Mask Project For Art Therapy Worksheet

GinaMarie Guarino, LMHC GinaMarie Guarino, LMHC

Worksheet published on October 27th, 2020

Mask Project For Art Therapy Worksheet

Children in therapy can often struggle with expressing how they feel. For a number of reasons, a child can struggle with expressing their feelings and needs, even with their parents and friends. When a child is struggling to talk about how they feel, it can be helpful to think about other means of expression.

A great method of helping a child communicate is to think about how they can express how they feel through art projects. Drawing, writing and coloring can all help a child communicate. It can also be helpful when engaging a child who is resistant to talking.

About This Worksheet

This is the Mask Project For Art Therapy worksheet. This worksheet is an art project exercise for children to use when expressing how they feel. On this worksheet, a child is provided with a blank mask and instructions on how to complete the project.

This worksheet is intended for children up to 10 years old. It can be used in individual or group therapy sessions. This worksheet requires drawing and coloring materials, and scissors.


Explain to the child that they can express how they feel through drawing and coloring. Express the interest in understanding what they are feeling, and explain to the child that this mask is for them to be creative and show their feelings in a safe space.

Cut the mask out for the child. Provide them with pencils and coloring materials. Review the instructions with the child and allow them time and space to create their mask. When the child is finished, ask the child follow-up questions about the mask they created. Allow the child to take the mask home with them if they would like.

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