Mood Monsters: An interactive art journal, celebrating the diversity of emotion, for little readers, with big imaginations!
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There were some really good discussions about the connotations of colours such as blue or green, and whether they should be used to represent feelings of calmness, sadness or happiness.
As you color in and cut out this printable, ask questions like, “What color do you think feels like sadness? Juliette's background is in child psychology and she now works as a Jungian Sandplay Therapist with vulnerable children who have experienced adversity or trauma. You could use this resource in conjunction with our Mood Monsters Cards in French to further support your students’ emotional learning.
Features our own illustrations to help brighten up your classroom, and clearly define the theme of your topic board. Online games that your child may be able to access independently during some free time to support or extend learning. Introducing children to emotional learning and development is a great way to benefit their mental health and well-being in the long term. com, the Sell on Etsy app, and the Etsy app, as well as the electricity that powers Etsy’s global offices and employees working remotely from home in the US. Thanks for asking about the editable version of this resource - I think we have what you are looking for.
There are 14 different mood monsters cards included in this resource, so your students can learn about almost every single emotion there is!
This resource has been designed for use within primary education as a specialist intervention to help children identify the range of emotions they experience, to understand how these emotions can affect them, to support the development of strategies for managing these emotions and to recognise the part they play in shaping their own future.
Juliette Ttofa is a Specialist Senior Educational Psychologist with over 20 years’ experience working with children and young people. These Mood Monsters Cards in French will introduce your students to some important French vocabulary words and boost their emotional learning. Mood Monsters help children express their feelings by showing two different emotions on each monster. With accompanying game ideas, online activities and downloadable posters, Monster Moods can be used to facilitate work with a young person in recognising, understanding, labelling, expressing and regulating their moods and emotions.She is interested in eco-spiritual writing and is currently undertaking a PhD in Applied Transpersonal Psychology, exploring the concept of a ‘space for the sacred’, using myth, storytelling and symbolism. Monster Moods is a playful and non-directive approach to talking about, accepting and validating a young person’s ‘big feelings’. Designed for use in groups or on a 1:1 basis by teachers, professionals and parents, the cards can be used independently or alongside the storybook How Monsters Wish to Feel . Interactive pages, playful text, and a fun dial to spin combine to help little ones recognize and understand their feelings, as well as the feelings of those around them.