How to make your children learn etiquette?
From LZH Parenting Classroom
Have you ever encountered that teaching children to be polite is stressful for you?
Yes, I believe that every parent has experienced these bad memories.
Therefore, let us discuss with LZH here how to teach our children good manners, and why learning these is very important for them.
Etiquette is a term defined as "correct social behavior rules." This is how people interact with each other in society, and your child’s behavior today may greatly affect how they interact in society when they grow up.
The purpose of etiquette is to ensure civilized communication between people. From a child's perspective, this usually means that they can't do what they want when they want to do it. This can lead to tantrums and unpleasant behaviors, which can really make you nervous.
But why should they care about these rules?
Why is etiquette so important in modern society?
Etiquette is a social agreement that defines social expectations in society. They are a set of behaviors and customs that are considered polite and expected in social situations.
The etiquette we observe today has existed for centuries. The first rule in "Etiquette" is to treat others as you wish to be treated. For our children, there is no better way to learn this than when we treat them at home.
LZH believes that in today's world, it is important to let children know what kind of courtesy they should follow because it will help them get along with others better.
What exactly is etiquette?
Etiquette is a series of interactive courses. Provide information about different social situations, such as the right way to introduce yourself to new friends, how to behave in school, and what to wear for formal events.
Etiquette is divided into two different types: teaching and playing.
Teaching provides users with information and practice exercises on a given topic
The game allows users to try various social situations and decide for themselves what to do in each situation.
Some tips for teaching etiquette in the family
Introduce family members to the idea that they should always ask for permission before entering someone's house.
1. Make sure everyone knows to take off their shoes when entering the house, and do not walk on any carpet or touch any furniture without being asked.
2. When eating or drinking at the kitchen table or any other common area of your house, let everyone clean up by themselves.
3. When guests come over, be sure to give them food and drinks, but don't give them anything else unless you are sure it is something they like.
4. If someone puts food on the table outside, make sure you clean it up immediately.
Raising a polite child in the ordinary world, the world may be a difficult place, but it is not necessarily difficult for your child.
In an ordinary world, it is easy to cultivate a polite child. All you need is some simple and effective tools and techniques, which will help build more loving interactions with your children. This will help them learn some of the most important skills needed in life, such as self-regulation and empathy.
How about you? How do you treat your child's courtesy? Thank you for coming to the LZH blog! You are welcome to read and comment to share your views.