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A Gift to Last a Lifetime!

MANNERS TALK™ will  create a "social life skills" class specifically tailored to the needs of your children or teenagers, available for after-school enrichment programs, non-profits organizations, youth-based clubs, or private or group in-home tutorial sessions. 

Classes are taught in  a fun, engaging and informative way that includes role-playing exercises, games, and other activities along with illustrated handouts for future reference. The focus is on improving social skills that will help develop caring and respectful attitudes towards others while increasing their self-confidence in new and unfamiliar situations. 

Please fill out the contact information in the blue box above on the right hand-side along with any specific requests you may have. Will respond within 48 hours.
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MANNERS TALK™ ​2018 Summer Camp
Remember to Pack Your Manners! Ages 7-11
Mon-Fri: 8/20-8/24 10am-1pm
382026-I R: $250 / NR: $270

Instructor: Manners Talk - 
Falls Church Recreation & Parks Department
223 Little Falls Street, City of Falls Church, VA

Manners and social skills lessons, with hand-on activities, storytelling, games and engaging role-playing along with contests and “Q&A” sessions all in a fun-filled and never boring environment! The focus will be on building confidence, handle teasing and bullying, understanding the importance of kindness.
I work for an out-of-school time, academic enrichment program in Washington D.C. Vicki Fleming came to our center and conducted a wonderful seminar on table manners and proper introductions with a group of our 7th and 8th graders.  

The session was expertly delivered, down to every detail. The cafeteria table was set as it would be at a dinner party so that our scholars could participate interactively.  She made sure that every scholar practiced making eye contact and that they had a firm handshake. 

Vicki was very intentional in her lesson and was so patient and attentive with all of our scholars. We are so grateful to Vicki for providing our scholars with such an enriching experience and such important life skills!

Laura Callow, Scholar Support and Services
Higher Achievement-DC Metro