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How Full Is Your Bucket Activity

After reading "How Full Is Your Bucket For Kids" by Mary Reckmeyer and Tom Rath students make their own bucket and write three ways to fill someone's bucket!

"I AM A BUCKET FILLER" Coloring Page #bucketfilling

"I AM A BUCKET FILLER" Coloring Page #bucketfilling

Bucket filler cards - FREE

Freebie: Have You Filled a Bucket Today? Here is a bucket filler template to use in your class. For a detailed explanation of my various behaviour manageme.

"Have You Filled A Bucket Today?" This tear-off poster can be used to encourage students (or staff) to fill each other's buckets. Be a Bucket Filler. Fill a bucket today!

Kind words are meant to be shared with others. This tear off poster can be used to put around your school so others can spread kindness.

Bucket Filler Classroom Poster for the book How Full is your Bucket?                                                                                                                                                                                 More

I like how this poster is a simple reminder on how we should treat each other. I also like how the bucket has a cute friendly face on it. I think treating each other the way we want to be treated is the most important rule in and outside the classroom.

Bucket Filling Activities. LOVE this "Bucket Filler's Pledge".

A great idea to develop kindness between children either in a class or at home. Using either a real or metaphorical bucket, you can easily explain the concept of keeping the bucket of kindness full.

Help build a class of bucket fillers! It does take a village to raise a child! So let's build a village of nice, kind, and considerate children! Head over to the Chalkboard for ideas on how to incorporate this and a freebie!

Help build a class of bucket fillers! This makes bucket filling intentional and with purpose. When students know their peers care about them, it creates a positive classroom community.