Good Manners Worksheets for preschoolers and kindergartners is a great way to revise the Power of the Magic words which are Please, Sorry, Thank- You, Excuse-me.
Young ones needs to be taught to learn to behave politely and use the magic words(golden words) very often.The Magic Words: Teaching Your Toddler Manners
The Golden Words: Teaching Your Toddler Manners
The golden words Please, Sorry, Thank you, Excuse have super powers. Your little ones love to feel powerful. You So help your child understand that with just one or two words, he/she can exercise a very special and magic effect on people—and that these magic words give them the secret power even to influence grown-ups. All of them, when spoken by a toddler or preschooler, tend to become even more powerful.
Let’s understand the way to teach preschoolers and kindergartners to use The Golden Words:
- “Please” – When I want to ask for something
- “Thank you” – When someone gives me something or when someone helps me
- “Excuse me” or “Pardon me” – When I want to speak while others are talking or I want people to move from the way
- “I’m sorry” – When I hurt someone or I make a mistake
After you’ve taught your child the basics about how to use these words, you need to follow them through. Reminding to use the Magic words every time the kid forgets to use them is the best way to teach them. Once when your child learns that these words have magical powers, he/she will want to use them even more.
Let’s understand it with an example: If your child demands “I need a cookie” you need to remind him/her. Can we be polite and use our magic words? ” Can I have a cookies please”… Once they use the magic word, then you can hand them the cookie by saying….”That was some real magic, Here you go”
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So, Let’s take a look at the Good Manners Worksheets for preschoolers: