interpersonal skills. At home, when no one is looking. In public, well, we are working on it. And now we have a more systematic approach to teaching manners, Manners Made Easy. This is an outstanding tool for teaching children etiquette. Using interactive exercises, creative demonstrations and question and answer sections, Manners Made Easy teaches practical life skills in a memorable way.

Topics include introductions, polite conversation, how to set a table, cell phone manners and so much more. Taking manners to a deeper level, Scripture-based learning activities are incorporated at the end of each chapter. Manners Made Easy is divided into two sections: a teacher's guide with helpful teaching tips and answers, and easily reproducible student worksheets with perforated pages. Unless you have an aversion to photocopying, only one book is needed per family or classroom. Manners still count; how do yours add up?
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Publisher's Information
Author: June Hines Moore
Pages: 48
Binding: Softcover
Copyright: 2001
ISBN: 080543770-3
Publisher:B&H Publishing Group
Made In: USA
Reproducible: Reproducible student worksheets with perforated pages

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

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So good I bought another one! June 2, 2012
Reviewer: Rhonda  
My kids are on the autism spectrum and just don't understand social skills and manners, so they need some direct instruction in this area. This book explains these things in clear terms they can understand and gives clear ideas on how to apply these skills, which is essential for kids who don't readily make those connections on their own. This would be a good book for normal children while being essential for teaching life skills to our special kids.

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Nice and spelled out June 1, 2012
Reviewer: Marie the Mom  
Our family have mostly members that need literal and direct teaching of social and life skills (autism). This was a great way to solidify a lot of table and other manners. We improved so much that we noticed a big difference in improved comfort of our visitors and whom we visited. We liked the pictures. We bought this years ago, but I still remeber the kids being amused with some of the pictures and surprised at the depth and where we needed to learn. :) It wasn't too simple. You could learn the basics and/or advance to higher levels of etiquette.

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Teach them their manners! October 26, 2010
Reviewer: Misty Marr from Buckeye, AZ United States  
This is not a book that you will just read and put away, hoping to implement what you learned "someday."  This is a teacher's book with full lesson plans to teach the book to your children.  It the middle, there are student worksheets that can be removed or left in, and those are reproducible, so each of your children can have their own sheets.  This even included a section with Biblical application for each lesson.  There are 6 lessons in all.

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