Kids, not just adults, can greatly benefit from self-reflection. It allows them to identify what caused them to feel a certain way and how they can cope to feel better — in case they had a negative feeling. If you’re trying to help kids express themselves, use this therapeutic reflection worksheet.
To get started, they need to draw their expression that best describes their feeling in the blank emoji, describe that feeling, and what triggered it. It could be a situation, memory, or sensation that reminded them of something. When it comes to stressful emotions, you can give them ideas on how to feel better.
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