Nine faces

Draw nine similar circles equally spaced on a sheet of paper (e.g. by placing a small glass upside-down on the page and tracing its outline) or print this worksheet.

You can use any drawing instrument you like, including pencil, pen, felt-tip pen, crayon, or whatever you remember you enjoyed using as a child.


Draw nine different facial expressions for different emotions by adding only a mouth, eyes and eyebrows to the circles.


Use colours to highlight the different emotions in the facial expressions you drew.


Of the nine facial expressions, choose the one that best represents how you are feeling. Add a simple element or two (for example, hair, nose, glasses, scarf, hat) to make it look like you.