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  • Humans have a range of emotions.

  • Some, like happiness, seem to be innate,

  • but others, like disgust, are learnt from experience.

  • In this activity you and your kids will try to 'unlearn' something that disgusts you.

  • Alright, today, we're going to be doing an activity all about emotions.

  • So I'm going to show you some pictures of people's faces,

  • and I want you tell me what emotion you think they're having.

  • So what emotion do you think he's having?

  • Angry.

  • And why do you think he's angry?

  • Because of the way he's putting his face, like...

  • And what things make you angry?

  • When my sister touches my stuff that I don't want her to touch.

  • Okay! What about this one?

  • Happy!

  • And why do you think he's happy?

  • Because he's smiling and his eyes are shut.

  • And what makes you happy?

  • Chocolate.

  • Chocolate is nice...

  • I've got another one to show you, but just before, I am a bit hungry...

  • Disgusting! Eww!

  • Do you want to touch it?

  • No!

  • Give it a little touch...

  • No!

  • That's a sausage...

  • It's quite nice!

  • It looks like a sausage.

  • Do you wanna bite some? Have a little bit, have a little bit, have a little bit!

  • So, you wouldn't eat that?

  • What about... this?

  • Yes!

  • And what's the differences between those?

  • That is nice and that is disgusting.

  • One is poo so it has already been digested, and this one hasn't.

  • Raisins, biscuits, chocolate...

  • What can you see in there?

  • I can see biscuit crumbs, and that's the chocolate and raisins.

  • So we're gonna have a go and see if we can make this stuff look like this.

  • Okay!

  • Experience has taught us that nappies don't contain anything good, let alone delicious.

  • Experience has taught us that nappies don't contain anything good,

  • let alone delicious.

  • So when confronted with an open nappy,

  • and someone willing to eat it's contents, we feel disgusted.

  • However, when Sahara makes her own poo,

  • she should become confident in its edible qualities,

  • losing the sense of disgust she felt before.

  • It's really simple to make these at home.

  • All you have to do is chop up some chocolate bars and place them in a bowl.

  • And then carefully crush up some biscuits,

  • placing them inside a bag helps control the mess.

  • Next add some golden syrup into the bowl.

  • Then put the bowl in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time,

  • Stirring until melted.

  • Okay! So I'm gonna give it the first stir...

  • After this add in crushed biscuits and dried fruit, if you like.

  • Then give the whole thing a good stir.

  • When cool enough to handle, mould your mix into a classic sausage shape,

  • or your preferred poo style.

  • For maximum disgust we find serving on some toilet paper or a nappy really helps!

  • (We recommend using a clean one though…)

  • Sahara's willingness to handle the mixture

  • is already a sign of her diminishing sense of disgust for this stuff.

  • The more she handles it the more familiar she will be.

  • This is because disgust feels like a natural response it has to be learnt.

  • After carrying out the activity,

  • Sahara has taught herself that the fake poo is actually made from delicious chocolate.

  • So what makes it change?

  • What makes it change is that we've made it now,

  • so now I know what it's actually made of, and I'm not disgusted by it any more.

  • I know it's made of chocolate and biscuits and stuff,

  • instead of poo.

  • It teaches you the difference between different emotions,

  • like you're emotions can change very easily.

  • And it's not very hard to change our emotions.

  • Would you like to have a go showing it to someone else?

  • Yeah!

  • Shall we get your sister over?

  • After completing the activity it can be fun

  • to get your kids to show these fake poos to someone who hasn't seen them

  • So they can see for themselves the differences in emotional response!

  • No! No! No!

  • Me and Sahara had a lot of fun doing this activity today.

  • It was quite interesting for me to see Sahara thinking about emotions

  • and how they can change,

  • and how different information can affect the emotions you feel.

  • Now if you'd like to have a go doing this activity,

  • you can download some infosheets on the Ri website,

  • and don't forget to like and subscribe!

Humans have a range of emotions.

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