Children's Mental Health Week Emotion Wheel Activity
Make & Do
Sometimes we feel happy and sometimes things happen that don't make us feel happy at all. As well as feeling happy or excited, we can feel angry, scared or under the blankety.
Create the emotions spinning wheel. Spin the wheel and talk and talk about how Bing and his friends are feeling. Have you ever felt this way?
For the first time Bing is participating in Children's Mental Health Week, founded by UK mental health charity, Place2Be. Throughout the week, we’ll be sharing tips from child therapist Kate Silverton (Kate trained as a child therapist with Place2Be and is one of their ambassadors) and other experts for supporting mental health in young children. We will be driving conversations around the importance of Children's Mental Health on our social channels, encouraging grown-ups to share their stories and tips with us. A special episode playlist will also be available on the Bing: Watch, Play, Learn app and YouTube while on bingbunny.com, episode guides and Children’s Mental Health Week resources and activities will be available.
You will need:
- Our template
- Safety scissors
- Paper fastener or paper clips
- Pencils and crayons
Print out the sheet to create your emotion wheel