1.The child interrupts a conversation
2. He forgets polite forms of address in interactions with others
3. Bad table manners
4. The child is rude during the visits
Good manners are a set of behavioural rules that the child must respect in public and in interactions with others. It is also an insight into how we educate and discipline as a parent.
Even if you take care to teach him when he is little how to treat others, they interact with others in society, there are some rules of politeness that children often tend to forget them. Here are some manners you must insist more in disciplining your child!
The child interrupts a conversation
One of the first good manners that parents teach children is to not interrupt others when talking on the phone or wearing a dialogue with others. Is the first rule of behaviour that children tend to forget.
Although often tell you not allowed to interrupt someone while talking on the phone or child, impatient by nature, cannot help but pull yourself sleeve often pay attention to them.
When he sees that is no reaction from you, he begins to scream becoming louder, and if even this method does not work, break out in a huff.
It is important to keep your temper and to explain, repeatedly, how to behave in such situations. If you break the rules constantly established and consequences (punishment) for breaking the rules.
Forgets forms of address and politeness in interactions with others
Every time the child meets a person, whoever it is, he must know how to use formulas correct addressing:
Hello; goodbye; thank you; Nice to meet you; please.
The child must be taught that there are differences between how should it be address to an adult and one where it does with a child or with familiar people. These rules are difficult to remember by a little a few years old.
There are quite a few in number, and until you get accustomed Who should you address it “a good day” or “you” and who the “you” or “good” will take some time. A simple solution usable by you learn to retain them easier is role play.
It helps to put the child in various situations imaginary and to practice with him all forms of address in contexts appropriate.
Bad table manners
Rules of etiquette at the table are quite a lot and as much as you explain it to the child, he does not always understand what is not allowed to:
sit with the elbows on the table;
talk while eating;
get up from the table before finish everyone to eat;
no Smack or sips soup;
eat before the others.
Be an example for him and behave yourself at the table as you want to wear it because learning is best by example. The child retains and more easily understands the role of good manners in his behaviours if he sees that others do the same.
The child is rude during the visits
Perhaps in theory you explain what are the rules of etiquette during the visit and why they are necessary. I’ve said probably not allowed to:
They spread their toys everywhere;
to jump in bed or running around the house;
to interrupt the conversations of others;
to sound strongly hammers or door etc.
But when it comes to practice, the child suffers sudden “amnesia” and frequently returns to normal behaviour: screaming, crying as was bored, like the computer, do not sit at the table etc.
It is recommended to talk to him about these rules and practice them in various role plays. Even if you’ve already made a “duty” and have all taught the child how to behave appropriately in public, at mass, at school or to visit, there will always be situations where it breaks the rules and forget everything you learned so perseverance.
It is important to remember that at a young age, the child is not a big fan of rules, but rather full of freedom and independence.
Remembering or repeating constant modelling good behaviour underlies a well-bred child.
What are the manners that your child often tends to forget? How do you remind them constantly? Tell us your opinions in the comments section below.