Emotions

I’m trying to teach Klara emotional facial expressions from a baby book. Turns out she can identify a sad face a lot easier than I can. I need to consult the accompanying text to find out what the expression means. 

I’m great at teaching her how to express anger, at least. 

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3 thoughts on “Emotions”

  1. ” I need to consult the accompanying text to find out what the expression means. ”

    This makes me wonder how you deal with descriptions of body language in books (or movies).

    Do you just ignore descriptions of body language and/or displays of body language?

    Or are the drawings in the book just really ba?

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