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Visual and Performing Arts

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Let's Talk About It Coloring Pages

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  • These coloring pages focus on allowing students to reduce their stress or anxiety and express their feelings about climate change and the environment.
  • The resource includes several pages that can be printed and colored.
Teaching Tips


  • The coloring pages are detailed and will be engaging for students at most levels. 
  • Several designs are available, which will provide students choice in their activity. 

Additional Prerequisites

  • Students should be comfortable perceiving meaning from pictures or art. 
  • You will need to create a free account in order to access the coloring pages. 


  • This resource would be a great one for use during free time or choice time. 
  • Consider using these pages as a way for students to personalize their journals or notebooks. 
  • These coloring pages would make a great start for a student writing activity, where students write about their feelings around climate change.
  • Art students could use the images as inspiration for creating their own coloring pages or artwork to express their feelings or convey a message.
Scientist Notes
This resource provides a student handout that includes five coloring pages to help ease the anxiety of climate change through the use of art and coloring. These coloring pages would be a great addition to a classroom discussion about climate change and the emotional, psychological and social well-being effects that the climate crisis can have on people. This resource is recommended for teaching.

This resource addresses the listed standards. To fully meet standards, search for more related resources.

  • Visual & Performing Arts
    • Visual Arts: Standard 3 - Refining and completing products.
      • 1.5.5.Cr3a: Reflect, refine, and revise work individually and collaboratively, and discuss and describe personal choices in art-making.
      • 1.5.12prof.Cr3a: Apply relevant criteria from traditional and contemporary cultural contexts to examine, reflect on and plan revisions for works of art and design in progress.
    • Visual Arts: Standard 11 - Relating artistic ideas and works within societal, cultural, and historical contexts to deepen understanding.
      • 1.5.5.Cn11a: Communicate how art is used to inform the values, beliefs and culture of an individual or society.
      • 1.5.8.Cn11a: Analyze and contrast how art forms are used to represent, establish, reinforce and reflect group identity and culture.
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