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Good Manners Napkins

These sweet napkins remind us to use good manners at the table.

What You Need:

Use these napkins to explain the importance of good manners.
  • Purchased cloth napkins
  • Large pieces of paper
  • Pencil
  • Fabric markers
  • Scissors

Instructions

1. Decide what phrase to write (such as "Chew with your mouth closed," "Use your napkin," or "Use your manners") on the napkin. Cut a strip of paper the length of the napkin. Use a pencil to write the phrase on the paper, adjusting to fit if necessary.

2. Use the paper strip as a guide to write the phrase on each edge of the napkin using fabric markers. Print with neat strokes. At the end of each line in a letter, add a dot in a contrasting color.

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