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Kid Definition: I will play fairly.
Being fair to others means you are treating them as you would want to be treated. Sometimes it's hard to put others first, and to think of how others must be feeling. But if you put yourself in others shoes for a moment you can sometimes understand what they must be feeling and make better decisions based upon this. A fair person follows the rules even when it might be easier to break them. A fair person realizes that taking turns, sharing, and being honest are the right things to do.
Book: Don't Be a Cheater
The Peddlesfoots know that it's only fair to play by the rules and not cheat . . . but one tough day, Scuff learns that there are opportunities to cheat EVERYWHERE. Can he stay strong and do what's right by not cheating and always playing by the rules?
Teacher and Parent Curriculum:
The Peddlesfoots series supports all ten Domain Elements in the Head Start Child Outcomes Framework Domains of "Language Development", "Social and Emotional Development", and "Approaches to Learning".
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Don't Be a Cheater
Fairness Song
"I'm Not a Cheater"
Mini Lesson
"Don't Be a Cheater"