Basic Emotions • Discussion

Learn to understand the meaning of feelings with this creative panel about emotions.

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Make sure there is enough space next to the panel to write. 


Look at the four emotions and identify them together with the players. 


Start a discussion. Write down the emotions and the situations next to the panel. Suggested questions:

  • What do you think happened here?
  • Why is this person angry/sad/afraid/happy?
  • When do you feel like this?
  • How do you behave when you experience this emotion?

Extra game information

On the panel, you can see the four basic emotions.

  1. In the left upper corner: anger
  2. In the right upper corner: sadness
  3. In the left bottom corner: fear
  4. In the right bottom corner: happiness. 


Use this panel when something happens during your session to identify emotions and talk about what happened. 

Specific learning objectives

  • Understand feelings and emotions, what they mean, where they come from, ...
  • Notice the feelings of other people and assess and understand their reactions and behaviour

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