A social skills lesson teaching polite vocabulary and behavior for students who struggle with rude behavior and making and keeping friends. Learning to say please and thank you, you're welcome, excuse me, and I'm sorry.
Students will wear Good Manners Police Badges and listen to given scenarios, they will determine if there are any Good Manners Law violators (for rude behavior).
The 9 rules of having good manners taught in this lesson are:
1. Accept Differences
2. Treat others the way you want to be treated.
3. Be respectful of yourself and others.
4. Be a good sport.
5. Be helpful and put others first.
6. Patience is key, wait your turn.
7. Don't leave a mess.
8. Be kind, fair, and share.
9. Show others you appreciate them.
This activity takes about 30 minutes to complete with a small or large group. The goal is for students to practice using polite vocabulary and having good manners.
Activity description including instructions/walkthrough of activity, objectives, materials, and ASCA standards.
Manners Police Badges (Sheriff's badge)
Good Manners Law (the 9 rules of having good manners)
6 pages of scenarios (1 per page, featuring rude behaviors)
Mind your manners vocabulary page
***This activity is also available as part of my Social Skills Small Group Counseling Curriculum
Let's follow each other on Social Media:
Heart and Mind Teaching on Pinerest
Heart and Mind Teaching on Facebook
Heart and Mind Teaching Blog
Heart and Mind Teaching on GooglePlus
Copyright © Heart and Mind Teaching. Permission for classroom and personal use for the buyer only. Posting any part of this online or distributing it electronically is strictly prohibited. Duplication of this item is strictly prohibited without the written permission of the publisher. Publisher's email: HeartandMindTeaching@gmail.com
See last page of product file for clip-art, graphics, and font credits.