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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

Classroom management: Bucket Filler Brigade. These cards have discussion scenarios to compare bucket fillers to bucket dippers. $7.50 at Teachers Pay Teachers. Might just be worth the money.

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 ...

EveryFriday afternoon, we have “BUCKET FILLER FRIDAY” time.The students really look forward to this every week, even though it only lasts about 5 minutes!During the week, students fill out bucket slips for one another with positive comments to acknowledge that person’s great effort or kind deeds during the week.Students are called a few at a time to empty their buckets and read the positive comments that others have written to them. They pack up quickly, hoping to be the first to be called.

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.

bucket fillers- students can write nice things about each other and then get to take these sweet notes home with them every so often

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.

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.

Bucket Fillers (to use with the How to fill a Bucket series)