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Manners

This KS2 PSHE quiz will help you understand the importance of manners. It will also provide you with some examples of when and how you can use manners so that you can practise being polite.

Manners are words and actions that we should use when interacting with others. They are ways to show people that we are polite and courteous. It is important to be polite and use our manners whenever possible because it helps the flow of conversation, encourages other people to interact with us and trust us, and results in friendly conversations. If manners are not used people may think that you are rude or even aggressive. Sometimes the meaning of your words or gestures can be misunderstood and can put people off from interacting with you. Some manners should be used all the time with all people. Some manners are more likely to be used in specific situations with individuals other than friends or family. One example is with a teacher to indicate a certain level of respect for their authority.

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1.
If someone does something nice for you what should you say to them?
Do that again
Please
Nothing
Thank you
It is good manners to say thank you to others when they do something nice for you. People are more likely to help you again if you are nice and thank them
2.
What should you say after a burp?
Please
Pardon me
Wow
Thank you
If you do need to do a burp in front of other people, it is good manners to say pardon me or excuse me
3.
Why should you use your manners?
It gets you what you want
Your parents told you to
It is polite and shows respect
People will believe you more
It is polite to use your manners and is a sign of respect to others
4.
When eating with others, which of the following is an example of good manners?
Asking if they want to swap food
Offering to finish their food for them
Taking it in turns to eat
Swallowing your food before you talk
It is considered bad manners to talk with your mouth full of food, so always swallow your food before you start talking
5.
If you are finding something hard and someone asks if they can help you what should you say?
Go away
Yes please
No
Hurry up
It is good manners to say please when you want someone to help you. Once they have finished you should also say thank you
6.
If you upset someone what should you say to them?
Sorry
Good
It wasn't me
Oh dear
Saying sorry shows that you did not mean to upset or hurt another person and that you won’t do it again. Sometimes we can upset people by accident and it's very important that we say sorry
7.
If you need to interrupt someone in an emergency what should you say first?
Excuse me
Stop talking
Listen to me
Hurry up
If you are unable to wait for another person to stop talking because you have to tell them something quickly, like in an emergency, you can get their attention by saying excuse me first. This way they are more likely to listen to you instead of thinking that you are being rude
8.
If someone thanks you for doing something nice for them what should you say?
Now it is your turn
I'm sorry
You're welcome
I'm not doing it again
When someone thanks you, it is polite to say you're welcome. This shows that you are happy to help them
9.
If you want to use something that doesn’t belong to you, what should you do first?
Ask the owner
Make sure no one is looking
Help yourself
Get your own
It is good manners to ask before you use something that belongs to somebody else
10.
If someone is walking behind you as you go through a doorway, what should you do?
Shut the door before they get through
Run away
Hold the door open for them
Laugh at them
It is nice to hold the door open for people as it makes it easier for them. This is especially nice if they have their hands full and are unable to open the door themselves

 

Author:  Terri Brown

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