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Wholesale Price: (Log in to view) MSRP: $16.95Age Range: 2 and upLaunch Date: September 2007Gender: Boys And Girls
American Manners DVD deals with history of the American Flag and respect for it, plus how to behave at patriotic events. The puppets practice the Pledge of Allegiance and also play a musical imagination game, pretending they are at a Fourth of July parade and hearing all the instruments. School bus manners also play an important role.
— “This DVD teaches very young children about love for your country and its flag,” President Holly Beth Moncher of Time for Manners told TDmonthly. “We have found no other educational DVD that tries to reach children as young as 2. Its single most unique quality is that it does this by entertaining the young audience.” Launch date: September 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10396 (added 12/4/2006)
Table Time Training Set – everything a young person needs for his or her first dining set: dish, bowl, glass, napkin and placemat, plus knife, fork and spoon. The colorful utensils have "Helpful Handle" indentations that guide a child's fingers into the right way to hold them. The placemat shows the proper positions of the dinnerware. Packaged with the "Table Time" DVD included.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8131 (added 6/2/2006)
A follow-up to the popular “Time for Manners” DVD, “Table Time” picks up where its precursor left off. This video is intended for youngsters and teaches basic table manners. Creative Child Magazine awarded this video a Creative Toy award.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4677 (added 9/19/2005)
“Time for Manners” is the first in a new DVD series that teaches children about manners and social behavior — and makes learning fun! Everyday good behavior is actually demonstrated to children. They meet the puppet characters Tara and Tyler and their friend Wesley. These three are joined by Merlin Manners, a comical character who hosts the show. “Time for Manners” presents basic concepts, like saying “please” and “thank you," “you’re welcome” and “excuse me.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4257 (added 8/23/2005)