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Early Years Anxiety Pack

$232.95 inc GST $211.77 ex GST

All children occasionally experience some fear or anxiety, especially when they face challenging tasks, unfamiliar people (stranger anxiety), social situations (social anxiety) or when they are separated from their main caregiver (separation anxiety). When children with anxiety see their strengths, they can feel so much bigger than their anxiety. This pack explains anxiety to children and gives parents and caregiver suggestions on how to overcome it.

The Early Years Anxiety Pack includes:

The Nervous Knight A Story About Overcoming Worries and Anxiety

Hey Awesome A book about anxiety, courage, and being already awesome

What to Do When You Don’t Want to Be Apart A Kid’s Guide to Overcoming Separation Anxiety

What To Do When You Feel Too Shy A Kid’s Guide to Overcoming Social Anxiety

Binnie the Baboon Anxiety and Stress Activity Book: A Therapeutic Story with Creative and CBT Activities To Help Children Aged 5-10 Who Worry

Visiting Feelings

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Product overview

All children occasionally experience some fear or anxiety, especially when they face challenging tasks, unfamiliar people (stranger anxiety), social situations (social anxiety) or when they are separated from their main caregiver (separation anxiety). When children with anxiety see their strengths, they can feel so much bigger than their anxiety. This pack explains anxiety to children and gives parents and caregiver suggestions on how to overcome it.

The Early Years Anxiety Pack includes:

The Nervous Knight A Story About Overcoming Worries and Anxiety – The nervous knight never likes to take their armour off – what if something bad happens?! All they can think about is what could go wrong. But thankfully, with some help from friends, they learn to overcome this feeling. This picture books explains anxiety to children and contains a guide for parents that gives suggestions on how to overcome it.

Hey Awesome A book about anxiety, courage, and being already awesome – If kids with anxiety could see their strengths, they would feel so much bigger than their anxiety. They would feel bigger than everything – as though a tiny, tip-toed stretch could have them touching the top of the world from where they are. This book is a reminder for all kids that everything they need to be brave, strong and brilliant is already in them.

What to Do When You Don’t Want to Be Apart A Kid’s Guide to Overcoming Separation Anxiety – Hot air balloon pilots have wonderful adventures, where they get to see things they have never seen before and learn all about the world outside. Flying a hot air balloon sounds like a lot of fun to some kids. But for other kids, the idea of flying off on their own, away from their parents or homes, doesn’t sound like fun at all. If you feel scared when you do something alone or away from your parents, this book is for you! The latest addition to the popluar What-to-Do Guides for Kids series addresses separation anxiety, a common developmental phase. This workbook introduces kids and parents to cognitive-behavioural therapy-based strategies that can help them understand and cope with any type of separation anxiety. Like the other books in this series, it includes activities designed to change kids’ perspectives on being separated and includes an introduction for parents and caregivers about how to most successfully use the book.

What To Do When You Feel Too Shy A Kid’s Guide to Overcoming Social Anxiety – Circus clowns perform tricks and make us laugh. They wear bright colours, big shoes, and all kinds of wigs and colourful hats. Have you noticed that they seem to like people looking at them and laughing at them? Lots of kids feel shy when they feel that other people notice them. But some kids get super uncomfortable being in the spotlight. Does this sound like you? If you feel too shy or nervous too often, or if you miss out on cool activities and fun because you worry about what other people might think about you, this book is for you! What to Do When You Feel Too Shy guides children and their parents through the emotions underlying social anxiety using strategies and techniques based on cognitive-behavioral principles. This interactive self-help book is the complete resource for educating, motivating, and empowering children to overcome social anxiety – so they can join in the circus of fun and friends!

Binnie the Baboon Anxiety and Stress Activity Book: A Therapeutic Story with Creative and CBT Activities To Help Children Aged 5-10 Who Worry – Binnie is a creative and energetic baboon, who bounces around the lush green mountains of Rwanda in East Africa. But like many of us, Binnie often feels worried and stressed, and these worries can get in her way! What if she gets lost in the jungle, or her family gets sick? What if no one likes her? Sometimes she even worries about the fact she’s worried; and if she isn’t worried, well why not?! This activity book has been developed by expert child psychologist Dr Karen Treisman. The first part of the book is a colourful illustrated therapeutic story about Binnie the Baboon, with a focus on worry and anxiety. This is followed by a wealth of creative activities and photocopiable worksheets for children to explore issues relating to anxiety, worry, fears, and stress, and how to find ways to understand and overcome them. The final section of the book is full of advice and practical strategies for parents, carers, and professionals on how to help children aged 5-10 to start to understand why they experience feelings of anxiety, and what they can do to help reduce and navigate it.

Visiting Feelings – Do you have a feeling that’s visiting today? Can you open your door and invite it to play? Visiting Feelings encourages children to treat their feelings like guests – welcome them in, get to know them, and perhaps learn why they are visiting. Through this purposeful and mindful exploration, Visiting Feelings harnesses a young child’s innate capacity to fully experience the present moment and invites children to sense, explore, and befriend all of their feelings with acceptance and equanimity. A Note to Parents provides more information about emotional awareness and mindfulness, plus practical advice and activities for introducing mindfulness into daily family routine.