Lesson 2: Drawing Expressions

Looking at emojis, children consider emotions and learn how making slight changes to the eyes, mouth and eyebrows significantly alters an expression ***new pupil video***

Learning Objectives

  • Drawing faces that express different emotions

  • Knowing that the parts of the face that convey most emotion are the eyes, mouth and eyebrows

  • Creating different expressions by altering these features

Teacher Video: Drawing Expressions

Pupil Video: Drawing Expressions

Resources

Emoji PowerPoint
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