Happy visualisation

Today we have a ‘happy visualisation’  This is purely a drawing exercise where children can think about their happy place. It might be a real place it might be imagination such as unicorn land or in the clouds with rainbows and sunshine. It really doesn’t matter. They are learning to visualise a place that makes them feel happy so that when things get tough they can ‘go to their happy place’.

Ask the child if they can visualise their place.  What colours can they see? What can they hear? What can they smell? What can they feel? What can they taste? Help them to use all of their senses to visualise that happy place.

Download: Happy Place

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  • Angela says:

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