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THE GOOD MANNERS PAGE

Do you have school manners?

Raise your hand to ask a question

Share books and toys.

Say “excuse me” if you accidentally bump into someone in school or on the playground

When in the lunchroom, throw away your trash

Wait patiently in line and
Always chew and swallow food before talking


The Manners Alphabet

A
accept compliments
B
be on time
C
clean your hands
D
Do chew with mouth closed
E
elbows off table
F
friendliness
G
good grooming
H
hang up clothes
I
  Interrupt  not
J
join in
K
Kindness
L
lend a hand
M
magic words
N
never point
O
obey rules
P
Polite
Q
quiet in library
R
remember others
S
sit up straight
T
Thank the host
U
Use your smile
V
Visit the sick
W
watch crossing   street
X
"x" out bad habits
Y
yawn with mouth closed
Z zip-help someone zipper their coat


THE FLAG MANNERS

If the "Pledge of Allegiance" is said in class, show respect by standing, put your hand over your heart, and remain silent. 
 
Boys should remove their hats or ball caps.
 
Never talk while reciting

Never allow the flag to touch the ground

A flag pin should be worn on the left lapel near the heart

The flag should not be used as part of a costume

The flag should never be used as a covering for a ceiling or wall

 

DO YOU KNOW ABOUT TABLE MANNERS?

When eating, keep your elbows OFF the table. only rest your  wrist on the edge of the table or keep your hands in your lap.

Don't reach over someone's plate for something


DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO  DO WITH YOUR NAPKIN?



As soon as you sit down at the table, unfold your napkin and put it in your lap

While eating, use it to wipe any food you might get on your face or hands

When you are finished eating and leave the table, put it loosly next to your plate
 
These are good table manners

HOW TO EAT FOODS

CORN-ON-THE-COB
eat this vegetable with your hands

TORTILLAS
Filled tortillas:  If soft, eat with a fork   
If fried, use your fingers
 

Watermelon
Put the seeds into the palm of your hand and transfer them to the side of your plate.
 
Pineapple.
eat  with a spoon when cut into small pieces and a fork when sliced