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Jules Hirst, Etiquette Expert

How to Teach Your Children Manners Workshop

Teaching Your Children MannersYou have heard it before, “Young peo­ple today have no manners!”

It doesn’t mat­ter if it’s true or not. Per­cep­tion is real­ity, and what peo­ple think is true is true for them. This means young peo­ple start out with a hand­i­cap — peo­ple expect them to be rude and boorish.

As par­ents it is our job to ensure our chil­dren develop social skills, how to inter­act in a civ­i­lized man­ner and how to treat oth­ers with respect.Not sure where to start… join me for “How to Teach Your Chil­dren Manners.”

How to Teach Your Chil­dren Man­ners is a 60 minute intro­duc­tory course where par­ents will learn the prin­ci­ples for teach­ing their chil­dren proper eti­quette in all social sit­u­a­tions.

Here are a few of the top­ics that will be covered:

  • Becom­ing aware and using basic manners
  • Devel­op­ing proper body language
  • Proper intro­duc­tion and hand­shakes
  • Develop pos­i­tive com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills
  • Become aware of how we affect oth­ers around us

Date: July 16, 2012

Time: 6:30 – 8:00 PM
Net­work­ing & refresh­ments 6:30 – 7:00
Work­shop begins 7:00

Loca­tion: Checa Chic Bou­tique
3004 Lin­coln Boule­vard Santa Mon­ica, CA 9040

Your Invest­ment: $10.00

Reserve Your Space Today!

Trick or Treat Etiquette

Trick or Treat Etiquette Hal­loween is an evening  when a  child can dress up and be  who­ever they  want, but no mat­ter who  your child wants to  be don’t for­get  to take your trick or treat  eti­quette with you.  Here is a list of Do’s  and Don’ts to remember:

For Givers:

If you are plan­ning on giv­ing out candy do leave your porch light on.  Leav­ing the light on sig­ni­fies that you are in the trick-or-treat business.

Giv­ing out fruit, box of raisins or home­made treats, although done with the best inten­tions, is not a good idea.  Par­ents are more than likely to throw away any­thing that is hand­made and/or open, plus kids are there for candy.

Trick or Treaters:

Only go to the homes with the porch light on.  Knock or ring the door­bell once and stand back.

Do say trick or treat.  Unless your cos­tume is deer in the head­lights, don’t stand there with your bag open with a blank stare.

Only take one to two pieces of candy and remem­ber to say “thank you” and never say “I don’t like that”.

Stay on the side­walk and off the grass and flowerbeds.

If you still don’t have a cos­tume Here are some ideas for no-sew Hal­loween costumes.

If you are the host­ess with most­ess tonight here are some ideas for easy Hal­loween treats

Don’t let poor eti­quette take away the fun on this All Hal­lows Eve.

“The hard­est job kids face today is learn­ing good man­ners with­out see­ing any.”

Fred Astaire

The more your chil­dren see and hear you using good man­ners the eas­ier they will pick it up.

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