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

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

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

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This is an example of a bucket filling wall in a classroom made from envelopes. You can also use plastic cups and get the students to individually decorate the cups however they like. Students write personal notes to students and how they would like to fill their bucket!

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:)

These cards are for use with the book Have You Filled a Bucket Today

Are you a bucket filler?Here's a cute rewards poster to use with a class bucket!The whole class works together to earn fuzzies. When it's ...

Bucket Filling from A to Z // This newest book uses the letters of the alphabet to help young and old see the many, simple ways that they can fill buckets and fill their own buckets in return.

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.

What the Teacher Wants!: Are you a bucket filler?