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Bucket Filling at Mast Way School Oyster River Cooperative School District

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Did you ever wish you could take back something you said or did to another person? “I hate you” “You can’t play with us” “I don’t like you” “Go Away!” “Get out of here” “Leave me alone” “You’re not my friend”

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In our school students are working hard to develop their academic intelligence. Reading Writing Math Projects Tests Quizzes Music Art Gym Social Studies Science Facts History Spelling Library Computer Journals Worksheets Standards What can we do to help our kids have a positive day and develop their social and e motional intelligence?

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In the year 2010 a new character development program was introduced to all students at Mast Way as one of our bully prevention measures. Since then, the question we ask is….

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What is Bucket Filling? Bucket filling is based on a concept from a children’s book written by Carol McCloud, entitled Have You Filled a Bucket Today ?

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Bucket “ Fill”osophy Everyone has an invisible bucket. When our bucket is Full we feel great and happy.  When our bucket is Empty we feel lonely or sad.  The purpose of our bucket is to hold our good thoughts and feelings. We are either “filling up” or “dipping into” each others buckets by what we say and what we do.

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How to Fill a Bucket You need other people to fill your bucket and other people need you to fill theirs . You fill a bucket when you say something nice to someone, do something kind , or even when you smile. This is called being a Bucket Filler . You can also dip into a bucket and take out someone’s good feelings by doing and saying mean, hurtful things. This is called being a Bucket Dipper . You can never fill your own bucket by dipping into someone else’s. However, when you fill someone’s bucket, you also fill your own !

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Ways to Fill a Bucket Help someone out Take turns Play Fairly Ask permission before taking something Listen Carefully Show you care Be Patient Use Good M anners Speak Kindly Be Cooperative Share Be Friendly Be a Good S port Follow the Rules Complement Others Invite someone to play with you Smile Be Forgiving Treat Others As You Want To Be Treated

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Presentation By: Brenda Tirrell (Mrs. T) and Sharon Kondratenko Artwork By: Mrs. Paquette’s 4 th Grade Class of 2013 Music By: Electric Light Orchestra, Telephone Line (Instrumental) Bon Jovi, Have A Nice Day Golden Girls Theme, Thank You For Being A Friend

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