It is not Super-Man, it is Manner-Man! I thoroughly enjoyed Sherrill Cannon’s new children’s book “Manner-Man.” Ms. Cannon has a unique ability to teach children very valuable behavioral lessons through her awesome writing. And the rhyming style of writing makes the story fun and enjoyable and easy to read. And the neat thing about Ms. Cannon’s books is that they are not only fun for children, they are just as much fun for adults. And if "Manner-Man" says somethin
September Is National Children's Good Manners Month and a perfect time to teach kindness, courtesy, thoughtfulness, and respect of others. Good manners can help you to have better relationships with people you know, and those you will meet.
K-1st Grade Lesson Plan: Good Manners. Instructional Video: The objective of this lesson is for students to learn that having kind feelings toward others can help them do kind things. They will also learn that saying "please", "thank you", "you're welcome" and "I'm sorry" is a good way to be kind.
The increased use of technology in our everyday lives has created a whole new reason for teaching manners. Now, in addition to teaching the basics like covering your mouth and not interrupting, young students also need to learn basic electronic communication etiquette. And chances are your students are already using the internet quite skillfully so it's important to teach these lessons now.