I use the book, Have You Filled A Bucket Today?: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids by Carol McCloud to create a sense of community and a culture of kindness in my classroom. I give my students their own "buckets" to fill with kindness!
The book is all about how you should treat others, and the consequences for your words and actions towards others - both good and bad.
This listing is for the letters for "BUCKET" and "FILLERS" for your bulletin board. Also included is a form students can fill out in order to fill a bucket with a nice note, or let someone know how they filled their own bucket.
***The file has been updated as of 7/22/17
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For my board, as pictured:
I used clear plastic cups as buckets, using a push pin to attach them to the bulletin board. They're not shown in the picture, but I printed each student's name out on a label and just stuck it to the cup. Don't forget to make one for yourself! I also used push pins to hold the book up on the bulletin board. I put one on the top and bottom of the book (without actually piercing the book) in order to hold it put there without damaging it. You can also cut up bulletin board border and just drop it inside the bucket to add some cuteness. :)
I am a teacher, but I am also the mother to a wonderful little boy with autism. You can visit my blog at www.rachaelslough.com
to read about experiences as a special needs mom!