Emotions

Age Range: 5 - 11

Emotions

A thought-provoking Powerpoint presentation, which can be used as a stimulus for discussing different types of emotions.

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Anu_shika

This is a beautiful way of expressing your emotions, it is especially beneficial for children I'm sure they will enjoy this activity .. Thank you !!

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Haranata

This is really smart!!!! I love this idea!

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SophieLou

I love this idea!! Thank you for sharing this. I am a student teacher and have been struggling finding a relevant and fun lesson idea to encompass emotions. My class will love this!!

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Kmalas

Great idea. I do, however, have a problem with labelling green as the colour of 'jealousy". Green can be so much more. I think that young people would then start regarding the colour in a negative light.

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shilps

giving it a try...hope its gonna work!

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Matt O'Gara

Yep I know what you mean - like red for anger, what's wrong with red for love? Green for peace, nature. Yellow for happiness and cowardice? Colours can mean so much more than just one thing.

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Dette

true colours can mean much more, but isn't that an interesting topic for class discussion? the thing is that colours have been used symbolically by artists for hundreds of years and it is important for children to know this as they interpret the work of others. Having said that symbolic meaning changes over time green in our culture today has come to stand for being pro nature, environmentally aware and sustainable, much in the way that language meaning changes over time for example the term 'gay' has had three different meanings in my lifetime (I'm 48) from happy- to homosexual -to something uncool or lame. (mind you I wouldn't use this example of how language meaning changes over time with the children at this level of course!!!!) but you could talk about cool and Cool! as in groovy!Plus discussions about how colours have traditionally symbolise feelings help them with their understanding and comprehension of English when reading -eg he was green with envy, he was feeling blue. Teaching art can have a huge impact on children's whole education across the curriculum.

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