Social Graces – Distinguishing Proper Communication Between Parents and Kids


Mobile devices are notorious for being a distraction or a detriment towards authentic communication between individuals. However, when it comes to parents and kids, there’s an app that made it a mission to cultivate a healthier and happier connection between them.

This app is called Social Graces.

Social Graces works by parents creating a profile for each child that includes a personal contract with 10 daily expectations. Parents will then go over the contract with the child and have them sign it.

Social Graces comes with over 100 preloaded life skills, behaviors, and manners to choose from.

For instance, you might add “set the kitchen table for dinner” or “be kind to your siblings” or even “tell the truth.” However, Social Graces can always customize or create your own objectives.

In this regard, children know exactly what’s expected of them and can work towards those tasks. Children can wake up each day with their daily points and work hard to maintain those points by sticking to the agreement.

Social Graces implements positive reinforcement, which is why they offer a wishlist for children to choose what they will be working towards. The wishlist is directly linked to Amazon is making it simple to reward your kids for a job well done.

If you’re interested in downloading Social Graces, head to the App Store and start with a 30-day free trial today.


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