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  • Laurie Dudzienski

    Bucket fillers and behavior management tips

  • Smithy

    Bucket Fillers: Classroom management kick off instead of flip chart

  • Ashley Frye

    @Kate Wilkinson--> Classroom idea! Bucket Fillers board to encourage kind words. I need to learn more about this bucket filler idea, have only heard a little but think it would be great for my boyA

  • Brittney O'Leary

    Bucket fillers! We use "Bucket Filling" at our school and it seems to work well with the kids. This seems like a great idea!

  • Kim Spencer-Aurelio

    bucket fillers center "have you filled a bucket today?"

  • Felicia Chandler

    “Filling a Bucket” We all carry an invisible bucket. This bucket contains our feelings. When our bucket is full, we feel great; when it’s empty, we feel empty. A bucketfiller is someone who says or does nice things for other people. By doing this, they are filling other people’s buckets and filling their own bucket at the same time. On the other hand, a bucketdipper says or does things to cause other people to feel bad. "Bucket Fillers for Life"

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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.

This little packet of resources is perfect for introducing the Bucket Filler System at the beginning of the year.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

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I introduced my class to our bucket filler board and had each of them decorate a bucket cut-out that would become their very own bucket that others can fill. I decorated a bucket, too!

Got this from First Grade this book and then have class create buckets. Students will fill out sheets saying positive things about their peers and putting them into their buckets. Students will take home on Friday! Great idea!

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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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