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Good
Manners
What are Good Manners?
Courtesy, politeness or
having good
manners are all about
respecting others and
yourself.
How would you feel if
someone:

talked to your
friend but
turned his/her
back on you?
Or if someone…

pushed you
out of the
way to get
the seat you
were about to
sit on?
Or if someone…

let the door
slam in your
face as you
were about to
walk through
it?
Or if someone…

shared your
things but
never shared
anything of
theirs?
Or if someone…

never said
'please’,
‘excuse me’,
or 'thank
you‘?
Good manners is about
considering the feelings of
other people, and being the
kind of person that others will
like and res...
In the 'olden
days' children
were taught
about the
Golden Rule:
Or in
simpler
words:
To make it simple:
If you show good
manners
everywhere you go…

then you are more
likely to encourage
others to behave in
...
What good manners look like

at home
What good manners look like
at home...

Being helpful
to others in
your home
What good manners look like
at home...

saying
'please' and
'thank you'
What good manners look like
at home...

sharing, and
not grabbing
and keeping
good things
to yourself
What good manners look like
at home...

respecting
other people's
property and
their rooms
What good manners look like
at home...

helping the
family by
doing your
chores
What good manners look like
at home...

cleaning up
after yourself.
in

Manners
Manners in School…
saying “good
morning/
afternoon” if
you are walking
past an
adult who you
know
Manners in School…
asking if you can
borrow or have
something, not
just taking
without asking
permission
Manners at School…

returning
things that
you have
borrowed
Manners at School…

waiting your
turn before you
speak
Manners at School…

saying 'excuse
me,' rather
than pushing
past someone
Manners at School…
holding the
door open for
the person
coming in,
especially if he
is carrying
something
Manners at School…
respecting your
own and other
people's
property, especi
ally school
property
Manners at School…

saying
'please' and
'thank you'
Manners in School…
Be polite to
others. Don't
make fun of
anyone everyone has
feelings.
Manners in School…

Don't use bad
language - it is
offensive to
others.
Manners at School…
Put your
rubbish into
bins, don't
leave it for
someone else
to clean up.
Having good manners makes
you a pleasant person to be
around.

Wherever you go, it is up to you to
give a good impression ...
Manners
Manners! Manners! Don't be rude; be nice.
Manners will make your brain think twice!
Chew with your mouth closed.
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  1. 1. Good Manners
  2. 2. What are Good Manners? Courtesy, politeness or having good manners are all about respecting others and yourself.
  3. 3. How would you feel if someone: talked to your friend but turned his/her back on you?
  4. 4. Or if someone… pushed you out of the way to get the seat you were about to sit on?
  5. 5. Or if someone… let the door slam in your face as you were about to walk through it?
  6. 6. Or if someone… shared your things but never shared anything of theirs?
  7. 7. Or if someone… never said 'please’, ‘excuse me’, or 'thank you‘?
  8. 8. Good manners is about considering the feelings of other people, and being the kind of person that others will like and respect.
  9. 9. In the 'olden days' children were taught about the Golden Rule:
  10. 10. Or in simpler words:
  11. 11. To make it simple: If you show good manners everywhere you go… then you are more likely to encourage others to behave in the same way towards you.
  12. 12. What good manners look like at home
  13. 13. What good manners look like at home... Being helpful to others in your home
  14. 14. What good manners look like at home... saying 'please' and 'thank you'
  15. 15. What good manners look like at home... sharing, and not grabbing and keeping good things to yourself
  16. 16. What good manners look like at home... respecting other people's property and their rooms
  17. 17. What good manners look like at home... helping the family by doing your chores
  18. 18. What good manners look like at home... cleaning up after yourself.
  19. 19. in Manners
  20. 20. Manners in School… saying “good morning/ afternoon” if you are walking past an adult who you know
  21. 21. Manners in School… asking if you can borrow or have something, not just taking without asking permission
  22. 22. Manners at School… returning things that you have borrowed
  23. 23. Manners at School… waiting your turn before you speak
  24. 24. Manners at School… saying 'excuse me,' rather than pushing past someone
  25. 25. Manners at School… holding the door open for the person coming in, especially if he is carrying something
  26. 26. Manners at School… respecting your own and other people's property, especi ally school property
  27. 27. Manners at School… saying 'please' and 'thank you'
  28. 28. Manners in School… Be polite to others. Don't make fun of anyone everyone has feelings.
  29. 29. Manners in School… Don't use bad language - it is offensive to others.
  30. 30. Manners at School… Put your rubbish into bins, don't leave it for someone else to clean up.
  31. 31. Having good manners makes you a pleasant person to be around. Wherever you go, it is up to you to give a good impression of yourself, your school, your sports team, your group and your family. Behaving badly doesn't just give a bad impression of yourself.
  32. 32. Manners Manners! Manners! Don't be rude; be nice. Manners will make your brain think twice! Chew with your mouth closed. Don’t leave your uvula exposed! Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze. Use your manners around other people, please. In the shops, or even at the beach. Use them and people will think you're a peach. If it's sunny or raining, in the shops or at dinner Use your manners and you'll be a winner!

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