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Etiquette for kids: the rules of conduct at the table

To read, write, dance… Why not just have children to learn. And all this is necessary, this will need them later in adult life. Rules of conduct in society is not produced by themselves, they also learn. From the earliest years. To greet, say thank you, not to interrupt your elders. Not less important is the behavior at the table. To observe the rules of conduct during the meal it is necessary not only for aesthetic reasons, but primarily for the safety of the baby and avoid unpleasant situations. For example, if the child is able to use a fork, not playing it during the meal, the subject he will not hurt themselves or others sitting with him at the table. If you have time to teach their child not to swing on the chair, waving his arms at the table, there is a good chance that the trouble in the form of diffuse across the table soup you are not threatened.

So what exactly children rules of conduct at the table? They are the same as for adults. However, they can be called more simplistic. Perhaps the student do not need to know in what amounts and in what glasses to pour the liquor. As well as does not make sense to require a three year old child to properly use a knife and fork. But the basic rules every child should know.

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