10 Lines on Good Manners: Home is the first school, and our mother is the first teacher. We are all taught good manners right from our childhood days, and we carry them with us throughout our life. Parents and teachers try their best to cultivate good behaviour and manners in children. A good personality is built by helping children develop the right outlook and values. Good manners define the kind of person we are and how we live in a society with others. A civilised society is one that consists of well-groomed citizens, have a responsible attitude towards society and respect cultural norms and behave in a well-bred manner. It also helps cultivate a good relationship amongst our peers and leaves a lasting impression on others at our workplace.
Below we have provided ten lines on good manners, written in easy and simple words for class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 students.
Set 1 – 10 Lines on Good Manners
Few lines on Good Manners for classes 1 to 5
- Manners are essential to a person as they teach us how to behave with others and live in a society.
- The personality of a person builds when we develop good habits from our childhood and practise them through school days and later carry on in our workplace.
- Good social skills are created when we learn to respect people around us and show kindness and gratitude to them.
- We should brush our teeth properly, take a bath every day, wear clean clothes, eat healthy food, study regularly and go to school on time.
- Cleanliness is next to godliness, and we must always keep our surroundings clean and hygienic.
- Right words and right actions are the essences of a well-behaved person, and we should refrain from speaking lies.
- We should be ready to dedicate and commit ourselves towards our work to achieve higher goals in future.
- Success comes with grit and determination, along with genuine sincerity and love for the work we do.
- We should always be punctual to school and wear a clean and neat uniform and obey the rules of the school without fail.
- We should never forget the three golden words to be always practised; they are ‘thank you’, ‘sorry’ and ‘please’.
Set 2 – 10 Lines on Good Manners
This set is suitable for class 6, 7 and 8 school students.
- We should treat everyone around us equally without differentiating them on the grounds of colour, gender, region, caste or community.
- Helping others builds a healthy society, and we should always serve others with love and kindness.
- We should be real and active in our efforts and never procrastinate to do our work because of laziness and sedentary behaviour.
- We should accept our mistakes and not repeat them in the future; at the same time, we should forgive others who have done anything wrong to us.
- We should learn to co-operate with our family members and learn right etiquette while speaking to elders.
- We should learn manners while eating together with guests at the dining table without causing disturbance to others who are co-dining with us.
- While standing in a queue, we should always wait for our turn and never push or jump the order in front of us.
- Quarrelling with our neighbours is not a good sign; we should help children develop courtesy and friendly behaviour with them.
- Good practices like rising early in the morning and going to bed first with at least eight hours of sleep is a sign of healthy living.
- We should always obey our elders and still be responsible for our work.
Set 3 – 10 Lines on Good Manners
- Good manners portray good behaviour of a person and express his social nature and personality in society.
- Success comes to those who practise good manners every day with a disciplined and organized mindset.
- We should always cultivate good ways like speaking the truth, being honest, respecting elders, obeying our teachers and being kind towards others.
- When we talk to someone on the phone, we should always be polite and never address anyone rudely.
- Elders of the house guide small children to develop good manners and nurture them into successful adults in the future.
- People appreciate and talk to persons with a good nature, kind behaviour and gentle speech.
- Modesty is one of the greatest attributes of a person; we should always treat everyone with empathy and never discriminate poor or rich people.
- Well-mannered persons have a lot of friends around them because of their sharing and caring nature and their ability to help others in need.
- We should wish people, teachers, neighbours and friends with a smile and greet relatives on all critical occasions and festivals in the family.
- We should be caring and sensitive to the needs of others and love our pets, plants, animals and offer them food, water and shelter whenever required.