20 faces all individual, all different, all with different facial expressions. This exercise is great for thinking skills as well as the following…
Potential Learning objectives:
- I can understand how everyone feels different emotions.
- I can understand that we are all different
- I can identify the emotions I have drawn
- I can tell you about a time when I felt each emotion
- I can explain how I might help someone who is experiencing a negative emotion
- I can make each facial expression
Present the sheet to the children and consider some of these suggestions
- Pupils can give each face a different expression
- Pupils can colour in the different faces in different colours to represent difference in skin tones.
- Pupils can see visually how we are all different. Different appearances, different expressions. Discuss difference.
- Pupils can identify the feelings of each individual face
- Pupils can talk about a time when they might have felt this emotion
- Pupils can explain how they would help each face showing a negative emotion
- Pupils can use a mirror to make each expression themselves.
- Pupils can fill this in over a few sessions as a warm up. One face at a time.
- Pupils could choose one of the faces and draw the body language to match
- Pupils could choose one of the faces, draw the body and draw a thinking bubble. What might that person be thinking?