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Art/Drawing Counseling Activities...


Let's Make Faces
: Have Fun Drawing Different Faces for Different Feelings!

by Gerard Langeler (2009, Future Horizons, 12.95/spiral)
        

Kids can draw in faces, wipe them clean, and then draw them again! A wonderful tool for parents or teachers, this book will help children identify facial expressions, understand the words related to emotions, and then relate emotions to real-life events. Copying the contours of the mouth, eyebrows, and eyes teaches the child how feelings may "look" on other people. Great for groups, or one-on-one! Grades K-5. [9” x 9”...24 pages]


Drawing Together to Build Character

by Marge Heegaard (2004, Fairview Press, 9.95)
        

New to the Drawing Together Series, this book helps children learn and display the important character values of kindness, respectfulness, responsibility, honesty, fairness, and gratitude. Adults can use the book to see how children express in pictures what they are unable to say in words. Grades K-5. [8.5” x 11”...40 pages]


Drawing Together to Learn About Feelings

by Marge Heegaard (2003, Fairview Press, 9.95)
        

This book offers a gentle, positive way to help kids understand, accept, and express feelings. Through the creative and interactive drawing activities in this book, kids can learn to: identify and name feelings; express emotions in appropriate ways; cope with difficult feelings; understand how feelings affect behavior; release repressed emotions; build self-esteem; develop social skills; and respect other people's feelings. Grades K-5. [8.5” x 11”...32 pages]


Drawing Together to Accept and Respect Differences

by Marge Heegaard (2003, Fairview Press, 9.95)
        

You'll find this book helps children cherish their own unique qualities. Kids can learn to: respect other cultures, religions, and ethnicities; accept different lifestyles and opinions; understand disabilities; identify prejudice and discrimination; distinguish opinions from facts; cherish their own unique qualities; name personal strengths; build self-confidence; overcome feelings of isolation; and stand up for themselves and others. Grades K-5. [8.5” x 11”...32 pages]


Drawing Together to Manage Anger

by Marge Heegaard (2003, Fairview Press, 9.95)
        

The drawing activities in this book help children understand anger and find appropriate ways to express their unhappiness. Your students will learn to: recognize angry feelings; identify things that trigger anger; understand how feelings affect behavior; identify repressed anger; practice anger management; tolerate frustration; express anger in appropriate ways; develop problem-solving skills; communicate more effectively; and build self-esteem. These activities will also help students develop effective conflict resolutions skills, and learn how to better cope with disappointment and frustration. Grades K-5. [8.5” x 11”...32 pages]


Drawing Together to Develop Self-Control

by Marge Heegaard (2001, Fairview Press, 9.95)
        

An art therapy book for children with controllable behavioral problems. Kids will learn the consequences of their actions, how their misbehavior affects others, how to develop good judgment skills, and more. Through the creative and interactive drawing activities in this book, kids can learn to complete homework on time, keep their desks neat, stop acting out in class, listening politely to others, tell the truth, stop teasing and bullying, share and take turns, and respect themselves and others. Grades K-5. [8.5” x 11”...32 pages]


Colorful Counseling
: Life Lessons Learned Through Drawing for Grades K-5

by Rosanne Satori & Rachel Herrman (2006, MarCo, 34.95)
        

Here you'll find 10 ready-to-reproduce lifeskill units that will enable children to communicate their thoughts and emotions through drawings, which can later be used as springboards for discussion. The worksheets may be used with individual students, small groups, and even classroom-sized groups as a means to get children thinking and talking. Each of the 10 lifeskill booklets has a cover sheet, summary back cover, and approximately 10 drawing sheets for the students to complete. CD included. Grades K-5. [8.5” x 11”...184 pages]

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