Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 27, 2011
Real-life princesses such as Catherine Duchess of Cambridge aren’t only stylish but are also poised, well-mannered and kind. Laying a foundation of good manners at home and at school will help children grow up to be self-confident and successful adults.
Whether you make a game out of setting the table or creating a checklist on the wall, kids respond to learning when the lessons are engaging, interactive and age appropriate. Helping parents teach their daughters the art of good manners, etiquette expert Elise McVeigh offers her “Etiquette 101” rules that are easy to execute using simple tools and activities that introduce common courtesies in a fun and relevant way for girls.
Elise's must-haves include a manners checklist that's visual and tangible as well as lesson-based DVD's and toys that can be used as conversation starters. Mattel has just launched a new "Barbie Princess Charm School" DVD that includes a full line of dolls and toys which parents can use to practice manners with their children. For more information, visit Barbie.com.
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