good manners appear naturally.
Teach the child to say "hello" or "thank you" - is not the first step.Much more important to teach him to love people.If he does not love, it will be difficult to teach good manners surface.
second step-not concentrate attention on it in the presence of strangers.We always tend to, especially with the firstborn, just submit it and make something to say.But when you do that with a two-year child, he is embarrassed.And it gets used to feel embarrassed and uncomfortable when he sees that you shake, because he knows that right now it is his turn.Much better in the first three or four years, when the child needs time to get used to a stranger at first to divert the conversation from him, not to talk about it right away.The child is three or four years, usually a few minutes listening to my mother talking with an unfamiliar aunt, and then get involved in the conversation with comments such as: "The water flooded the entire floor in the toilet."Of course, this is not the manner of Lord Chesterfield, for it
The third and probably the most important condition - the child should grow up in a family, all of whose members care for each other.Here he absorbs goodness.He wants to say "thank you", because that other family members have been reported because they are sincerely grateful.He gladly remove hat to the woman, because it really wants to be like daddy.
Of course, the child should be taught to be polite and attentive.If this is a friendly, a child learns to be happy.More importantly, everyone likes a child with good manners, and I do not like rude and inconsiderate.Parents should bring up such child to be loved by others.This, in turn, makes it more friendly.
When you teach a child good manners, try to do it alone with him, but not in the presence of others, which will embarrass him.