Childrens Manners

Modern Manners for the Holiday’s – Children

The holiday’s are filled with many festivities and get-togethers, which make it the perfect time to work on manners.  With manners being a lost art in today’s society, these children do not know that good manners are a skill that can provide an advantage in the business world as well as in their daily life. We will cover the following: Social First Impressions/Body language Introductions and handshakes Please, thank you and excuse me Being a gracious host Being a gracious guest Thank you notes Giving & receiving gifts Cell [...]

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Grace and Good Manners for Youth & Teens

Antonio Sabato Jr. Acting Academy & Living Social Present: Two-Hour Modern Etiquette Class for Kids & Teens Tired of hearing “I'm bored from your youth or teen?  Pros from Antonio Sabato Jr. Acting Academy have a solution for you.  Enjoy a program that highlights life interaction skills like the Golden Rule, a proper handshake, dining skills, phone etiquette, and more, teaching children to navigate the world through real-life examples and interactive exercises.  Classes are taught by none other than Jules Hirst, [...]

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Charm School for Youth & Teens… Summer 2013

You have heard it before, “Young people today have no manners!” buy cigar online 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. Etiquette Consulting Inc Presents: Charm School for Youth & Teens… Summer session 2013 In this two day workshop students will learn: Ses­sion 1: Pre­sen­ta­tion Skills First Impressions/Body language Intro­duc­tions and handshakes Basic table set­ting vs. Semi for­mal table setting Amer­i­can [...]

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Charm School for Teens: Spring Break Series

This event has passed. Check out upcoming event's here Manners are a lost art in today’s society because children are spending more and more time in front of their televisions and their computers and losing out on social interaction. What these teens do not know is that good manners are a skill that can provide an advantage in the business world as well as in their daily life. This 3 day workshop begins April 2, 2013 Session 1: Presentation Skills First Impressions/Body language Introductions [...]

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Holiday Manners for Children

1. Receiving gifts you don't like – Have a conversation with your children about “good manners” before the holiday season.  You might even practice with them or example, “your aunt Beth gives you a new jacket, but you were hoping for the newest x-box game”  remember to say a sincere “thank you” followed by a hug and kiss 2. Writing good thank you notes (how fast should you send them, what should be included, is email OK or no) – [...]

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Minding your Halloween Manners

photo courtesy of makems.com Here is an article I was quoted in on Minding your Halloween Manners.  Enjoy…. Yes, Halloween is all about putting on the coolest possible costume and scoring the greatest amount of candy. But kids shouldn’t throw out all their manners during the mad dash. “Parents need to remind their trick-or-treaters that regular rules of etiquette still apply on Halloween,” says Jules Hirst, an etiquette expert in California. “Their children should always say, ‘Trick or treat,’ when the door [...]

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Manners Monday: Family Meals are More than Teachable Moments

During my Bringing Manners Home workshop, I utilize teachable moments for parents to teach their children manners at home.  During the module “Family Meals: Table Manners for Kids, Teens and Adults,” we cover proper utensil placement, table conversation, how to properly hold your utensils (after all, if  you, the parent, hold them like garden tools what do you think your children are going to do? ) and the difference between dining out and dining at home.  We also cover [...]

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Social Skills, Leadership & Manners Workshop for Teens

oem software download In today’s fast-paced world where many young people think social interaction is a series of text messages, etiquette still matters–especially when it comes time to get a meaningful job that can lead to a good career! This is much more than just “good manners.” They need the skills and confidence to be able to handle themselves with grace and style in any situation. It is social etiquette! Manners are a lost art in today’s society because teens are [...]

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Children’s Social Skills, Leadership & Manners Workshop

You 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. Manners are a lost art in today’s society because children are spending more and more time in front of their televisions and their computer”font-size:s and losing out on social interaction. What these [...]

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Upcoming Events: Finishing School For the 21st Century Dining & Social Etiquette for Children

best mac antivirus software Manners are a lost art in today’s society because children are spending more and more time in front of their televisions and their computers and losing out on social interaction. What these youths do not know is that good manners are a skill that can provide an advantage in the business world as well as in their daily life. Some of the topics covered in social etiquette include: Presentation Skills First Impressions/Appearance Body language Introductions and handshakes Please, Thank You and [...]

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