**If you purchased my STRESS DEMOLITION
curriculum with 15 lessons, please don't purchase these lessons - you already own them!
This resource will help students understand how stress, worrying, and anxiety all fit together. Students will be able to identify their own stressors, recognize how stress levels vary in size and intensity, and see how everyone has different stressors that can lead to different levels of stress.
This resource includes two group session lesson plans from my comprehensive stress and anxiety curriculum—STRESS DEMOLITION
. Lessons include objectives, materials, scripted discussion, and processing and reflection questions and can also be used for individual student counseling. These lessons are appropriate for students as young as grade 3 up to grade 7.
*Since they will be used separately from the full curriculum, these lessons are intended to supplement your own stress/anxiety lessons or programs.
To learn the definition of stress and its relation to anxiety
To learn about some common stressors and identify own stressors
To recognize that stress comes in different sizes and can increase or decrease
To recognize that everyone has different stressors that can lead to different levels of stress
If you like this resource, you might also like these other lessons from the full curriculum:
Negative vs Positive Thoughts-It's a Choice!
Wall of Worries vs Wrecking Ball of Positive Thoughts
Inspecting, Challenging, and Replacing Negative Thoughts
Building 7 Coping Strategies
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CURRICULUM WITH ALL 15 LESSONS! This product is sold separately at my store, which includes two additional coping strategies booklet cards and a “Congratulations” certificate as a BONUS!
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