Bucket filling activities

Engage your kids in fun and meaningful bucket filling activities that promote kindness and empathy. Discover top ideas to teach your children the importance of giving and spreading positivity.
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Have you heard about Bucket Filling? I first heard about it a few years ago when a colleague shared the book How Full is Your Bucket for Kids. I fell in love with the book. It is a great story that illustrates how much words and actions impact others but in a kid-friendly way. After sharing the book with them, they were eager to share about ways their bucket has been filled AND dipped. I loved the idea behind it and wanted to give it a go in my classroom. The first year I tried it, it was a…

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Elizabeth Heimann
Primary teachers love the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"--and for good reason! Learn more ways to use this community-building book in your classroom to teach your students how to be bucket fillers instead of bucket dippers. Primary School Education, School Counsellor, Reading, Pre K, Mindfulness, Classroom Community, Primary Teachers, School Counseling, Elementary Schools

Primary teachers love the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"--and for good reason! Learn more ways to use this community-building book in your classroom to teach your students how to be bucket fillers instead of bucket dippers.

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Laura | Social Emotional Workshop | Counseling, SEL, Education
FREE How Full Is Your Bucket Sort. A great way beginning of the year sort to bring about discussion on how we can be a good friend. Pre K, Bucket Filling Classroom, Bucket Filling Activities, Bucket Filler Activities, Bucket Filling, Beginning Of Year, School Activities, Beginning Of School, Beginning Of Kindergarten

I love using children’s literature to help students understand a concept. One of my favorite books to share with my students at the beginning of the year to help them transition to school and how we should act is How Full Is Your Bucket? (affiliate link) This is a great story to introduce how we should interact with our classmates and why. In this story, a little boy named Felix is taught about an invisible bucket. His grandfathers share with him that when your bucket is dipped, you feel bad…

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Denise Paul
Pre K, Bulletin Boards, Sorting Activities, Classroom Activities, Bucket Filling Activities, Preschool Activities, Beginning Of School, Classroom Expectations, Learning Activities

Building a strong classroom community helps your students feel welcomed, valued, and connected to each other. Being a teacher of very young students, I’ve always strived to have a classroom where my students feel safe, loved, and where they WANT to come to every day. A great way to help build a positive classroom environment […]

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