Facial expressions are an important communication channel that allows us to infer other people’s emotional states and intentions.
In this workbook, we will focus on describing and depicting a set of six basic emotions: disgust, joy, sadness, anger, surprise, and fear.
These are the first emotions we develop. By eight or nine months, a baby already demonstrates a repertoire of emotional expressions that includes all of these.
This workbook is structured as follows:
- A child-friendly checklist of a selection of the main muscle groups involved in each emotion
- Drawings portraying each emotion and prompts to fill in the information
- One “connect face to emotion” activity
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Tip: if you laminate these worksheets you will be able to use them over and over again.