How to Handle "Bucket Dippers"
- Grades: 3–5
If students are being bucket dippers, what should you do? This decision is certainly up to the teacher. However, my teaching partner and I prefer to make this activity a purely positive one. While students may face other consequences when they act as bucket dippers, we do not remove pom-poms from their buckets.
Our goal is to promote bucket filling and not use this activity as a way to punish students for their behavior.