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Spreading My Wings


Sometimes a worry in our head can make our body react in a way we don't understand.

It might make us feel angry, make our tummies feel strange, make us want to get away and lots of other things.

It is important for us to recognise when this is happening and to find ways that are much more helpful and positive.


Listen to this story about worries. The main character finds lots of things to worry about but finds ways to get rid of the worry.



Is a Worry Worrying You?

Written by: Ferida Wolff & Harriet May Savitz Illustrated by: Marie Le Tourneau

Have a try at this activity.


Think of one of your thoughts or worries and try to fill in the other boxes.


I have included my example to help you, I still get nervous about going to the dentist.



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