How to Improve Child & Teen Social Skills and Table Manners

Sat, Jan 22

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Tucson

How to Improve Child & Teen Social Skills and Table Manners

Is your child/teen struggling with basic social skills and table manners? Socialization begins right after birth, with our younger years being the most crucial. When kids socialize, they learn how to interact with others, empathy skills, give and take, negotiation, social cues, and social norms.

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Time & Location

Jan 22, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM MST

Tucson, 5655 E River Rd, Tucson, AZ 85750, USA

About the Event

Is your child/teen struggling with basic social skills and table manners?

Socialization begins right after birth, with our younger years being the most crucial. When kids socialize, they learn how to interact with others, empathy skills, give and take, negotiation, social cues, and social norms. When isolated, (key phrase: social distancing), it impacts us physically and mentally. Read more at: 11 Negative Effects of Lack of Socializing

Children need the opportunity to play with other children and to be around adults in a social manner. However when our kids act weird, uncomfortable, or display bad manners, we send them back to isolation. So how do we stop the cycle? Gayle Petrillo teaches global etiquette at every age level. In fact, her course has been a requirement for UA Eller graduate students.

During this two hour instructional pancake breakfast, your child will improve their conversational skills, better prepared to engage in social situations. Parents will be armed with new tips and techniques and will gain the reassurance that table manners can be replicated at home. Your family will be re