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  • Katie Gartenmayer

    Be a bucket filler not a dipper! The absolute best thing any teacher could incorporate into his/her classroom! My students love it!

  • Sheelah R.

    On wish list for kids classes! How Full Is Your Bucket? for Kids Book by Tom Rath | Hardcover | chapters.indigo.ca

  • Ginamarie Ann

    .. great book for kids, pre school teacher I work with used this, it really works.. @Kate Maguire

  • Sally Prater

    This book made such an impression on my son after his teacher read it at school. Great way to teach kids about compassion.

  • Rhonda Mason

    How Full Is Your Bucket? For Kids: Tom Rath, Mary Reckmeyer, Maurie J. Manning: 9781595620279: Amazon.com: Books Teaching kids ages 3-8 about how their words and actions impact others!!

  • Krissy Schmidt

    Classroom management strategy.. Teach them to be bucket fillers!

  • Amy Mochel

    Excellent book for teaching social skills - Be a bucket filler, not a bucket dipper.

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Bucket Fillers - help kids treat each other kindly and with respect- great idea!

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Making a chart or writing down ideas together as a class about what makes a bucket filler can be a good first week activity to do with your class. Then they can know what behavior is expected and how they can show they are being kind.

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Whole class room management ideas. Raffle Ticket Reward System - Sometimes students get into bad habits like blurting out comments or getting out of their seats without permission. They need something tangible to remind them to follow the classroom procedures. I have found that using raffle tickets helps tremendously.