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MrsGoodeManners
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Good manners is not pointing out someone's bad manners, and embarrassing them.
 
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Make mealtimes fun and educational with Mrs. Good”e” Manners’ printable activity placemats, filled with puzzles and games that will keep your chi...
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Black and white coloring placemat. Children can be creative and color what they want their plate, silverware, and glass to look like. They are le...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching manners to children and pre-teens, even teens, for the last 4 years. I now have a blog and my placemats. I teach scouting groups, after school programs, and even young women in the National Charity League (NCL). You can visit my website at www.mrsgoodemanners.com

MY TEACHING STYLE

A fun, non-threatening approach to teaching manners.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduate of Cal Poly, SLO with a BA in History

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I’m often asked what inspired me to create my business—teaching manners to children. The answer? My own children. Hi, I’m Julie Goode, proud mom of sons Joseph (17) and Dominic (15). I had noticed, along with some girlfriends who are also moms, that aside from Cotillion class and the like, there was nowhere we could send our children to learn basic manners. Sure, we all enforced proper conduct at home, but our children felt picked on and nagged when their own parents disciplined them. So I came up with the idea of creating a fun atmosphere devoted to teaching the basics. I achieved certification through a group called Etiquette Moms, and Mrs. Goode Manners was born. Mrs. Goode Manners offers a menu of classes to fit different age groups and situations, with a unique, enjoyable, hands-on curriculum. Children who come in dragging their feet are the same ones who can’t wait for the next class. And they are learning skills that will last a lifetime.