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Childhood anxiety can manifest in different ways, such as irritability, difficulty falling asleep or having bad dreams, angry outbursts, and the avoidance of school or going outside. Kids who've undergone a traumatic experience (such as an accident or family conflict) may develop anxiety.
One of the things you can do as a parent, teacher, counselor, or mental health professional is to help kids express their worries. This worksheet is a therapeutic tool that allows them to convey a situation that's making them anxious and how they feel about it. Furthermore, it encourages them to explore healthy ways to handle anxiety.
If a child is unable to come up with encouraging statements and coping skills, we encourage you to suggest helpful ideas to take inspiration from.