Scenarios and role-play activities help adults reinforce the book's lessons. Title Be Polite and Kind. Demonstrates ways of showing politeness, speaking kindly, using basic courtesies, and respecting the feelings of others.
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About this product Product Information When children are kind, courteous, and respectful, people enjoy being around them and reciprocate with the same behavior. This book helps kids understand the importance of showing politeness, speaking kindly, using basic courtesies please, thank you, excuse me , and respecting the feelings of others.
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Add to Wants. As a kid in elementary or middle school, you're at a wonderful stage in your life. You're like a sponge, able to soak up lots of new and exciting information.
On top of that, you're able to think about all this information in new ways. Your teacher knows that, and in most cases, is thrilled to be the person who's giving you all that material and helping you put it together.
Be Polite and Kind (Learning to Get Along®) and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Be Polite and Kind (Learning to Get Along®) Paperback – December 15, Reviewed with Cheri J. Meiners' Join In and Play. When children are kind, courteous, and respectful, people enjoy being around them and reciprocate with the same behavior. Use this book to teach manners.
Remember, teachers are people, too, and they feel great if you're open to what they're teaching you. That's why they wanted to be teachers in the first place — to teach! Some kids may be able to learn in any setting, whether they like the teacher or not.
But most kids are sensitive to the way they get along with the teacher, and if things aren't going well, they won't learn as well and won't enjoy being in class. From your teacher's perspective, he or she wants to make sure you are paying attention, being respectful and polite, and trying your best to learn. From your perspective, you want a teacher who is respectful to you, answers your questions, and tries to help you learn. In every school, kids will say certain teachers are mean or tough, but don't judge a teacher until you are in his or her class and can see for yourself.
In the majority of cases, your teacher is on your side.
And a teacher who's called tough may be someone who feels strongly about getting his or her job done — teaching you the subject you are supposed to learn. It's also important to remember that making mistakes is a part of learning.