Grace and courtesy exercises offer direct help in creating social behaviors that fit in the society of the child

Grace and courtesy exercises offer direct help in creating social behaviors that fit in the society of the child. These lessons offer dignity and precise knowledge and words needed to interact with others without friction. Presentations of grace and courtesy directly support culture by providing opportunities to experience and participate in the culture of the society. Lessons on how to greet one another, how to apologize, and how to offer a compliment are examples of Grace and Courtesy exercises.
Manners help achieve social harmony because they aid in communication. Certain behaviors let others know that one has your consideration in mind. They signify to others that we take them, their wants and needs, into consideration. Grace and courtesy lubricates social life. Lubrication removes unwanted friction and lets the individual members of society work together closely. Appropriate manners ease our relationships with other people.
It is important for the guide to remember that Grace and courtesy presentations should be presented early in the school year. They should be implemented daily and modeled by the Guide at all times. Lessons should be given in a neutral moment and not in the midst of the conflict or situation. Lessons should be given in a fun and interesting way.