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For us moms, it's always a big challenge to get the little ones polite. Let's learn how to ask, thank you properly, if they get something, thank you for the situation ... Or is it okay to say something at all?What should I do if the child is not, or is not, "this way"?Salvation is one of the basic tools of communication and communication between people, but it very often leaves children completely cold, and for a variety of reasons, they tend to dismiss this form of politeness as absolute. What can a mother do in this case? Two children under the age of 3, and I still do not feel so dramatic if I miss some gratitude. My younger son is still only in the "papal era" and the older one is now almost 2.5 years old. But at least thanks. However, in many people - especially with older children - the lack of gratitude causes a lot of tension, especially for parents, because we fear that our child's behavior may be too small for us to be too small. or if they use only the most sympathetic form of grace they have chosen, regardless of age, gender, position, you should know how to save them. " However, for many, especially for the higher nature, this is still a problem. It should never be forced, put strangers in an awkward position in front of strangers. Get the best results with home-based example and practice, "says dr. Kibidi V. Katalin etiquette specialist.How can we teach children how to cook properly? And in general, what is the right form of salvation today? Is it okay to teach the little ones or to like them? We may have a lot of questions in this topic, as we may not have received the necessary know-how that could be expected in the world today.As the expert emphasizes, most importantly, we ourselves are showing a good example. After all, children also grow up to take for granted the "rituals" we carry out (we go into the store, we pay to go out, we get to order something, we get it done, we get it done). the formulas, especially if they are still praised for their correct behavior. In the absence of salvation, the crying or the echoing of something does not come. This can be humbling for the kids, and just let the opposite happen to them - the little ones can be defiant and turn inward in similar situations in the future. It is important to emphasize that if you are lazy, it will be fun for us and we will be very proud of it. And if you're not thanking you, lean over and let him hear you, whisper to warn him, but don't force him if he doesn't thank you anymore, though. form, nor do I teach it to my children, but the etiquette of the present day requires the same form of salutation for young children: "In toddlers' and lower grades," I trickle "is the accepted form of salutation. From the age of three, you can practice hand trapping with your child and look into the other's eyes in goodbye. Keeping an eye contact is a problem for many children (even in teenage years), when I advise a child to think about just seeing the color of the other's eyes or to focus on a point on their forehead. in a confident form, and at this age you can be expected to use a form of gratification appropriate to the time of the day (Good morning! Good day, etc.). We call your attention to the fact that "delusional" is very necessary to add, because it is just so polite. "- says Catherine, who teaches etiquette in a playful way at school for children from the ages of 11 to 12.
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