We are all Bucket Fillers

chestnutjubilee

In our class we are learning about being a bucket filler. “What is a bucket filler?” you may ask. A bucket filler is a person who says and does kind or thoughtful things to their peers to help fill their invisible bucket. Their invisible bucket is like their heart. When kind or thoughtful things are done to them their bucket fills, making them happier and feeling better about themselves. However, if someone becomes a bucket dipper, they are saying or doing hurtful things to their peers, emptying their bucket and making them feel sad.

We started by reading “How Full is Your Bucket?” by Tom Rath and Mary Reckmeyer.

In Chestnut Class we have decorated our own buckets. Our buckets only get filled when we do kind things to other people. Things such as smiling at others, helping and sharing will help us to fill up our buckets.

We now…

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