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  • 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.

  • Em O

    Oh I love this idea! Have You Filled a Bucket Today: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids -- a heartwarming book encouraging children to express daily kindness, appreciation, and love

  • Shontell Kemmerer

    Have You Filled a Bucket Today? This is a great book to read to any grade level. It fit in well with Random Acts of Kindness Day in February. I did a lesson with a 5th grade class, reading the book aloud and having them write how they could be a bucket filler in school. The kids loved it and it was great to hear them talk with their friends how they filled a bucket that day. After all the writings were done I displayed them on a Bucket Filling bulletin board. The principal loved it!

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BUCKET FILLER IDEAS~ Check out these ideas and free downloads for using the book: Have You Filled Your Bucket Today?

Students sign out when they leave the classroom; can also have magnetic pictures/words for nurse, bathroom, etc. so students can put it beside their name so you know exactly where they are.

Fill a Bucket: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Young Children: Carol McCloud, Katherine Martin, David Messing: 9781933916439: Amazon.com: Books

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

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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.

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