This companion lesson to “Have You Filled a Bucket Today?” by Carol McCloud teaches students to be kind and to practice bucket filling choices!
✅ Both printable and digital for Google Slides™ resources are included.
⭐ 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 the difference between bucket filling vs. bucket dipping, play a fun sorting game with 32 scenarios to reinforce their learning, and share about how to fill buckets!
✅ Adorable instructional posters that teach students to differentiate between Bucket Filling & Bucket Dipping!
✅ A super fun, differentiated Bucket Filling Craft!
✅ Materials for a Fill My Bucket Chant circle time activity!
✅ A printable Bucket Filling vs. Bucket Dipping Bag Sorting Scenario Game with 32 scenario cards and cute materials to decorate your brown paper sacks!
✅ 4 additional worksheets/coloring pages, including a cut/paste scenario sorting activity!
✅ Document that shows how the lesson is aligned to ASCA Mindsets & Behaviors
✅ All materials available in full color and black/white
✂️ I used 2 brown paper lunch sacks, 1 sheet of construction paper per student, a bucket, a pitcher of water, food coloring, and glitter for this lesson!
[This resource was posted with permission from Caryn Butzke, Chief Operating Officer of Bucket Fillers, Inc.}