Master your Monsters Anxiety booklet – Item 423

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This is an anxiety booklet to help children understand their anxiety and find ways to cope with it.

There are 30 pages in the booklet which covers scaling, fight/flight, vocabulary, the worry tree, real worries as opposed to hypothetical worries, worry plans, breathing techniques, mindfulness, coping strategies, negative thinking, self talk and much more.

There are pages for pupils to show what they have learnt so far and there is a quiz at the end of the booklet. There is also a diary to take away to log any worries. This is offered in two different ways to cater for different needs. It also has a monster scale and some mandala colouring sheets.

This booklet is suitable for KS2 upwards. For KS1 please look at our Worry Wobbles workbook


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