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Rashida is allergic to peanuts and peanut butter. If she is near them, she will get very sick.
The school has a rule that no one can bring peanuts or peanut butter to school.
Isaac was sent to school with a peanut butter sandwich, and that’s all he has for lunch.
Why do some schools have rules against bringing peanuts and peanut butter to school?
Is it fair that Isaac can’t eat his peanut butter sandwich at school? Why or why not?
If only a few students are allergic to peanuts or peanut butter, is it fair that the rest of the students can’t eat these foods? Why or why not?
Sometimes students are allergic to other things, like oranges or milk. Should schools have rules banning all these foods as well? Why or why not?
Isaac’s family needs to use a food bank. If the food bank can only give his family peanut butter one week, is it fair to keep Isaac from bringing peanut butter sandwiches to school that week? Why or why not?
What could be done to make sure Rashida doesn’t get sick and Isaac doesn’t go hungry?
We all love food.
some people are allergic to certain foods
Consider this story...
Rashida and Isaac are friends and often eat lunch together.
Civics for kids
1. no peanuts
2. no peanuts
3. no peanuts