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San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Elbows Off the Table! A Lesson On Table Manners for Kids
We are in a day and age when most meals are consumed using fingers, forks and watching television. Kids do not want to hear that the television should be off while they are eating. Which makes teaching proper table manners and etiquette difficult for some parents. However, kids need to learn proper table manners to avoid embarrassing themselves and possibly their parent too.
It's time to let our children know things they used to do when they were younger are no longer funny as they get older. What we once thought was funny can now easily be viewed as rude or bad table manners. If children do not know how to properly behave in social situations it will make them less confident in themselves and feel out of place.
In this class your kids will learn:
- Why elbows are not allowed on the table
- How to properly set a table
- How to properly eat and use their utensils
- How to properly eat and cut meat
- Which water glass belongs to them
- and much much more!
All tickets must be purchased in advance unless other arrangements have been made. Purchase your tickets today to reserve your seat in our class. Seating is limited. This class is for boys and girls ages 5yrs - 13yrs.
Allow your child to join us this Saturday for a very Fun and Exciting lesson on Table Manners for Kids. The children will role-play and become the wait staff, hosts, cooks and more to create a fun and enjoyable dining experience as they are taught a lesson on table manners they won't forget.
For questions and additional information please contact:
M. Shannon Consulting
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Michelle Shannon provides products and services to enhance one's manners or social behavior. She has a desire to influence young ladies and gentlemen in their journey of learning, making choices and discovery. Michelle Shannon's mission is to educate, motivate and re-direct the life choices of our children.