It’s never too early to start learning about etiquette!
Sometimes kids just don’t realize it’s impolite to interrupt, pick their nose, or loudly observe that the lady walking in front of them has a large behind. And in the hustle and bustle of daily life, busy moms and dads don’t always have the time to focus on etiquette.
Respecting and valuing others is a key factor in growing up to be a confident and poised adult. Old world manners are no longer required today, but the basic principals of etiquette still hold strong and true. Good table manners, pleasant conversation skills and making a positive impression never go out of style. Good manners make life more pleasant for everyone, so why not give your child the social tools they will use everyday for the rest of their lives. My classes are geared to improve their attitude and self-confidence- and they have fun doing it.
Contact me to schedule lessons that will teach participants:
- The manners that people expect them to know
- The skills to figure out how to interact with others politely and with respect
- The confidence to handle any situation, from the day-to-day to the crucial
The end result: Participants equipped with social skills cultivated at a young age and reinforced throughout young adulthood.
Who benefits from Kids Etiquette Classes?
- Everyone ages 12 and under
- Single one or two hour session
- Three week workshop (1.5 hour sessions)
- Eight week workshop (weekly one hour sessions)
- Half-day (up to four hours)
- One week intensive workshop (Five half-day sessions)
- Two week intensive workshop (Ten 1 hour sessions)
- On-going sessions curated to the individual’s requests
Example topics to customize your program:
- What is Etiquette? and Why Etiquette Matters
- Introductions and favorable first impressions
- Manners outside the home
- Family interactions
- Sharing with Friends
- Understanding body language
- Table Manners
- Etiquette in School
- Sports Etiquette
- Party Etiquette & Thank You Notes
- Inter-generational Differences
- International Perspectives