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Learning Center: Teacher's Corner > Etiquette & Values

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It's MINE! How to encourage sharing

Most children are not big fans of sharing, but to make sharing part of life from toddler-hood on up has its advantages.
>Read tips on children sharing

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The Why's and How's of Teaching Good Manners

My mother always said, “If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” I find myself using this same phrase. The other common phrase I find myself using is “treat others like you want to be treated.” But how do we get our children to understand this?
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10 Manners Worth
Focusing On

Good manners can get you far in life. But teaching our children how to have manners, and which manners to focus on, can be a challenge. We have compiled a list of some of the top behaviors
>Top Manners to Teach Children

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Teaching your Child to Give

Does your child prefer to receive gifts instead of giving gifts? If so, you are not alone. Giving is a learned behavior. Is it worth your time and effort to teach children giving?
>How to encourage giving

 

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Tips on Teaching your Child to be a Good Sport

How do you teach your child not to gloat, to admit when they are wrong and to be a team player without throwing a hissy fit when things don’t go their way?
>How to be a good sport

 

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Clubs and Organizations

Tips and Ideas to get involved.
> coming soon!

 

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