Students began this unit by identifying the facial cues that help express emotion. We viewed a variety if portraits showing different emotions and then played emotional pictionary with the help from some expressive face worksheets. Next, we learned about cubism through the work of Pablo Picasso. After students became familiar with the different cubist attributes, we had to choose one of 6 emotions (anger, disgust, fear, surprise, joy, and sadness) and create a portrait to express that emotion. While applying color, students learned how different colors could help better express their moods. See if you can guess their expression.