In this particular lesson, I had students write 5 words they felt described themselves. (I model this by listing my five words so they understand.) Then another 3 to describe how they perceive their future. (Again, I do the same). We ended with 2 more words to describe their family dynamic.
Their parents were astounded that colors were chosen NOT based on favorite colors, but what each color meant. At the end, every child could tell a story about what their "Ojo De Dios" meant. It went beyond the making of a decorative item, and became and expressive, highly personal work of ART.
The Emotional Color Wheel is a book I wrote and can be had on Amazon, or via NASCO with school funds, or direct from the publisher at 30% off at the bottom of the page HERE.
I have 2 helpful posters on my Zazzle page. I always suggest you get it when Zazzle runs a sale, which is pretty often. One focuses on both color and shape, while the other included more detailed information about color.
Before you think that my color research is based on opinion, I spent several years researching the topic of color and related emotional values. In the book I make note of cultural differences, like how red is universally thought of as blood, but in China, it is the color of joy and weddings. You can use these resources to go as deeply as you like. This is a lesson I have taught for more than 20 years, with resources I created myself and have now begun to publish as I near retirement. I hope you find them as helpful as I have.