At Lloyd Street Primary, three twelve year old boys started exploring their emotions as part of their Grade 6 Exhibition.
Their research led them to discovering the new emotionary dictionary of emotions app by Funny Feelings®.
They tracked down Creator, Sarah Hatherley, and invited her into their school.
Sarah's talk has been edited into a series of short video clips.
In this clip Sarah talks about the importance of creativity in educating young people for a rapidly changing world, and how fear can stifle creativity.
There are dozens of ways to feel angry, happy or sad, and a dictionary of emotions in the palm of your hand will help you find just the right word to express how you feel.
Download the free emotionary app from iTunes - search Emotionary or Funny Feelings - or click the link now itunes.apple.com/au/app/emotionary-by-funny-feelings/id515860459?mt=8
Get to know your Funny Feelings and start sharing.
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