Other people’s feelings

We have been talking about different emotions and feelings. We listened to different scenarios (good and not so good) and thought about how people might have been feeling, using the visual clues to describe. This is something we will be working on to develop our Personal, Social and Emotional development, as we need to have awareness of how our actions affect others. Drawing emotions is a good way to help children understand emotions, so give this a go at home, too.

This person loves Lego and built a great Lego model. They feel happy when they build.
Then someone came along, stood on their model and laughed! How might they be feeling? Why? They might be sad, upset, cross and shocked.