Teach your children well
An important part of raising your child is teaching them good manners that they are able to apply not only around you, but also when they are on their own.
Being polite can set your child up for success later in life.
Beyond the basic “please” and “thank you,” you want your child to be able to show respect to their elders and know how to be a polite guest.
Enforce these manners from an early age, and your child will catch on in no time.
"Please" and "thank you"
Teach your child to always say, “Please” when asking for something and “Thank you” when receiving something or someone has helped them.
Teach them to say, “Excuse me” when they need to get through a crowd, bump into someone or want to get someone’s attention.