CBT Animals: Activities that Teach about Cognitive Distortions

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Although these activities can be used on their own, they are best when when used with CBT Animals:Stories and Worksheets to Teach Children about Cognitive Distortions

Cognitive distortions can be difficult for adults to understand, so explaining them to children can at times feel impossible. These activities are created to help children (and adults) better understand thinking patterns that can cause them to get stuck. Unlike the stories this includes activities/ worksheet, 52 task cards, coloring sheet prompts for each animal and a fact sheet about each distortion that includes definitions, questions, thoughts about the distortions.

Filtering Fish
Blaming Bird
Toxic Tiger
Wendy the Whale: A Story about Black and White Thinking
Rachel Rabbit Jumps to Conclusions
Terrible News Turtle
Personalization Pricilla
Not My Fault Fabio
Queen Margaret Hen
Should Shark
Labeling Lonnie
Right Richard

Check out the preview and get free examples for Filtering Fish. This coordinates with the freebie for the stories.

Also check out the posters that can be displayed in your office or classroom:
CBT Animal Posters (Cognitive Distortions)
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CBT Animals: Activities that Teach about Cognitive Distortions
CBT Animals: Activities that Teach about Cognitive Distortions
CBT Animals: Activities that Teach about Cognitive Distortions
CBT Animals: Activities that Teach about Cognitive Distortions