For many of our bilingual youth, expressing emotion is easier acted than articulated. In collaboration with the historic Cameron House in San Francisco's Chinatown, I complied a list of emotive vocabulary that we enacted and matched scenarios to. How would you feel if your grandpa bought you a two-scoop ice cream cone? What if a dog suddenly jumped up a second later and knocked that very same ice cream cone onto the sidewalk? We shot four rolls of film during recess one afternoon, encouraging a flurry of silly reenactments. A week later we studied freshly printed contact sheets and each child responded with bold written explanations. Guiding young people to visually index their felt experiences all at once encourages both emotional intelligence and playful confidence! The results of this summer English language learning unit were shown to excited families in the community and later transformed into a small, neatly contained graphic zine.