This activity can be done as part of a nurture group or as an individual intervention to build on SEMH difficulties, children don’t always understand their thoughts and feelings and they struggle to regulate their emotions. This task forms part of a whole range of activities which can be used to give children the tools to develop and regulate their emotions and feelings. Sometimes children can relate to colours/visuals more than words. With this activity children can look at the colour wheel and decide which colour best describes each emotion. They can then colour the emotions monsters in the colour that best describes their mood each day. This gives children a voice to express emotions even when they don’t want to verbalise it.