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A Bucket Filling Classroom by Crafting Connections! If you didn't start out your year (all grade levels) discussing Bucket Filling, go back... it's not too late! For great anchor chart activity to go with the book: Have You Filled a Bucket Today? Teach your students compassion and empathy. Read more at: http://crafting-connections.blogspot.com/2014/09/anchors-away-monday-9114-bucket-filling.html

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adventuresofastudentteacher: This is a nice idea for pre-school or primary pupils, if the jar is filled up with fuzzy balls for things like being polite/helping someone out, the class gets a party!

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LOVE THIS!! Not only will it fit into my tiny classroom, but it is Kindergarten appropriate. Instead of writing out what the child did to fill a bucket, he or she just adds a pom-pom. We can work our way up to writing, but this is a way to start "Bucket Filling" at the beginning of the year with my little ones. I am so excited! :)

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from RainbowsWithinReach

Bulletin Board for "The Common Core"

We are Bucket Fillers! Students read "Have you Filled a Bucket Today?" and write how they will fill someone's bucket or a time someone has filled their bucket.

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This is no movie setting, it is a real street in York, UK. It's called The Shambles & Little Shambles, full of little quaint shops.

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