Feelings Coloring Pages

  
This was one of my first creations when I started working with younger children. It’s so easy and a great way to assess client’s understanding of feelings and emotions. 

1) Find a character on a coloring page 

2) White out the face or the character(s)

3) Make copies so you have a new page without the whiteout portion present 

4) Ask the client to fill in the face of with how they think the character is feeling and to color the picture how they’d like to 

This can be done with any character or coloring page! You can even have the child tell you what they think is going on or create a story about the picture. Here’s some fun examples below 😀

   

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