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How Rude! An Age-by-Age Guide to Teaching Kids Manners

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Ages 7-10: Being Gracious


Reinforce saying thanks and let her practice her letter-writing skills by working on thank-you cards for gifts she receives. Here are some helpful hints:

  • Have her make a list of who came to her birthday party, gave her a holiday gift, or did something nice for her.
  • Buy or – even better – make some thank-you cards on special paper and try this thank-you card writing activity.

Next: Ages 7-10: Being a Good Sport

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