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Still seeking activities that are sure to maximise learning outcomes and potentials? Then look no further than some of these other wonderful worksheets and activities, designed by educators, so you can meet national curriculum standards and aims with ease. I decided to put together a monster coloring book for them a few days ago and figured I would share it with you so you could print one for your child as well. As an extension activity, the discussion could also focus on what things help when they are feeling sad, afraid or angry.
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The little girl puts the Colour Monster’s feelings into separate jars. Use the template below to draw things that make you happy/ angry/sad etc. When the child has colored the monster, it should be reinforced with cardboard and cut out, with an extra half-inch of paper left at the bottom. Invite the children to discuss their feelings. Sometimes we can feel a bit mixed up like the Colour Monster. It might help to have a friend, older brother or sister or a trusted adult help the child to sort out their feelings at those times, just like the Colour Monster and the little girl. Talk about the things which make the children feel happy, sad, angry, fearful and calm and loved.
Once these comical creations are embellished with pom-pom noses, wiggle eyes, and funny craft teeth, they’ll make anybody laugh! 7. Birthday Party Fun
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Birthday party hats make a great base for this craft. Once the party guests have colored their monsters, the heads and bodies should be cut out separately.The next sheet is all about taking time to separate out and honor each feeling. With the My Feeling Jar worksheet you can clearly identify each feeling experienced and how much of each feeling. You can go deeper with young people and identify triggers, how they felt it in their bodies, warning signs of these feelings, and choices that might be helpful vs unhelpful to honor what is going on for them over the week. How does music make you feel? Think of different songs/styles of music that make you happy, sad, angry etc. The book also emphasizes being able to feel and honor whatever feeling comes up and tell us that it is OK to feel all of these feelings, it is okay to listen to our bodies, and it is okay to cry! So powerful, especially for young people who often get flooded and want to repress feelings.