Teaching Kids to Say Thank You

Encourage your children to develop the social skill of writing thank you notes-on paper, sent with a postage stamp, etc. Buy a pack of thank-you cards suitable for children's age/gender and tuck into Christmas stockings. You might even address or at least write name on each envelope as gifts are opened that will need notes. Jot what the gift was where the stamp will go, or on the inside of envelope flap.


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