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20Jun
2011
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Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire

Liar — Liar Pants on Fire…..It’s a familiar child rhyme originating from a poem by William Blake. “Deceiver, dissembler -Your trousers are alightFrom what pole or gallows -Shall they dangle in the night?…” While we are not exactly sure what pants on fire has to do with lying, it springs up in play when one […]

07Jun
2011
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Divorce vs. Child

Divorce vs. Child

Research has been done about divorce and its effect on children’s development for quite some time. Although this article seems to relate to common sense, it was a surprise to find out that children are most susceptible to “side effects” of the separation during and after the divorce. Even more interesting was that math scores […]

06Jun
2011
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We’re Baa-aaack!!!

We’re Baa-aaack!!!

Ok, ok, we know it’s been a quite a while.EtiKids blogs haven’t been able to make you smile.We’ve missed you tons and couldn’t stay away.We’re back to give tips on using manners every day. Social skills are important as kids get older- even more than before.They will help your child be leaders in the classroom, […]

19Feb
2011
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Good Sports

Good Sports

Good Sportsmanship On and Off the Field… “You cheated.” “Did not!” “Did too!” “Did not!” “Did too!” The biting words are common, endless and universal. Usually viewed during an exchange between children on the playing field, one can easily transfer a similar outburst years later in an adult setting (such as a boardroom). Often the […]

05Feb
2011
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Please Sneeze Into Your Sleeve

Please Sneeze Into Your Sleeve

Winter brings colds, runny noses, sneezes and coughs. Too few layersoutside, lots of clothing for inside, too much heat on in the room and insufficient warmth all raise the chance of becoming chilled and catching a bug! Stress, lack of sleep, holiday overindulgence and viral exposure may increase the odds that a cold will develop. […]

22Jan
2011
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Etiquette with Food Allergies

Etiquette with Food Allergies

Food allergies are becoming more common in society, as better medical tests are able to identify the source of a person’s discomfort. Although they are more prevalent, the person with the “ailment” needs to become his/her own advocate in order to ensure that surrounding foods can be eaten. It might seem an uncomfortable situation to […]

12Jan
2011
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Cell Phones and Manners

Cell Phones and Manners

They are everywhere… No longer just a means of communication, they have often become appendages that cover ears. Found all over the world, they vary in size, width, color and shape. Some have bling, others sing and almost everyone will ring! Yes, the cell phone is here to stay. Holiday cell phone gifts must have […]

29Dec
2010
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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

(Forgive us friends, for we have been negligent. It has been quite some time since our last post… Better late than never!) As the New Year approaches, it is a good time to review some of last year’s social highlights and check for areas to change, improve or tweak. When this year’s holiday parties come […]

15Dec
2010
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Please (again!)

Please (again!)

I recently did a survey on the EtiKids website. The question was “do you make children say please when you ask for something?” Out of the responses, 58.3% said they do “all of the time.” 16.7% said “not as often as I should,” and 25% had other answers, including, “I will when I have a […]

04Nov
2010
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To Chew or Not To Chew…

To Chew or Not To Chew…

That is the question… Kids put many objects into their mouths such as fingers, pen tops, pencil erasers, but one of the most socially acceptable items found in the oral cavity is chewing gum. A popular habit from the age of the caveman, it is often used to relieve stress, freshen breath, and may even […]

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