Teach Good Manners Through Play-Acting
Your child is now grown enough to learn a list of important manners through play. Play a game involving any real-life situation, like in a shop or playground, where you and your child play fictional parts. Create a scene where you use please, sorry and thank you. Kids love play-acting, so this will help them understand the practical application of good manners in a fun way.
This activity has proven to be highly effective in helping children understand and appreciate the use of kind words towards their parents, elders and class mates. Take this opportunity to also bring them face to face with real life situations in which the child might find himself in trouble such as stealing or causing harm to someone and in the same tone, explain it to him that it is bad for him.