Etiquette Resources

Here is a list of multimedia art activities that
can be used to explore the theme of

Although learning to be polite may not be easy for children, it is an important lesson for young children to learn. Even the youngest child can learn to say "please" and "thank you." Good manners are best learned through modeling and everyday play activities between friends.  
Practice table manners
Practice phone manners

Songs that Teach Good Manners,Etiquette, Classroom Behavior and Social Skills

Music and Songs: Manners  

Boardmaker resources related to manners. 

The Courtesy Starter Kit
The students will practice correct table setting procedures and identify acceptable manners and etiquette skills to be used with meal service. The option and opportunity of dining at LaCaille, a local French European formal restaurant will be introduced to the class.

 Which table manners matter the most? 

How can I teach my child to be polite? 

Elbows on the table, back talk, and trips to the rest room — how are the kids doing when it comes to the social graces? Teach your kids how to behave at the dinner table and when they're out with friends, with these articles, tips, and advice.

Personal Space

Bodily Functions

I Love to Sing

Think It But Don't Say It

Manners are behaviors we use when we interact with others. We show good

manners when we show respect. It is important to use good manners every day at home,

at school, and in the community. Some examples of good manners are saying “please”

and “thank you,” waiting your turn, and putting things back where they belong. Here

are some ways to help your children learn good manners.