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Free Download: Emotions Drawing Worksheet

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1 page|Suitable for Grades: F - 1

A worksheet to assist students in recognising and depicting different emotions.

Discuss different emotions with your students and what they generally look like.

Students are required to draw a face showing someone who is happy, sad, angry and excited.

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