Nothing's Fair In Fifth Grade Grades 5-8
When Elsie Edwards joins the fifth grade class she is ridiculed because she is very fat. The situation worsens when money is stolen and Elsie is unfairly blamed. Gradually the class realizes that Elsie is desperately unhappy and when they begin to see Elsie as a person with feelings and a desire to change she is accepted.
This novel shows that discrimination can take many forms and is always unfair. By Barthe DeClements.
Each Novel Study contains an average of 65 pages and includes:
Suggestions for teaching the unit.
A vocabulary list.
Activity cards for grammar.
Research and integrated activities.
Tracking and record sheets.