...To add to the lack of social skills, we cannot leave out the increasing use of technology in our everyday lives has created a whole new reason for teaching manners and rules of etiquette. Now, in addition to teaching the basics like covering your mouth when you sneeze and not interrupting when others are talking, young students also need to learn how to communicate with one another verbally, as well as understanding how to be a good host and guess before they develop bad habits. The Etiquette and Leadership Institute of Indiana take its mission seriously in educating young children so they can have a strong foundation and grow up to become socially acceptable.
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Hi, mommy, please sign me up for the next Little Ambassadors Etiquette Seminar? I heard it's so much fun and educational.
Love ya, Joey
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Why children lack social skills?
There's a conscience by those working in the fields of education and social work who believe children between the ages of three and seven are subject to taking the behaviors (good and/or bad) they learn, and experience in their home environment and demonstrate these behaviors in social environment; i.e. school, their friends home, the play-ground and the like. If this is so, then what's really at stake? Is the future of generations to come? Or the inability to understand and apply social skills (manners, rules of etiquette) in the future...our children will surely have a challenge on their hands? Now is the time to invest in your child education, by making it possible for them to learn manners, rules of etiquette, civility, and conflict resolution...