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by Louise Elerding

Download You've Got Respectful Manners!: Tactful Tips from A to Z for Kids of All Ages (You've Got Manners series) eBook
ISBN:
0972923756
Author:
Louise Elerding
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Grandy Publications; 1st edition (October 1, 2008)
Pages:
40 pages
EPUB book:
1734 kb
FB2 book:
1415 kb
DJVU:
1828 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
638


You've Got Manners is a delightful, creative book which makes learning manners a fun and interesting "game" for children of all ages. It can be used as a learning tool whether at the dinner table, eating out or traveling, and all family members can participate

You've Got Manners is a delightful, creative book which makes learning manners a fun and interesting "game" for children of all ages. It can be used as a learning tool whether at the dinner table, eating out or traveling, and all family members can participate. I love the author's use of illustrations and vivid primary colors which are instrumental in keeping a child's attention. The author also cleverly incorporated another learning tool, the alphabet. I can unequivocally recommend You've Got Manners for every family's library.

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Good news - You can still get free 2-day shipping, free pickup, & more. Tackling the question What do you say when you don't know how to say it? Tyler Tactful, Amanda Mannerly, and Alyssa Appropriate show children as well as adults how to come up with easy ways to say difficult things. Try another ZIP code. From how to approach someone with a disability—they like to talk about a lot of the same things you do—to telling someone that you need some privacy—"Jason, can you wait out in the hall while I talk with my teacher about my test? —and how to speak up if you've been wrongly accused of doing something—"There is a.

Author : Louise Elerding. Publisher : Independent Pub Group. This book is heart-based and finds its way into the inner souls of 'kids of all ages' who have not been able to communicate their true feelings about sensitive issues

Author : Louise Elerding. This book is heart-based and finds its way into the inner souls of 'kids of all ages' who have not been able to communicate their true feelings about sensitive issues. Being able to have confidence on matters that can make a difference - between two friends, two relatives, even two strangers - is one of the goals of this book. This book teaches readers that they may say anything to anyone at any time and be effective, by simply being aware of the tone they use, the time they choose to say it, and not making anyone wrong in the process.

You've Got Manners! Is an A to Z book series for kids of all ages. Out of this close time together, the first book on table tips was born. Come on board and be a virtual member of the Polite Team of the World. You've Got Manners! is a series of 4 books that teaches children of all ages ( 3 - 93 !) about table, social, and tactful etiquette ind to each other, perhaps we would not have wars. Knowing good manners gives children confidence which leads to a positive and successful life. The idea of writing the book all began with a family road trip: a 1,000-mile vacation through Canada during the summer of 2002.

Tactful to show kids how easy and fun it is to have great social manners.

Polly Politely and Milton Manners are back again, this time with cousins Alyssa Appropriate, Amanda Mannerly, and Tyler Tactful to show kids how easy and fun it is to have great social manners. Focusing on the importance of good manners at a party, kids learn how to use the phone in a timely fashion, obey house rules at a friend's house, and arrive at a party on time.

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Tackling the question What do you say when you don't know how to say it? Tyler Tactful, Amanda Mannerly, and Alyssa Appropriate show children as well as adults how to come up with easy ways to say difficult things. From how to approach someone with a disability—they like to talk about a lot of the same things you do—to telling someone that you need some privacy—"Jason, can you wait out in the hall while I talk with my teacher about my test?”—and how to speak up if you've been wrongly accused of doing something—"There is a mistake here, and I would like you to hear what really happened"—this guide gives children the skills to confront awkward situations and make everyone feel better in the process. Through the book’s gentle coaching and real-life examples, children will learn how they can say anything to anyone if they use tact, speak from the heart with goodness and respect for the other person, use a kind tone of voice, and recognize the best time to broach the subject.

  • Larosa
This book addresses the way children can be courteous to each other, considerate of their friends' feelings, and respectful to their friends and to the adults they come in contact with--parents, teachers, parents of friends and others. The lessons, however, are good for all of us. If adults practiced them more often, there would not be as great a need for the children to learn them because they would parrot our good conduct. As a retired teacher and grandmother of five children, I encourage parents to start reading Respectful Manners (and all the preceding books by Ms. Elerding on manners) to their children as early as possible, to instill in them the polite way to act with parents, friends, teachers and other adults they encounter in life. The book is timely and ageless.
  • Taulkree
I gave a copy of this book to my two grown daughters, to read to their children. The whole family has decided this is a group effort - and really good information. The examples and illustrations are very attention-getting, and the wording is friendly and easy to understand.
This is a book that will help a lot of children and adults feel better about the way they communicate with others.
  • Gholbirius
This book has given my three children confidence in dealing with other kids at school. They have learned new respect for themselves and others. We have learned so much from the other three books. I'm hoping she plans to continue to write more books on this topic.