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#25 Hey! She Has Purple Hair...

#25 Hey! She Has Purple Hair...

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Single kids manners lesson. Hey, she has purple hair...
Young children can be very open-minded, candid and non-judgmental when they see unfamiliar or new things. That includes people who look different; maybe different hair, clothes, skin colour and other differences including weight, handicaps, deformities or conditions (pregnant, very old, very ill, eccentric, etc.). Inevitably, with no malice intended, young children will ask questions about whatever it is that seems different or they will simply state the obvious. Often these comments or inquiries come at awkward or inappropriate times and adults find themselves apologizing for the child, telling the child to apologize or somehow embarrassing the child by scolding, or shushing, rushing away. Often the child is told, 'That's not nice' or 'You can't say that.' But the reasons are not given and the child doesn't really understand what he/she has done wrong. It is important for children to understand that it is not always appropriate to say things out loud in front of other people, even if what they are saying is true. e.g. that someone has purple hair or bad breath or looks funny, because it is not good manners to say things that might hurt other people's feelings.

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