This companion lesson to “Have You Filled a Bucket Today?” by Carol McCloud teaches students the difference between bucket filling and bucket dipping, and how to be kind! The materials are both digital for distance learning and printable for in-person learning. This story and set of activities are a game-changer for classroom management and climate!
⭐ THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES:
✅ DIGITAL interactive for Google Slides™ activity for distance learning! Students learn about bucket filling vs. bucket dipping, play a fun sorting game to reinforce their learning, and type about how to fill buckets!
✅ Adorable instructional posters that teach students to differentiate between Bucket Filling & Bucket Dipping!
✅ A super fun, differentiated Bucket Filling Craftivity that makes for a meaningful hallway display!
✅ Materials for a Fill My Bucket Chant circle time activity!
✅ A Bucket Filling vs. Bucket Dipping Bag Sorting Scenario Game with 24 scenario cards and cute materials to decorate your brown paper sacks!
✅ 5 additional worksheets/coloring pages, including a cut/paste scenario sorting activity!
✅ Document that shows how the lesson is aligned to ASCA National Standards!
✅ All materials available in full color and black/white!
✂️ I used 2 brown paper lunch sacks, 1 sheet of 12×18 construction paper per student, a bucket, a pitcher of water, food coloring, and glitter for this lesson!
✨ Looking for this activity on BOOM Learning™? You can find it here!
[This resource was posted with permission from Caryn Butzke, Chief Operating Officer of Bucket Fillers, Inc.]