Monday, August 6, 2012

Classroom Ideas: Random Acts Of Kindness (RAK) Bulletin Board

Attention Teachers!!!
Your Classroom is like a Party....Give your classroom special thoughtful touches (like you would for a party!) This year I have added "Teacher classroom Ideas"

RAK (Random Acts of Kindness)
is so important to share!
This clever idea is from
I LOVE this idea:

Bucket Fillers
"The bucket filling concept is something that is ongoing throughout the year and my students always love it! At the beginning of the year we talk a lot about what it means to be good friends to each other. We always read a book entitled, "How Full is Your Bucket? for Kids" and the students learn about their invisible bucket. We talk about filling other people's buckets by saying and doing nice things for them and we also talk about how sometimes we can be bucket dippers. When we dip into other's buckets it hurts their feelings and it makes us feel bad about ourselves too. The entire year this is something that can be revisited and the students are reminded how important it is for them to be kind to one another. This is a simple way we display the buckets in our classroom and ensure that it is a focus throughout the school year."

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