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Draw Your Own Emotion Faces

Draw Your Own Emotion Faces


Variety of blank faces, both boys and girls, for children to draw on eyes, eyebrows, nose and mouth to represent the emotion they are feeling.


Why do you need this?

These worksheets provide a creative outlet for children to express and explore their emotions visually. Drawing facial expressions allows children to externalise their feelings and communicate them in a tangible way.


Drawing their own facial expressions encourages children to reflect on their emotions and recognise how they are feeling. This process promotes self-awareness and emotional literacy as children learn to identify and label their emotions.


How and when might you use this?

These worksheets could be used in a variety of ways:

· Teachers can incorporate these worksheets into morning work to draw the facial expression that reflects how they are feeling at the start of the day. This activity sets a positive tone for the day and allows teachers to gauge students' emotional well-being.

· During transition throughout the day teachers can have children fill in these sheets as a check in with their emotions.

· During PSHE lessons to teach students about different emotions and how to express them.

· Small group work where the children discuss and reflect on different emotions together.

· During counselling sessions to help students process and express their emotions.

· Teachers can integrate the worksheets into art activities to combine creative expression with emotional exploration


What’s included?

Resource includes 16 different face outlines with different hair styles.

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