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How I Feel Colorwheel

Use these simple supplies you can find in your house to help your little ones communicate how they feel in overwhelming times. Remember the Art Feeds rule- there are no wrong answers! No wrong colors or patterns to represent each feeling. If you like this project, check out this free Printable that can help explore more about our emotional connections to color. 




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- Cardboard

- Copy paper

- Scissors

- Watercolors

- Water

- Paintbrush

- Crayons

- Drawing Utensils

- Thumb tack

- Stick glue

- A list of feelings



Step 1: Cut out a piece of copy paper into a half circle shape and divide it into fourths. This should resemble half of a pizza. 

Step 2: Cut out your cardboard to the same shape, but a little bit bigger of a half circle than the paper

Step 3: Write down a different feeling on each pizza-slice-shape and use watercolors to color it in with the best color to represent that feeling

Step 4: Cut out your four pieces of paper and glue them to the cardboard

Step 5: Cut out an arrow from another piece of cardboard and thumbtack it in the bottom middle of your wheel

Step 6: Point the arrow to the feeling you feel that day!


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