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The Resource 365 manners kids should know : games, activities, and other fun ways to help children and teens learn etiquette, Sheryl Eberly with Caroline Eberly

365 manners kids should know : games, activities, and other fun ways to help children and teens learn etiquette, Sheryl Eberly with Caroline Eberly

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365 manners kids should know : games, activities, and other fun ways to help children and teens learn etiquette
Title
365 manners kids should know
Title remainder
games, activities, and other fun ways to help children and teens learn etiquette
Statement of responsibility
Sheryl Eberly with Caroline Eberly
Title variation
Three hundred sixty-five manners kids should know
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Language
eng
Summary
Overview: If you've ever cringed at the sight of your ten-year-old waltzing through the neighbor's front door without an invitation, or struggled to teach your teenager proper "netiquette" for navigating the complicated world of social networks, you know the importance of teaching kids that manners matter. Sheryl Eberly's bestselling 365 Manners Kids Should Know gives clever and insightful advice for the myriad situations where consideration counts, but is sometimes forgotten. This new edition incorporates tips for every aspect of digital communication into her straight-forward format. Using a smart one-manner-a-day organization, parents, grandparents, and teachers alike can find practical ways to teach essential manners like: When and where it's appropriate to text; How to write a thank-you note; The proper way to handle an online bully; How to behave at events like birthday parties, weddings, and religious services. Full of role-playing exercises, games, and other activities that adults can do with children, 365 Manners Kids Should Know explains not only what manners to teach, but also how-and at what ages-to present them
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Eberly, Sheryl
Dewey number
395.1/22
Index
no index present
LC call number
BJ1857.C5
LC item number
E24 2011
Literary form
non fiction
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Eberly, Caroline
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Etiquette for children and teenagers
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365 manners kids should know : games, activities, and other fun ways to help children and teens learn etiquette, Sheryl Eberly with Caroline Eberly
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"Fully updated and revised for the 21st century"--Cover
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Contents
Birthdays, Weddings, Receptions, And Other Special Occasions: -- November 1: At your child's own birthday party -- November 2: Attending a birthday party -- November 3: Receiving lines -- November 4: Taking a child to a wedding -- November 5: What to do at a wedding -- November 6: Self-control at a reception -- November 7: Serving yourself from a buffet table -- November 8: Hang on to your plate at a reception -- November 9: Wearing flowers -- November 10: Getting an autograph -- November 11: Receiving an award -- November 12: At a school dance -- November 13: When your child is behind the camera -- November 14: When your child is in front of the camera -- Be A Great Guest (and Host): -- November 15: Good attitude for a good guest -- November 16: What a guest should pack -- November 17: Nice things for a guest to say -- November 18: How to become a guest who is invited again -- November 19: Say goodbye and leave promptly -- November 20: Being a good host -- November 21: For first-time guests -- November 22: Serving food to your friends -- November 23: Right guest list -- November 24: Inviting friends over again -- November 25: Sleepovers: bathroom etiquette -- November 26: Sleepovers: bedtime etiquette -- November 27: Sleepovers: mealtime etiquette -- November 28: Guests go first -- Be A Model American: -- November 29: National anthem -- November 30: Pledge of Allegiance -- December 1: Care of the U S flag -- December 2: Appreciating ideals and learning patriotism -- December 3: When in another country -- December 4: Being part of a community -- Beeing Green: -- December 5: Environmental manners -- December 6: At home -- December 7: At a friend's house -- December 8: At school -- December 9: At the grocery store -- December 10: Birthday party -- December 11: Out on the town -- December 12: When you travel -- Be A Good Sport: -- December 13: Enjoy the game -- December 14: Rituals at athletic events -- December 15: Good sportsmanship -- December 16: Valued teammate -- Being Considerate To People With Special Needs: -- December 17: Visiting someone who is sick -- December 18: Relating to people with disabilities -- December 19: People with visual problems -- December 20: People with hearing loss -- December 21: People in wheelchairs -- Gifts-Giving And Getting: -- December 22: Birthstones -- December 23: Gifts -- December 24: Choosing a gift -- December 25: Giving gifts at home -- December 26: Gifts for the host -- December 27: No gifts -- December 28: Occasions to give a gift -- December 29: Opening gifts at a party -- December 30: When your child doesn't like the gift -- December 31: When your child receives duplicate gifts -- In conclusion -- Acknowledgments
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
First revised edition.
Extent
xxiv, 322 pages
Isbn
9780307888259
Lccn
2011007285
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
ocn703209277
Label
365 manners kids should know : games, activities, and other fun ways to help children and teens learn etiquette, Sheryl Eberly with Caroline Eberly
Publication
Copyright
Note
"Fully updated and revised for the 21st century"--Cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Birthdays, Weddings, Receptions, And Other Special Occasions: -- November 1: At your child's own birthday party -- November 2: Attending a birthday party -- November 3: Receiving lines -- November 4: Taking a child to a wedding -- November 5: What to do at a wedding -- November 6: Self-control at a reception -- November 7: Serving yourself from a buffet table -- November 8: Hang on to your plate at a reception -- November 9: Wearing flowers -- November 10: Getting an autograph -- November 11: Receiving an award -- November 12: At a school dance -- November 13: When your child is behind the camera -- November 14: When your child is in front of the camera -- Be A Great Guest (and Host): -- November 15: Good attitude for a good guest -- November 16: What a guest should pack -- November 17: Nice things for a guest to say -- November 18: How to become a guest who is invited again -- November 19: Say goodbye and leave promptly -- November 20: Being a good host -- November 21: For first-time guests -- November 22: Serving food to your friends -- November 23: Right guest list -- November 24: Inviting friends over again -- November 25: Sleepovers: bathroom etiquette -- November 26: Sleepovers: bedtime etiquette -- November 27: Sleepovers: mealtime etiquette -- November 28: Guests go first -- Be A Model American: -- November 29: National anthem -- November 30: Pledge of Allegiance -- December 1: Care of the U S flag -- December 2: Appreciating ideals and learning patriotism -- December 3: When in another country -- December 4: Being part of a community -- Beeing Green: -- December 5: Environmental manners -- December 6: At home -- December 7: At a friend's house -- December 8: At school -- December 9: At the grocery store -- December 10: Birthday party -- December 11: Out on the town -- December 12: When you travel -- Be A Good Sport: -- December 13: Enjoy the game -- December 14: Rituals at athletic events -- December 15: Good sportsmanship -- December 16: Valued teammate -- Being Considerate To People With Special Needs: -- December 17: Visiting someone who is sick -- December 18: Relating to people with disabilities -- December 19: People with visual problems -- December 20: People with hearing loss -- December 21: People in wheelchairs -- Gifts-Giving And Getting: -- December 22: Birthstones -- December 23: Gifts -- December 24: Choosing a gift -- December 25: Giving gifts at home -- December 26: Gifts for the host -- December 27: No gifts -- December 28: Occasions to give a gift -- December 29: Opening gifts at a party -- December 30: When your child doesn't like the gift -- December 31: When your child receives duplicate gifts -- In conclusion -- Acknowledgments
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
First revised edition.
Extent
xxiv, 322 pages
Isbn
9780307888259
Lccn
2011007285
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
ocn703209277

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