Expressing Emotions through Sensory Art

Expressing Emotions through Sensory Art

Anger is Bright Red

This is a lesson plan for a sensory session focusing on the emotion of anger, it aims to give a safe environment for children to discuss their feelings of anger whilst engaging in sensory activities.

Anger:

Anger is a bright red (Room lit bright red)

Like a ripe tomato exploding (let students squash tomatoes or have clip of tomatoes exploding)

It sounds like shouting and screaming for no reason (allow students to try this out or again, have a clip to view)

It smells like fiery smoke (Have a cloth that smells of fire – from a BBQ/burning garden rubbish etc  – pass  it around the class)

It looks like slamming doors and running away (Use drums for the loud BANG of slamming doors)

It feels like crying and hitting everything that comes your way (ask children to remember a time when they have felt like this and discuss)

Anger is Bright Red – lesson plan and sensory poem.

 

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