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Filling A Bucket (Have You Filled A Bucket Activity)

Filling A Bucket (Have You Filled A Bucket Activity)

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Printables, Activities


English Language Arts, Other ELA, Reading

Have You Filled A Bucket Today is a great book to help build a positive classroom environment. I created this free resource to use in my classroom as a supplemental activity after we read this amazing book.

This is a sorting activity. I have also included a picture of the anchor chart my class completed after we read the story.

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3 reviews
    Clare W.
    10 Jul 2023
    This is exactly what I wanted for use in my class room, thank you! My one suggestion for improvement is some written labels to go with the images, or some lines for students to write on.
    Krystal V.
    10 Jul 2023
    As part of our character education at our school board we use the terms Bucket Filler and Dipper. This was a great visual and provided time for students to just have time to reflect.
    Jenn's Class
    10 Jul 2023
    We did this as a whole group activity. Students took turns choosing a card and deciding where to place it. They enjoyed the activity.