FREE Manners Printable Pack

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There is a time and place for proper behavior and then there’s a time to get wild.  Children are often in the mood to run, shout, and cause all sorts of ruckus no matter their surroundings, so it must be an intentional decision by parents to teach them proper behavior. Manners are very important to anyone who wants to operate in society without difficulty. The base of this, in my opinion, is awareness of those around  you. We don’t cough without covering our mouths because we could spread our germs to others. We don’t screech like monkeys in any place because the loudness may disturb someone else. We share because it makes others feel good and helps us make friends!

But sometimes, you just want to run free. 

In Mr. Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown we enter the very proper hometown of the title character. Everything is always just so. No one ever exhibits bad manners and no ever strays from proper behavior. Until one day when Mr. Tiger decides he wants to loosen up a bit.

This is a fun book to use to show children that while there is a time and place for proper manners, there’s also a time when it is perfectly okay to be yourself and run a little free.

To accompany today’s book in the 31 Days of Storybook Learning Series, I’ve created a free printable pack that explores why we should use good manners. The pack includes a matching card game and a color your own mini book.

Let's Learn Manners! Free Printable Pack

 

Just input your email address below and follow the instructions sent to you to get your freebie! You will be emailed a password, so make sure to double check your inbox and spam folders!

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How do you teach your children their manners?

This post is part of the 31 Days to Storybook Learning. To see all the posts in the series, click here: 31 Days of Storybook Learning

 

For more tips and inspiration, check out the other participants:

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Dusty is a work at home, homeschooling mother of four and has been married to the love of her life, a Southern gentleman, for 10 years. She is trying to find her own path in this great wide world while devouring chocolate and leaning on the Lord.

Comments

  1. Great book! I think is awesome to use stories to teach children good behavior. I love the series!

  2. Corinne says:

    I was really looking forward to the book but I can’t download it. It says it couldn’t find the download link (see browser address bar) couldn’t be found in the wp_eStore database

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