Four Situations

Learn to put yourself in the situation of other people by discussing different emotions with this creative panel.

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The players explore the panel and identify the emotion depicted in each situation.


Start a discussion about each situation. Suggested questions:

  • What do you see?
  • How would you feel in this situation?
  • Do you recognise certain situations?
  • What are the differences between the situation on the panel and your own situation? Are there similarities?
  • Do you think that your parents are sad if you are not with them? Why do you think that they feel that way? 

Extra game information

On the panel, you can see four different situations children can be faced with. In each situation, one of the four basic emotions can be recognised.


Mime: draw a stage in front of the players. Here they can represent a situation in pairs, in which the characters show their emotions. This without speaking. The other players have to guess which emotions are represented. 

Specific learning objectives

Learn to deduce from a certain situation how people must feel and why they feel that way.

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