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Color Expression: A Printable to Share Feelings

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October 26, 2015
Color Expression: A Printable to Share Feelings

Everyone's feelings get hurt, and it's especially painful in childhood. In When Sophie’s Feelings Are Really, Really Hurt, from Caldecott Honor illustrator Molly Bang, Sophie is hurt when the other children laugh at her artwork. However, the students learn there are many different ways to interpret the world — and each other. Here is a simple story that tackles the common issue of hurt feelings as it gently helps us to be more kind. After you read the book with your child, have him color in this printable, using colors to express his feelings.

 
 

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