Bellevue Immaculate Conception students learn lessons in nice
Mar 11, 2013 at 11:16 AM
One of this week's notes, from Bellevue:
Kindergarten students at Immaculate Conception School in Bellevue have been learning the values of being kind to others through the Bucket Fillers program. When students do or say nice things for other people, they are allowed to place a pompom into the classroom bucket. When the bucket is full, the class chooses a reward, such as sweet treats or extra recess. The bucket represents the "invisible bucket of feelings" we all have inside us. The concept is based on the children's book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids" by Carol McCloud.
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