Teaching Children’s Party Manners

Teaching Children’s Party Manners

Party Manners

If you are having a party is best not to hand out the invitations in front of others who are not being invited. Perhaps you could ask the teacher to pop them in the children’s school bags or you could post them. Remember how you felt when you didn’t get invited to someone’s party. It’ best to keep these things quiet.

When you receive and invitation it’s polite to R.S.V.P. which method you need to let the person know if you will be able to attend. The reason you need to do this is so the large number of the party knows how much food, drink and prizes to buy.

The best way to r.s.v.p. is to do it with a card or get mum or dad to ring up and r.s.v.p. for you. There is always a date on the invitation you need to do this by so all the shopping and preparations can be done in time for the party.

When you r.s.v.p. to a party it is polite to turn up and turn up on time. clearly sometimes things come up and we are a little late. You can always phone and let them know you are on your way. If you are genuinely sick on the day be sure that mum or dad phone up and let the great number know you are very sorry you can’t make it.

  • When you are large number of the party it’s important to greet your guests at the front door.
  • Don’t grab the present out of their hand.
  • Thank them for the gift and put it aside to open when everyone arrives or when mum or dad say it’s appropriate to do so.
  • Before you open the gift always read the card out aloud.
  • Open your gift nicely, don’t tear into the paper.
  • Be grateful for your gift no matter what it is, already if you already have one or you don’t like it that much. A lot of time and effort have gone into choosing that gift.
  • Introduce your guests to eachother and your parents.
  • Participate in all the games and don’t be a bad sport if you don’t win. proportion the prizes with all of your guests and make sure they are all having a good time.
  • When the party if finished thank everyone for coming.
  • Then the next day send out thank you notes to your friends for their gift. Don’t leave this until a month after the party.

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