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First Grade Gallery- Lessons for Little Learners

A blog for creative classroom ideas and lessons for K-2 teachers!

Bucket Filler Award

At the end of each day, one Bucket Filler Form is drawn from the bucket and read aloud. The student who filled someone's bucket receives an award for being a Bucket Filler!I found these bucket filler form printables online,copied them on colorful tagboard and decorated them with stickers to make them special!
Bucket Filler Award

We are Bucket Fillers!

We are Bucket Fillers!
We are Bucket Fillers!

We are starting a new unit in first grade…we are going to be Bucket Fillers!!! The idea of Bucket Fillers is based on the book “Have You Filled A Bucket Today? (A Guide to Daily Happiness For Kids)” by Carol McCloud. The premise of the book is this…

We all carry an invisible bucket that contains our feelings. When our bucket is full, we feel great. When our bucket is empty, we feel sad. A bucket filler 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 bucket dipper says or does things to cause other people to feel bad. A bucket dipper empties their bucket when they say and do mean things.

Children quickly understand that they can fill buckets when they do and say things that are kind, considerate, caring and respectful. If you would like to learn more about bucket filling, visit the Bucket Fillers website,

Have you filled someone's bucket today?
We are Bucket Fillers!
Bucket Filler AwardWe are Bucket Fillers!

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