Social Skill: Anxiety: Body cues What my body feels like when worried

Social Skill: Anxiety: Body cues What my body feels like w
Social Skill: Anxiety: Body cues What my body feels like w
Social Skill: Anxiety: Body cues What my body feels like w
Social Skill: Anxiety: Body cues What my body feels like w
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Teaching children about anxiety prevention can be tough. One of the first steps is to get children to understand how their bodies feel when anxious or worried. Self-awareness is hard for young children so this social stories visually depicts the most common body cues- including behaviors such as nervous laugh, get angry, get silly, put head down. Being able to identify anxious body cues signals when to use a calming strategy. Preventing the anxiety from increasing is key to feeling better. Great for kids with anxiety issues or children on the autism spectrum.
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Social Skill: Anxiety: Body cues What my body feels like w
Social Skill: Anxiety: Body cues What my body feels like w
Social Skill: Anxiety: Body cues What my body feels like w
Social Skill: Anxiety: Body cues What my body feels like w
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