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Elsasupport's Shop
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I have a passion for Emotional literacy and create resources to support teachers, teaching assistants, learning mentors and ELSAs

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Resource from ELSA SUPPORT

Print out the skin tone that you require. This resource has three different skin tones to suit all children. There are also 12 different sets of eyes and mouths and a set of emotions vocabulary flash cards. Laminate all the pieces and keep in a zipped bag for convenience. The aim of this resource is for children to begin to recognise facial expressions and talk about their feelings. It is excellent for children on the autistic spectrum. This resource is also very good for early years settings and can be put into an area of provision, allowing children to experiment and make different faces. Can they match the eyes to the mouth? Can they tell you what the expression is that they have made? Parents would also find this resource helpful for their preschool children.

Questions you could ask – can you make me a ‘angry face’? What would ‘angry’ eyes look like? What would ‘sad’ eyes look like? Can you make me a ‘sad face’? Also use other vocabulary such as ‘miserable, frustrated, terrified, proud’.

There are so many possibilities for working with this resource. The cards could be used as a matching pairs game. Lay out all the cards and ask a child to choose a mouth and eyes that match – name the emotion.

Use the face (laminated) for drawing emotion faces. Put it alongside a mirror so children can make faces themselves.

Use the angry eyes and mouth to discuss anger and how to recognise when they are becoming angry. What makes them angry? What could they do when they are angry?

Pick an emotions flashcard(included with the pack) and make the appropriate face.

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5

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Andrea12345

4 years ago
5

Many thanks. This will be a great resource to use with my adult learners with learning difficulties and disabilities for their topic on Facial Expression and Body Language.

awfulbeaut

4 years ago
5

Starlyyte

4 years ago
5

TES Resource Team

5 years ago
5

Thank you for publishing your resource. This resource has been recommended for teachers by the TES Resources Team.

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