7 What different greetings do you know? Kiss on the cheek
8 What different greetings do you know? Hello!Saying hello
9 Who do I greet? Family - mum, dad, brother, sister Other family - granny, grandad, aunts, uncles, cousinsMy own friendsMum and dad’s friendsStaff in schoolPeople who work in shops or other places I go to
10 How should I say hello to these people? FamilyIn most families it is ok to give a quick hug if we haven’t seen people for a while. In some families a kiss on the cheek is ok too. Ask mum or dad if you’re not sure.
11 How should I say hello to these people? Most of the time we can just say hello to our friends, or maybe give them a high five. If we haven’t seen them for a long time (like after the summer holidays), a quick hug or handshake is ok.My friends
12 How should I say hello to these people? Mum and dad'sfriendsIt is probably best to ask mum and dad how to say hello to other grown-ups who are in our house a lot. Most of the time it is ok to shake hands or say hello.
13 How should I say hello to these people? In school most of the grown-ups we work with will just want to say hello. A handshake or high five is ok if it is their idea. We don’t normally hug staff.Staff
14 How should I say hello to these people? Lots of people we meet say hello – maybe in shops, in the library, at the swimming pool or in other places. It is polite to say hello back, but we don’t shake hands or give high fives. We don’t hug people we meet in the shops.People in shops
15 Remember… Stranger Danger! Other people we don’t know might say hello to us. When might this happen? What should we do?Don’t forget your Stranger Danger! It is ok to smile or say hello back, but usually that is all. We don’t use our hands or any other greetings, and we just continue what we were doing.