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Have You Filled A Bucket Today

Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud is an award winning book that encourages children to be positive and kind to others through a reward system called ‘bucket fillers’. The story teaches children to try and ‘fill their bucket’ with happiness every day and to share it with other people so everyone is happy. This story is perfect for using during PSED lessons to help your pupils learn the importance of kindness.

 

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