Colour a Feeling

This is a fun, mindful resource asking your child what colour they associate to each emotion.

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As we grow, we naturally associate feelings with colours - for example, red can be angry, blue can signify calm - but what does your child think? Perhaps they see the world differently to us. This is a fun resource to get your children thinking all about how colours can make us feel!

Colour a Feeling - a creative emotional learning resource designed for children aged 3-11. This fun colouring sheet encourages children to explore six core emotions by associating each feeling with a specific colour.

Key Features:

• Age Range: 3-11 years
• Colouring Sheet: Provides a visual platform for children to choose a colour that represents each emotion.
• Emotional Exploration: Encourages children to reflect on various emotions and consider how they make them feel.
• Mindfulness and Calming: The activity promotes mindfulness and a sense of calm as children engage in the colouring process.
• Emotional Learning: Supports the development of emotional literacy by fostering a deeper understanding of emotions.

• Colour a Feeling allows children to develop emotional literacy and emotional self-awareness. By exploring and expressing their emotions through colours, children can better identify and communicate their feelings. This resource promotes emotional well-being and enhances children's ability to manage and express their emotions effectively.

• Combines creativity and emotional exploration for an engaging and interactive experience.

• Beneficial for parents, professionals, and teachers seeking to enhance emotional literacy and promote emotional well-being.

• Early Years and KS1 Resources: Ideal for primary schools and early years settings, supporting emotional learning and development.