What Makes Me Anxious - Students 2
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Directions: It is important to understand the signs your body gives that help you know you are getting anxious. Circle the signs below that help you know you are becoming anxious.
Some signs you may be getting anxious could be:
|You may be agitated||You may avoid others|
|You may become restless||You may cry|
|You may be unable to focus||You may not want to go to school|
|You may have trouble falling asleep||You may be fearful of being alone|
|You may be picking your skin||You may be biting your nails|
Directions: Think about what causes you to be fearful or worried. An example is a big test. Rate how anxious each situation causes you to feel; 5 being very anxious, with 1 being slightly anxious.
Directions: Coping skills are strategies we use to help calm down. Look at the coping skills on Student Activity Sheet C. Which ones help you calm down when you are becoming anxious? Cut out the ones that help you the most. Put them in a place where you can use them when you start to feel anxious. You can create your own cards/strategies if you would like.
Examples: tape on students’ desk, wear them on a lanyard
Student Activity Sheet C can be found at https://www.silassolutions.com/files/Silas/Lessons/52.pdf .
Directions: Think about the script read/played for the class and complete the questions below.
Directions: In the scripts below, circle in purple two nouns that name a person and one noun that names a place. Circle in red two verbs.
A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea.
A verb names describe an action, a state, or an occurrence.