Three blank faces in three skin colors, created to express emotions and communicate feelings. The faces can be used as is or illustrated with details using chalk, dry erase marker, etc, to create faces that the user is feeling etc. These play therapy faces are a great way of getting the children to be interactive and express what they are feeling without using words, but with drawing and motion.
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New York, NY, United States
Member since September 08, 2008
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MICRO facial expressions....
Cognitive behavioral studies.
Trying out a role.
S O U N D while talking....
It reminds me of putting a kid in the corner.
Go put your nose in the corner.
Did you're parents ever tell you to do that?
Thats weird, but your perspective on sound changes... You can feel yourself breathe....or hear your breath on the walls...
It puts your head in a box, of sound.
Just like a face....to hide behind.
Why isn't the face in the round?...It looks like a ping pong paddle.
The difference with a wall is that it has no eye holes. Because you draw on it...
Posted October 19, 2008
By Douglas Best
In response to O U T L I NED FACIAL EXPRESSIONS, posted by Douglas Best,
in the thread Play Therapy Faces