Anxiety thermometer

This anxiety thermometer will help children to scale their worries.

Children can get anxious for lots of reasons. It can be helpful to scale their worries from small to large. This can help to work through the worries and sort out a plan on how to deal with them.

The worksheet is simply a way to think about situations that might make us feel calm and then all the way up to anxious.

The thermometer can then be used when you think your child might be feeling worried. Can they tell you how big the worry is to them. Show them the thermometer and ask them to mark off a number. If you can laminate them and use a dry wipe pen they can be used many times.

Download: Anxiety thermometer


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