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Worry Bugs an educational activity about worry

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Ages: 5 - 10
Devices: Tablet or Desktop
Topics: Worry, Anxiety
Description

Worry Bugs are a fun, colorful, and engaging way to teach children about worry and anxiety. Children will choose one of fifteen unique bugs, name them, and then complete games and activities related to worry. Each activity has a psychoeducation component that teaches general knowledge, triggers, warning signs, coping skills, and more.

After completing each activity, visit the review section to print a colorful summary worksheet of the information, and your client's responses to questions.

Suggested Uses

Education: Introduce children to the topic of worry by covering the basics. What is worry? Is it normal to worry? How can I worry less? These questions, and more, are answered throughout the activity.

Coping Skills: Let your clients choose their favorite coping and relaxation skills from a series of coping cards, or let them create their own. Then, in the review section, print a sheet of their favorite cards for practice.

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