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Review: Mrs. McVeigh’s Magnificent Manners Show Dvd

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Mrs McVeighs Magnificent Manners Show Dvd

Mrs. McVeigh’s Manners

Dvd Synopsis:

When “Mrs. McVeigh” teams up with her wacky temporary assistant, Professor Maynard (pronounced “Mannered” when he is Mrs. McVeigh’s assistant), she shows the good Professor how to do things the right way. Your kids will laugh and relate to Professor Maynard as he learns throughout the DVD what demonstrating good manners really mean. The lessons include meeting and greeting, restaurant manners, table manners, how to set a table, how to write a thank you note, and more!

About Mrs. McVeigh:

Manners expert Elise McVeigh has been teaching manners classes to children since 2003.  She brings her classes to life with demonstration and role-play for children with her magnificent manners show.  You can find more information about her manners classes, tips and products at her website, Mrs. McVeigh’s Manners.

Our Thoughts:

Just in time for the holidays, Mrs. Elise McVeigh has released this fun manners dvd for children.  Children will learn about:

  • restaurant manners
  • table manners
  • greetings
  • setting table
  • thank you notes
  • and much more….

Munchkin and I truly enjoyed watching this dvd.  Mrs. McVeigh talks very clearly in a way that kids will understand, but they won’t feel like she’s talking down to them.  Her temporary assistant, Professor Maynard, provides comic relief for the serious nature of learning about proper manners.  We sat and laughed during most of the learning process.  Munchkin says that kids will really enjoy learning manners with this dvd.

If you’re looking for a fun way for your kids to learn about manners, this dvd may be just what you are looking for.

I received a copy of this dvd to help facilitate the writing of a frank and honest review. All opinions are my own. No compensation was received for the writing of this post.

One Comment

  1. The website says children 3-10. That’s a pretty large group. Is ten pushing it? With Aspie kids, we’re ALWAYS working on social skills! Always! I’m wondering if my boys would enjoy it.
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