The ‘Slow to Anger’ printable (Proverbs 14:29) is a fun sheet for children to color in as they remember the importance of not getting angry quickly. We can all be tempted to get angry immediately in the moment when someone says the wrong thing, or tries to hurt us or our friends and family. Yet in this verse we are advised that we are wise and have great understanding if we are slow to anger. Being slow to anger means weighing the situation up before we act inappropriately. It means taking time to reflect before we jump the gun.
1. When was the last time you got angry? Describe it.
2. Are you easily angered? Do people make you angry very quickly?
3. What do you do when you get angry?
4. What are some good ways to help you be ‘slow to anger?’