Cheers! Teaching moments during a tea party

  • We take turns being the host and guest; the guest always brings something to contribute and says “thank you for having me” at the end
  • We talk about making eye contact when we ‘cheers’
  • Being aware of others (for example, “would you like some more tea, I see you’re running low”)
  • Everyone clears their place and helps to tidy up

Learning skills like these early on allows them to become natural later in life. Teaching through play keeps it light and fun, and make it easy for young children to retain.

Cheers!

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