Happy Sensitive Kids “I’m Emptying My Bucket” Door Hanger – Free Printable

I recently published some free bucket activity printables to help you and your highly sensitive child (HSC) talk about their bucket – to think about what fills it and what empties it. There’s now a door hanger to add to the collection, which can help your child send a clear message about how they are feeling.


A Happy Sensitive Kids Emptying My Bucket Door Hanger - Free PrintableMany HSCs like to spend time alone, especially after a busy activity, or a hectic school day (or just a regular school day come to think of it!). When they come home their bucket is full – they can use a door hanger on their room door to let you know that they just need some time alone. More importantly, the door hanger can let brothers and sisters know that bucket emptying is in operation……

Here’s how the door hanger looks.

Happy Sensitive Kids Bucket Door Hanger

You can download the door hanger here: Happy Sensitive Kids Bucket Door Hanger and simply print out on stock card and cut out or glue onto cardboard – or laminate.

As with the bucket activity printables there will be more door hanger designs added in time…….

Let me know if you download and use them – feedback is always welcome! And even better, show me a photo!


About Amanda van Mulligen

Mother, writer, author, blogger. Born British, Living Dutch. I have three Dutch sons and a Dutch husband and I blog about Turning Dutch and raising highly sensitive children.
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2 Responses to Happy Sensitive Kids “I’m Emptying My Bucket” Door Hanger – Free Printable

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