Wednesday, May 20, 2015
I am a firm believer that you are never too old to color! So this year we are wrapping up our social skills class with a coloring book project with the kids. I gathered some of the concepts that we talked about throughout the year and made sure there was at least one that represented each student in the classroom. Then I made this simple coloring book for us to review during the last couple of weeks. The last page is a sheet (Sorry, the sheets are not in order; you know how the end of the school year goes!) where each child reflects about their peers. So I am including this workbook just to give you an idea of what mine looked like when I created it quickly last night.
We are going to go through each page and having the students write about that concept on the back of each page. They will then get to color the pages when we are done. We will play calming music and will all color together. This is to talk about being able to find activities in our lives that bring us to a calm place....music and art might be two options.
Click here to go to a link where my coloring book is.
Click here to go to a link where the logos were made.