This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson introduces early elementary school students to simple methods of managing worries. Students meet Worry Mammoth, a student with a case of the "what-ifs"! Students practice bubble breathing, identifying good parts of their days, and create a worry egg.
Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment), story in 3 forms (printable PDF, PowerPoint, or mp4), visual aids, talking stick printable, 2 options for student handout, bubble breathing visual, and objectives assessment checklist.Save with Bundled Units!
This lesson can also be found in the Dinosaur-Themed Classroom Guidance Lesson Unit
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