Facial Expressions Pack

£1.89

When we don’t understand non-verbal cues – the world can be a scary place. Misunderstandings happen and we begin mistrusting others. This fun pack has been designed to enable the child to look at a photograph of a person – read the non-verbal cues linking a named emotion to that expression and replicating it using blank face mats.

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Description

Helping children understand emotions in facial expressions

Outline:

When we don’t understand non-verbal cues – the world can be a scary place. Misunderstandings happen and we begin mistrusting others. This fun pack has been designed to enable the child to look at a photograph of a person – read the non-verbal cues linking a named emotion to that expression and replicating it using blank face mats.

Objectives:

  • I can understand other people’s facial expressions
  • I can understand emotions in others and adapt accordingly
  • To be able to identify an emotion that is shown on a face
  • To be able to respond appropriately to the emotion of others

How to use the pack:

  • Print off all the resources – laminate for durability
  • Select a photograph and facilitate opportunities for the child(ren) to discuss how that person is feeling, based on their facial expressions. Use a mirror to see if they can create the same expression.
  • Then using clues of the person’s eyes, mouth and eyebrows – name the emotion they are feeling, expand the vocabulary further using the word list. Explore this further by remembering a time they felt ‘happy/sad/excited/nervous/joyful/etc’?
  • Finally re-create this emotion using the blank face mats, cutting out the eyes and mouths provided – or use play-doh/whiteboard pens.

This pack contains:

  • Blank Faces x a mixture of 45 different cartoon styles images
  • Photographs x 30 – happiness & joy, excited & giggly, wobbly & anxious, anger & frustration, sad & scared
  • Facial Expressions – eyes and mouths, you have the option of drawing the eyebrows which make a huge difference to the narrative of emotions!
  • Emotion Word Lists – to improve emotional vocabulary – based on the photographs

Number of Pages: 68

Font:  Open Sans (Dyslexia Friendly)

Format: High Quality PDF File

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