In this activity, young people look at animals in different scenarios. They consider how they would feel in each situation and then consider how the animal might feel.They will begin to develop an understanding that:
- animals and humans can experience a range of positive and negative emotions
- animals can¿t always show their feelings in a way we can recognise, therefore they should always be given the benefit of the doubt in situations where they could be suffering.
Number of participants: You can run this activity with just one person, or in a small group.
How long it will take: This activity will take approximately 5 to 10 minutes per picture.
Download full facilitation guide: Facilitation guide - Feelings (Word 2MB)
Included in this guide:
- Activity sheets