Keep Me Home
Excuse This House
Learned in Daycare
Child Comes Home Messy
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Nothing in my bag?
Ten Commandments for Parents
Quality Family Childcare
Childcare is Priceless
I Love My Job
TABLE MANNERS FOR CHILDREN
These suggestions below are good manners to practice at home:
Wash your hands before sitting
Leave toys, books and pets behind.
When you sit down, place the
napkin in your lap.
Sit up straight and don't slouch.
Ask politely for dishes to be
passed. Never reach across the table.
Wait until everyone is seated
and served before starting to eat. If grace is said, wait to eat
until it is completed. Don't giggle during grace.
Keep your elbows off the table.
Never chew with your mouth open.
Never talk with a mouth full
Use utensils quietly without
banging them on the table or plate. You should place your knife softly
on the edge of the plate when not in use.
Slice butter from the butter
dish and place it on your butter plate or other plate. The butter
knife should stay with the butter dish.
Never wave or throw utensils
Keep your knife out of your mouth.
Never play with your food.
Never grab food from other people's
Ask politely for seconds if you
Ask to be excused from the table.
Clear your plate from the table
and take it into the kitchen.
Remember, good manners are important and make meals
more enjoyable. You will be proud if you learn these rules at home.
Then when you go out to eat, they will be habit.