Books That Teach Fairness
Posted on June 10, 2012 under Make A Difference Monthly, Literacy
Books that Teach Fairness
As a part of Make a Difference Monthly, I create a list for parents and teachers to refer to when looking for resources on a specific character trait. If you would like to check out ideas on teaching Fairness to children, visit this post.
Teaching your students and children that things can be fair is not enough...you also have to teach them that sometimes things can be unfair as well. Here is a list of books that show characters who work through situations of fairness at home and at school. Use these books to read to your children to help start talking to them about this important character trait.
Please comment below if you have a book I should add to the list! Thank you! Maria
The Little Red Hen by Diane Muldrow
Enemy Pie by Derek Munson
The Sandbox by Dan Rowe
Cookies: Bite-Size Life Lessons by Amy Rosenthal
Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman
It Wasn't My Fault by Helen Lester
It's Not Fair by Amy Rosenthal
No Fair! by Nancy Loewen
It's Not Fair! by Anita Harper
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