When something is done and one person is unjustly hurt by the actions of another, that action is said to be unfair. However, when both or all parties involved benefit from the actions, the actions are said to be fair. Now, look at the pictures in this worksheet with your kids. Can they tell you what is going on in each of the images? Help them decide if the actions of the people are fair or unfair, and circle the appropriate option.
The children in this worksheet are playing hopscotch. Your kids probably already know what hopscotch is, and have maybe played a few rounds of the game themselves. The children in this printout have decided to take turns in order from shortest to tallest. Ask your kids to show you the shortest child, the tallest child, and the middle child. Then, help them check the box to put the children in the correct order.
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