Focus Comic free art camp for special needs kids. Week 71. This week, we continued our exploration into human emotions through comic art. Today we explored the feeling of frustration. Frustration is different from anger. People too often misunderstand being angry with being frustrated. These two emotions are different. Anger is a natural response to situations in which we feel offended or have encountered wronged doing. It usually triggered by external factors, for example, injustice, humiliation, or illnesses, etc. Frustration, on the other hand, is dissatisfaction with specific situations. When a person fails to fulfill his/her desires up to her expected level, he/she often feels “frustrated.” The facial expressions and body language associated with both are similar.
Here is today’s highlights film of the class:
Many thanks to Douglas Hebert and Yvonne Wan, for creating the lesson plans, filming and editing the video assets and leading the free zoom classes.
What you will need for the class:
Pencil & Black Marker
Coloring pencils and Ruler.
Class duration: 40-60 minutes depending on the child’s abilities.
Check our the art tutorial here:
Check out our students art. They are all unique. We are proud to champion special needs talent through our art program.
Please support us in any way you can . Thanks