Bucket Filler Anchor Chart {INSPIRED}


  • Ummmm...it's a list. Y'all know girlfriend here loves a list.
  • I assume it was created with the class which is always important for creating ownership and anchoring learning.
  • It's a visually reminder that is always present. I find that bucket filling and all the other things like it tend to get "stale" with time. This could encourage children to keep it going strong.
  • It includes clear cut examples.
  • I already have my students "filling buckets" so this makes perfect sense.

I’ve been working hard to complete my classroom makeover for the 2012-2013 school year so that I may provide you with a summer full of tips and ideas for setting up your own classrooms. To kick off my second annual summer-long, daily series on setting up, organizing, and managing your classroom I am running a miniseries titled, “INSPIRED” and will feature a photo that brought inspiration to my very own classroom makeover. 
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