A little Spot of Anxiety worksheet

On this page, we will provide you with a little spot of anxiety worksheet that will hopefully help you regulate anxiety better.

What is a Little Spot of Anxiety worksheet about?

What is anxiety

It is a feeling of unease or fear that can affect behaviour and cause dysfunctions (difficulties) at school, home or social life.

A little spot of anxiety Worksheet is derived from the book A Little Spot of Anxiety by Diane Alber. The worksheet is created with school-going children in mind, to assist them in understanding how anxiety affects us and our body and finally provides an exercise which you can practise to help you manage your anxiety better. 

How will A Little Spot of Anxiety worksheet help?

The little spot of anxiety worksheet will help you identify the triggers (sight, smell or sound that causes distress) to your anxiety and the spots that make you anxious, then try to control and calm yourself. The activities included in this worksheet will assist you in imagining the situation and how to calm yourself so that you can handle anxiety in reality.

Instructions on how to use A Little Spot of Anxiety worksheet

To use the worksheet: 

  • Write ‌what triggers (sight, smell or sound that causes distress) your anxiety, then what thoughts cross the mind that gives you anxiety. 
  • The anxious thoughts will be your grey spots that may make you fearful, sad or worried. 

The purpose of this exercise is to move the grey spots from the tips of your finger to the green spot also known as the calm spot which is located in the middle of your palm and blow the anxiety away once the green spot is full of anxiety thoughts. 

You can download this worksheet here.

Conclusion.

On this page, we provided you with a little spot of anxiety worksheet, which we hope helped you to regulate your anxiety better.

If you have any questions or comments, please let us know.

Citations

Children’s Bureau. (December14, 2020). How to explain anxiety to kids. Children’s Bureau. Retrieved from: Explaining Anxiety to Kids | Children’s Bureau 

Photo by Suzy Hazelwood.

What was missing from this post which could have made it better?

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *