Feeling and emotions coloring pages are great activities for all ages! Use these coloring pages as posters to talk about each emotion or print them in black-and-white and use them for coloring for a hands-on activity! Color and then cut and glue the pieces to make your own expression! It can also be an opportunity to help children express their feelings and emotions through drawing their own facial expressions.
Use these free emotions coloring pages to help kids and young adults practice mindfulness to help promote happiness, attention, and emotional control. Mindfulness means being present at the moment with your thoughts and feelings without making judgments. It is being aware of what is happening but not being overwhelmed. Coloring is one technique that helps practice mindfulness in a fun way. These coloring pages would be an asset to special education teachers, support professionals, and even regular education teachers who are working to improve the thinking skills of their students. People of all ages and abilities can practice mindfulness. Best of all, it can be done anywhere and anytime.
These social-emotional learning mindful spring coloring pages are perfect for the child who is overwhelmed, anxious, or needs a calm down break. These spring activities are great for morning work, early finishers, counseling groups, lunch bunch or to support self-regulation at home or in your homeroom classroom. Coloring sheets can also be a great way to help children practice mindfulness, which can help them to focus for longer and feel less stressed.
These emotions coloring pages are a good tool to help kids talk about their feelings. Or, even if your kids don’t like to spend hours discussing their emotional state, they can at least get their brains thinking about it silently. Download these pages and create your own emotions coloring book.