The Color Monster is an engaging, fun, and beautiful story for opening up a discussion with students about different emotions they have and the importance of “separating” them so they don’t make you feel mixed up. This resource is a set of activities to use in individual or group counseling that help students express their emotions in a crafty or artistic way!
3-D “feelings jar” activity
Make your own pop-up page (with template pages and photo directions)
This resource is a set of companion activities to go along with the story “The Color Monster” by Anna LLenas. The book is not included in this resource and needs to be purchased separately.
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“I cannot recommend this lesson enough. It was engaging and such a refreshing lesson to teach. I think I enjoyed teaching it as much as the students enjoyed learning!”
“A cute companion activity for the book. I love talking about feelings with our younger kiddos.”
“I love love LOVE this activity! I have been using “The Color Monster” book for a couple years now, and it really sticks with my students. This activity was just what I needed to pair with it for my K-2 students. I use it at the beginning of the year to gauge their feelings and help identify feelings. They truly enjoy it and selecting the monster for their book was a nice touch. I also like that it conserves paper as it breaks one sheet into fourths for the jars.”