If you didn't start out your year (all grade levels) discussing bucket filling, go back. it's not too late! For great anchor chart activity to go with the book: Have You Filled a Bucket Today? Teach your students compassion and empathy.
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Teach Your Child to Read - Have you Filled A Bucket Today? This is a FREE resource to use as a supplemental activity for this amazing book! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
KETCHUP folder: When students are absent, place a "ketchup folder" on their desk and slide their missed assignments inside the folder throughout the day. Fun and creative way of getting missed work to students who were absent
Not only will it fit into my tiny classroom, but it is Kindergarten appropriate. Instead of writing out what the child did to fill a bucket, he or she just adds a pom-pom. This is a great way to start "Bucket Filling" at a young age.