A simple worksheet to give the students a break from writing and let them use their creative sides. The worksheet has a list of common emotions in Spanish. The students must draw a face that goes along with the emotion. I have mixed up this activity, sometimes setting out the coloring materials and telling them I want a face with a body and a scene to go along with the emotion. I have also had them at times pick ten emotions, for example, and use each in a full sentence on the back. Lots of room for creative uses for this and the students seem to enjoy the break from the mundane!