Feelings Behind the Masks Freebie
It is important to understand verbal and nonverbal language when interacting with others. Masks are making it difficult for children to read facial cues that are now covered up. This product teaches kids how to understand facial features in order to identify how someone is feeling. Children will learn how to combine eye, eyelid, forehead features, and body language to describe and label emotions.
Included in this free resource:
- 3 of the 7 main micro-expressions
- Black and white printable face to draw expressions
- Real colored photos of faces covered up with masks
- Black and white photos included
- Emotions addressed: angry, happy, sad
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