Manners!

Today we read a story called “I Won’t Say Please” by Mij Kelly and Ruth Palmer.

 In this story a Queen Bee never says the word “Please”.  Nobody will do what she tells them to do unless she says “please” .   This makes her very sad and miserable.  The story ends when the Queen Bee finally says please when someone saves her.

We talked about the importance of manners and we learned a lot from each other.  Many children have special manners at their dinner table and many have been told by adults to respect both adults and children.  We made a special book of manners. 

  What do you think of our book?  What special manners do you remember?

4 thoughts on “Manners!

  1. Dear Miss tieppo and 2tm
    Congratulations 2tm for a great start to the year
    2tm. I bet you will have the best year especially when you have the best teacher ever. At my new school all of my new friends use manners to me and to everybody they can possibly think of. Have a great year. From Grace the girl who left school

    • Hi Grace,

      So lovely to hear from you. We are very happy to hear that the people at your new school always use their manners. I hope that you have a great start to your new school year too. Keep visiting!

      From Ms. Tieppo and 2TM

  2. Dear 2TM,

    We loved reading your book of manners! Here are some of the manners we use in 2V.

    -we don’t interrupt the teacher (Mollie)
    – we don’t say rude words to eachother (Sam.W)
    – we say ‘please’ and ‘thank-you’ (Samantha)
    – we are respectful in prayer time (Erin)
    – we say ‘please’when we want something (Josh.B)
    – we don’t call out (Annabel)

    We look forward to blogging with you!

    From Miss Valvo and 2V

    • Dear 2V,

      We loved your comments about manners. We think that your manners are important too. We like to use our manners too in 2TM.

      Can you please keep coming to visit us again.
      What is the name of your blog?
      From all of us in 2TM

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