Feeling Faces - Bite Size Activity

Make faces to show different feelings
Make faces to show different feelings

We all have the right to have our own thoughts and ideas and to share them

Make faces to show different feelings.

Each week we will share more bite size ideas for fun and creative ways to learn about human rights.

You’ll need​

A mirror, feelings resource sheet

​What to do​

Look in the mirror or look at someone else and make sad/happy faces. Can you make a face to express fear and anger too? Look at the faces on the sheets or the screen – what are they feeling? What other words can we use for these feelings?​

​Share your words with us by emailing  hre@amnesty.org.uk or using the hashtag #bitesizeHRE.

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Feelings resource sheets
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