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Provide copies of the book "How Full Is Your Bucket?" and lead an activity on what groups behavior fills our buckets and which ones dip from our bucket.

free lessons, printables, links, and ideas for bucket-filling

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Have You Filled a Bucket Today? Free Activity, there is a great link for the book also. Great way to start the school year and as a reminder too.

This blog post has great ideas, books, and tools to use with "bucket filling". Great way to promote being kind and thoughtful.

Having this up in your classroom allows students to fill eachothers buckets and be kind. It will show kindness in the community of the classroom and is also a cute display

FREE Getting Home Poster--I think I am over doing it with the "getting home" ideas, but the first week of school is hectic.

Adorable positive posters. FREEBIE! Could be a starting point for students creating their own.

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

This document includes 5 posters for your students to use as a resource in your classroom. Posters inlcude a clipart picture of each coin {penny,ni...

Adorable anchor poster to remind your students to put their names on the paper. The best part is that it's FREE! :)

good idea for kids at home- If your kid obeys or does something nice to a sibling, or picks up his toys without being asked, etc, he/she gets something in the bucket (whatever you choose to fill it), if they do something wrong, hitting, saying mean thing, disobeying, etc, something gets taken out of the bucket. Once the bucket is full they get a reward- 20 min of TV time, stuff like that:)