As an educator, you may use this information in your classroom or enjoy this event with your own family.
During this afternoon tea instruction you will learn:
The history of tea
How to hold a teacup (you might be surprised)
How to eat a scone (hint, not as if you were eating a sandwich)
Milk in first or last
How to stir (this might surprise you too)
How to set a “tea” table
And so much more
DATES: Thursday, May 6 | 4:00 pm EDT
Saturday, May 8 | 4:00 pm EDT
This event is complimentary. We so appreciate your support over the years.
HERE ARE YOUR NEXT STEPS TO ATTEND THIS VIRTUAL EVENT
- Mark the dates on your calendar (choose either date)
- Look for our next email with a registration link
- Invite family and friends
- Once we receive your name and email, a follow-up Zoom link will be sent
New Parenting Book on Manners: An Interview with the Authors
A new book, Modern Manners for Moms and Dads: Practical Parenting Solutions for Sticky Social Situations is being released this week. This is a must read for parents and teachers.
I am thrilled I had the chance to interview them yesterday. They are smart and savvy moms that share real-life experiences in their new book.
This is not your grandmother’s parenting book. Their book deals with issues on guiding young children in today’s hectic and ever-changing world.
From birthday parties to how to ask children if it is ok to post their pictures on your social media, all the questions you ponder as a parent or teacher are answered.
And some of their answers may surprise you.
Take time to make a latte or a cup of tea and enjoy as I interview them about all things sticky when out and about in your daily life with young children.
Yes, we get a bit nerdy about social skills but I promise you will learn so much that you can share with children, spouses and other teachers.
Here is a link to the videos, Part 1
A link to Part 2:
To purchase a copy of the book and to visit Evie and Sarah’s website, click here Modern Manners for Moms and Dads: Practical Parenting Solutions for Sticky Social Situations.
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