Worry Activity: Worry Story & Activity for School Counseling

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66 Ratings
Counselor Keri
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1st - 4th
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15 pages
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A great discussion starter about worry with kindergarten and first grade students. Very simple and fun way to teach them about letting go of your worries.
This was a great resource to use with a small group in our McKinney-Vento student program. Thank you!


Worry Activity: Meet the Worry Whale - a kind and gentle creature who will share your burden when you are feeling worried! This resource includes a PPT story and printable PDF story that describes worry & 3 strategies for managing worry in the moment and introduces the worry whale. Students can write their worries on a fish and feed them to the worry whale! This is great for the school counseling office or a calm down corner in the classroom.

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