Bucket Fillers

Discover how you can become a bucket filler and spread kindness to others. Get inspired by these ideas to make a positive impact on the world around you.
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Have you heard about Bucket Filling? I first heard about it a few years ago when a colleague shared the book How Full is Your Bucket for Kids. I fell in love with the book. It is a great story that illustrates how much words and actions impact others but in a kid-friendly way. After sharing the book with them, they were eager to share about ways their bucket has been filled AND dipped. I loved the idea behind it and wanted to give it a go in my classroom. The first year I tried it, it was a…

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Krystal Kelly
Lanie's Little Learners: Have You Filled a Bucket Today? Pre K, Humour, Ideas, Anchor Charts, Bucket Filling Classroom, Bucket Filling Activities, Fill Your Bucket, Bucket Filler Activities, Kindness Activities

Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud is a great book to teach young children about caring for others. How our actions and words hurt people around us. The book uses colorful illustration to teach an important lesson, thinking about others. The book describes everyone has an invisible bucket, you might not see it but it is there. The bucket’s purpose is to hold your good thoughts that make you warm and fuzzy.

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Linda Melendy
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Have you heard about Bucket Filling? I first heard about it a few years ago when a colleague shared the book How Full is Your Bucket for Kids. I fell in love with the book. It is a great story that illustrates how much words and actions impact others but in a kid-friendly way. After sharing the book with them, they were eager to share about ways their bucket has been filled AND dipped. I loved the idea behind it and wanted to give it a go in my classroom. The first year I tried it, it was a…

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Elizabeth Heimann