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Clowne Junior School

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Exploring emotions


Last week we reflected on our own feelings and the types of emotions that we may come across in our lives.

We made feelings critters.


This week we will be thinking about how our feelings can change depending on the time of day or the situation we are in.

Please watch the Power Point. The PowerPoint does have a voiceover on it so please ensure your sound is on when it plays. 


The main activities for the session are attached below the powerpoint. We have attached a feelings chart if you didn't want to draw one yourself and some emoticon examples that you could cut and stick onto the chart if you didn't want to draw your own emotions.


The extension task is to draw each facial expression for the emotion written underneath. Try to be as detailed as you can be e.g. on the anger one, you could draw frowns on the forehead, a red flushed face and eyebrows that go diagonal.