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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 #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: 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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FILL YOUR BUCKET SONG by The Learning Station. Bucket fillers' are those who help without being asked, give hugs and compliments, and generally spread their love and good feelings to others. It is proven that young children raised to understand the value of kindness are less likely to bully or even become violent.

Love this idea of nesting boxes w/ maps from the world to the town. Could even use as a sequencing activity.

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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This is the cutest bucket I've yet seen. So envious!

Nice idea to create a bucket for each family member. When you want to say something nice or thank someone you throw a note in their bucket. Works for classroom too.

This is a great way of teaching students what a "bucket filler is." I love the idea of a bucket filler system in a classroom. Bucket fillers build community and make students feel good. Having students write an example of when they are "filling a bucket" is a great way of introducing the idea, especially to a young grade such as 1st.