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Manners

Life Skills and Self Awareness
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Manners Coloring Page

Help your child learn the importance of patience and waiting your turn with this coloring page on life lessons.

Learning to Share

If someone you know is in need of something you have, it's always a kind gesture to share a little bit of what you have with them.

Words To Live By: Don't Litter

Litter endangers animals and can be hazardous to human health. Help keep your neighborhood clean by always putting trash in the proper receptacle.

Washing Your Hands

Washing your hands helps reduce the spread of germs and keeps you and everyone around you healthy.

Words To Live By: Brush Your Teeth

Color in this page of a boy brushing his teeth before bedtime, something you should do every night.

Manners: Cover Your Sneeze!

Covering your sneezes and coughs helps prevent the spread of colds and flu, so we can all spend our sick days having fun.

Words To Live By: Teamwork

America is a country founded on teamwork: the Founding Fathers worked together to create a new nation!

Words To Live By: Be Gentle

Have your child color in this "life lessons" page about playing gently, featuring some adorable kittens.

Learn From Your Elders

Have your child color in the page so they can learn that, until they're older, they should always listen to their parents, grandparents, and caretakers.

Being a Good Sport

Help your child learn to share and listen to others with this coloring sheet about being a good sport.

Wearing a Helmet

Helmets might not always look cool, but it's important to always wear one when riding your bike, skateboard, scooter or rollerblades

Traffic Safety: Use Crosswalks

Help your child learn an important life lesson with this coloring page about using the crosswalk.

Helping Others in Need

If someone you know needs help, it's always good manners to lend them a hand. Wouldn't you want them to do the same thing for you?

Car Safety: Buckle Up!

Color in this picture of a boy wearing his seatbelt, and remember to always buckle up!

Asking Permission

No matter if it's a stranger or a trusted friend, you should always ask permission before you do something.

Learning to Save Money

Help instill hard-working values in your children by having them color in this page about saving money.

Making New Friends

Being by yourself is nice and peaceful, but think about all the things that are better with two or more: board games, banana splits, and roller-coaster rides.

Clean Up After Yourself

Cleaning up may not seem important to your child now, but with the help of this coloring page, she'll learn that it can make the lives of others easier.

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