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  • Nikki Peck

    Love this! Can't count how many times I hear "that's not fair!" Now, I'll just point to the poster! FREE Fair vs. Equal poster from Ms. Fultz's Corner.

  • Chantel D

    Nice quote for parents and teachers to share with their kids

  • Rachel M

    FREE Fair vs. Equal poster from Ms. Fultz's Corner. Perfect for classroom discussions about respecting differences. Great for classroom management too. Could also be used for differences between kids in the same family.

  • Kristin Buckingham

    I just re-pinned a teacher idea from my former student. So proud!

  • Annette Deming

    FREE Fair vs. Equal poster from Ms. Fultz's Corner. Perfect for classroom discussions about respecting differences. Great for classroom management too. This belongs in EVERY teachers classroom where accommodations are necessary for their special ed, gifted, and/or ELL students.

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give this poem to students on the last day of school along with a little gift {pictures or a slideshow video of class pictures from the school year}

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

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Fair Isn't Always Equal Poster. Thats what my grandpa always used to say