Therapeutic Dream Catchers: Steps: 1) Decorate your dream catcher 2) Think of your negative emotions, triggers, or experiences 3) Trap those negative thoughts/triggers/emotions inside of your dream catcher 5) Write your strengths, positive traits, activities, and other things/people you love all around the dream catcher. 6) Once the dream catcher is complete, students weave (or tape/glue) yarn through the points around the circle to trap in the negative things.
After seeing a post on Pinterest (https://www.pinterest.com/pin/286471226273997836/) with no link to follow, other than a picture, I decided to create this activity sheet. It can be used as a social/emotional art therapy to help children discuss their positive and negative emotion, triggers, experiences, and attributes.
It would be good for art therapy teachers, EBD teachers, ESE teachers, school counselors, or anyone working with children with social/emotional issues.
**Note: Print on cardstock for best results.
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