If you are discussing social behaviour, attitudes, values or interpersonal skills then you may like to view this worksheet to help with your lesson plan. Everybody has feelings and often these are clearly seen by facial expressions. Colour the faces before writing what expression each face means to you.
Some older students may be able to write a small poem, see example below, to express their feelings or to explain the facial expressions they drew on their paper.
THE DAILY NOTE
"A smiling face will leave a trace,
Being sad will drive you mad,
Laugh out loud in a crowd,
Don't be shy and keep your head up high,
Be a light in the night so people can see that your shinning bright,
Always trust in the Lord above cause he will give you all his love,
Life is not a game of guessing,
but always remember, it's a wonderful blessing."