(XSS Do2le 2008)
Studies indicate that there are eight universally understood facial expressions: happy, sad, afraid, angry, disgusted, surprised, ashamed, and interested. These activities are designed to improve the recognition of emotions and facial expressions. Each emotion is broken down into easy-to-understand facial clues. Kids of all ages will have fun with these coloring pages, matching games, and other activities, while improving their facial recognition skills. Pp. 144.
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