There are some very crucial and irrefutable manners that each preschooler should be acquainted with in explicit levels. That is because, without these manners, children can’t function in a socially approved manner. Therefore, the brunt for inducing such manners falls largely upon the Nurseries in which these students are enrolled. Towards that end, Mosaic Nursery strives and exerts it best efforts. The following manners are the ones that Mosaic Nursery is concerned with in regards to teaching children or preschoolers if you will:
1. Saying Please:
It is pretty much the first and the foremost of all manners quite frankly. Children need to learn politeness and respect. That means saying please whenever soliciting something so that they come across as refined and well behaved. That is exactly what Mosaic Nursery teaches its disciples in the first phase.
2. Saying Thank You:
Just like saying please reflects the good manners and refined socialization of a child, saying “thank you” is carries a parallel and congruent message. It teaches preschoolers gratification and the value of being obliged to someone who does them a favor.
3. No Interrupt Grown up Conversations:
The worst thing that shows a child is bereft of restraint and respect is when he or she intervenes in the conversation between grownups. That is why it is necessary to teach students the value of being impassive and mindful while grownups are engaged in their colloquial interactions.
4. Saying “Excuse Me”:
Students need to be taught that the proper and socially favored manner of addressing someone whose attention you covet is to say “Excuse Me” prior to initiating any conversation. That is why preschoolers are taught this polite and innocuous manner for entering into a conversation.
5. Asking for Permission:
Preschoolers need to be taught that whenever they harbor doubt or ambiguity about doing anything, then it’s better to first solicit permission lest it entails a grievous situation later on.
6. Keeping Opinions out of Grownups Knowledge:
No matter whatever opinion that a preschooler might possess in regards to anything, it should be made clear to them that these opinions are their own and as of such should not be disclosed to elders or grownups. They can be positive or negative so it’s best for them to keep it to themselves.
7. Not commenting on others Physical Characteristics:
Preschoolers are taught to not comment on the physical characteristics of others. However, this regulation can be waived off in case if a student wishes to compliment the other on said parameters.
8. Being Polite and responsive:
If a person asks how a preschooler is, then it is socially expected that he or she inquires about the person posing the query as well.
9. Proper Table Manners:
When preschoolers eat, they should do so in a manner that is well mannered and in accordance with the demands of applicable propriety.
10. Asking for Permission before Entering Room or House:
Knocking on doors, ringing the bell or any other applicable method that allows for acquisition of permission before entering a room or premises are manners that need to be taught to every preschooler.