“Is your kitchen table the new school cafeteria? Has quarantine made everything a little too casual? Are you concerned your kids will not be ready to go back to the real world?”
Well, it’s grandkids now, but when another promotion came across my email asking these questions and it had to do with manners for kids, I took time to look it over. They are only grandbabies now, but manners taught early on seem to stick.
The promotion was for the new video collection,“The Mrs. McVeigh’s Magnificent Manners Show.”
Children’s Manners and Parenting Expert Elise McVeigh takes children through six important manners lessons, and reiterates the materials through books, fun worksheets, activity sheets and videos.
This easy and fun series is touted to give your child a passion for having good manners and doing the right thing in any situation. The video collection launches on March 1 and is available for purchase on Mrs.McVeighsManners.com or through Amazon.com.
The lessons include Meeting and Greeting, Appearance, Set the Table, Table Manners, Eating at School, and Restaurant Manners. There are even two levels – Level I is for Pre-Readers (ages 3-6), and Level II is for Readers (ages 7-11). Each online video set contains a workbook and a Set the Table placemat.
“I wanted to create this video series for children who do not have the opportunity to experience a Mrs. McVeigh’s Manners class in person,” McVeigh said in the promotional email. “Due to COVID-19 and geographical…