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  • Dawn Klungseth

    Have You Filled a Bucket Today? I have been reading this book to my son since he was one - at age 3, he calls himself a 'bucket filler'. In addition to being loved, children must also be taught how to love others. Children who learn how to express kindness and love lead happier lives. When you love and care about others and show that love with what you say and do, you feel good and you fill your own bucket too by Carol McCloud www.TheAdoptionKey.com #Kids #Books #Love #Kindness #Carol_McCloud

  • Sian Keating

    Have You Filled a Bucket Today? -- encourages positive behavior as children see how rewarding it is to express daily kindness, appreciation, and love. Our elementary school does this, they honor one kid from each grade each month as the Bucket Filler of the Month.

  • Cathy Greene

    Have You Filled a Bucket Today? A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids: Carol McCloud, David Messing: 9781933916163: Amazon.com: Books it's never too early to teach kids that they have a choice - they can fill or empty someone's bucket. This book will help them learn to be bucket fillers.

  • Laura Gibbon

    Have You Filled a Bucket Today? Children's book that uses metaphors of "bucket fillers" and "bucket dippers" to teach about doing good through positive words and actions.

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David Shannon, we read your wonderful book about the importance of being oneself. Then, each kid got a cup of vanilla pudding to color. We layered the pudding in the class bowl and shared the rainbow treat. The collaboration was wonderful...and it took a lot of hand washing before, during and after!

Picture books about music and instruments for kids. I've only read four of them, but it looks like a good list to check out.

What if Everybody Did That? by Ellen Javernick This one should come standard with every primary classroom. The book goes through a day with a little one who does things without thinking, like feeding zoo animals despite the warning signs not to. He's got that same feeling that lots of kids do - that their actions won't make that big of a difference. But the community helpers in this book get him to think of what would happen if everybody did that.

I'm always up for more good picture book suggestions. Compiled by the Children's Librarians of Middlesex.

Using the children's book "If Everybody Did" we talked about the power of our actions. Great conversation about influence and consequence. Drawing activity after reading the book. #parenting #kindness #kidlit

On the day I was born... I can't make one for our daughter since she isn't actually "mine," but it's a sweet idea for nieces and nephews!