When a child is rude, it’s not always intentional. Kids don’t realize they are being impolite by interrupting, talking loudly about others or other behaviors. And in many homes, etiquette gets little attention.
Etiquette Groups help children and young adults learn more than “which fork to use at dinner.” They learn the basics of good manners and other social skills that help them to fit into society more appropriately. These skills will impact them in school, in their social lives and in their adult professional lives. With good manners and social skills, children, teens and young adults are better equipped for a successful future.