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Discipline:
Elementary School
Subject:
Beginning Readers
Grade:
2

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Manners

Manners2nd Grade

Martha Doesn’t Say Sorry! (Core)Martha does many things, but she wont give hugs, until one day when Martha discovers that cookies, piggyback rides, and hugs aren’t for people who don’t apologize, she decides it might be time to reconsider. This otter will remind readers with humor and hear that apologizing isn’t that bad. It can even be fun. Sometimes. I chose this book to be one of the core books I would read to my class because it has some very good examples of what students are always doing at a young age and they never want to apologize. This book shows just how easy it is to apologize to make things better!

Manners on the PlaygroundFind out how good manners make the playground safe and fun for everyone. This book gives different examples of students that have good manners on the playground while playing, and how much fun they are having. This is a great book to read to your students during the first week of school, or have out for your students to read. This gives students a gentle and fun reminder on how to act on the playground. This is something students need to be reminded of because some things that are allowed at home aren’t always allowed at school.

Always in Trouble (Core)No matter what day of the week it is, Toby the dog is always into some sort of trouble. Emma loves her dog, but something needs to be done to make him behave. Emma’s mom is getting very upset on how Toby is acting. I really thought this was a good book that the students would enjoy. It is a funny way for students to learn about manners and having to behave through another character. It has good humor in it. There are many different things you could have the students do after reading the book to the students.

Manners on the School BusFind out how good manners make bus rides pleasant for everyone. This book gives wonderful examples of how students behave well on the bus, and how they have a safe fun ride.This is also a really good book to read to your class or have your students read on their own during the first week of school. School bus rules always need to be enforced, because students think that the bus driver can’t always see what they are doing. Safety for the students is always a very important thing, and I feel that this book shows a nice reminder to students on how to act safely.

Manners in the LunchroomFind out how good manners can make lunchtime fun for everyone. This book shows examples of students that have good manners in the lunchroom and how they can help each other out to make lunchtime a good time for everyone. This is also another good book to read to students or have them read on their own. Little books like this are always a great reminder to students on how to behave without having to lecture them.

Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns to Listen (Core)This story is about a rabbit who is never listening to whatever anyone is telling him or saying to him. Something is always going wrong because he never listens! Until one day when he decides to start listening, and things start to change. This is a good book children can relate to. Many children never want to listen to what anyone tells them because they always think they know everything. This book shows them just what might happen if they think that they don’t have to listen to anyone. It is a cute funny book and I really think that children would enjoy it.

This is a wonderful video that adds to the lessons on manners. This video teaches more about manners but in a different way than reading a story. This video also really keeps the students involved by asking questions, and picking between two pictures and different things.

This is a wonderful picture of the different things that students can do to have good manners. Many of these were also talked in the books that would be read to them, or that they could have read themselves. These would be good to introduce one to them each day, and then laminate them and at the end of the week of talking about manners you could have them all on the door or wall for a reminder for the students for the rest of the year.

We say, "Thank you.” We say, "Please."We don't interrupt or tease.We don't argue. We don't fuss --Listen when folks talk to us.Share our toys and take our turn.Manners are easy to learn.(To The Tune of Twinkle Twinkle)


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  • lupita 5 years ago

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    good for students