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Tom Rath
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Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
This is a great story illustrating the concept of "bucket filling" to children. The main character goes to school one day and is told about how his words and actions affect other people, by remembering how other people's words and actions affect him. When people give compliments or go out of their w...
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Ms. Nguyen's Favorite Books rated it 1 year ago
Are you a bucket filler? What does that mean? How Full is Your Bucket? For Kids is another great character education book about kindness. We all have invisible buckets that dictate how we feel; we feel great when it is full and we feel awful when it is empty. How Full is Your Bucket? For Kids follow...
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My Future Classroom Library rated it 3 years ago
This is a great first day of school read aloud. It is a story of a boy who has a imaginary bucket above his head as well as his peers. As the day goes on, the actions and words from others affect his bucket. It is a great way to teach students how to treat each other as well as how words affect othe...
zbishop rated it 4 years ago
I have not read this book yet, but I have read what it is about and the reviews on this book. I think this will be a great book to show kids that you determine how full your bucket is and you determine how your day would be. I would use this book with 1st-5th grade. I would use this by making paper ...
Ryan DeJonghe - The Avid Reader
Ryan DeJonghe - The Avid Reader rated it 6 years ago
This is probably one of the best personal success books I have read—ever. One simple strategy, contained in an easy to understand analogy, and everything else starts to fall together.I had heard my kids talking about bucket filling after some lessons at school. I didn’t really know what they meant u...
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