Wishes and Worries

Wishes and Worries Dan is always listening for the sounds of danger He is listening so hard that sometimes he doesn t hear the people around him His Mum and his teacher wish he would pay attention If only they knew how

  • Title: Wishes and Worries
  • Author: Sarina Dickson
  • ISBN: 9780473319267
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dan is always listening for the sounds of danger He is listening so hard that sometimes he doesn t hear the people around him His Mum and his teacher wish he would pay attention If only they knew how hard Dan was trying and how much he wished his worries would vanish.This book is designed to be read aloud in the classroom, and then used in conjunction with the exercisesDan is always listening for the sounds of danger He is listening so hard that sometimes he doesn t hear the people around him His Mum and his teacher wish he would pay attention If only they knew how hard Dan was trying and how much he wished his worries would vanish.This book is designed to be read aloud in the classroom, and then used in conjunction with the exercises included to address mild to moderate anxiety in children The exercises, aligned with the National Curriculum, will help children identify their worries, find ways to talk about them, and provide strategies for managing them This is part one of a two part resource Part two is a home based book consisting of another story and exercises for the child s family to work through The whole resource is founded on principles of cognitive behavioural and narrative therapy and uses home school scaffolding to support change.

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    1. Dan is anxious and always listening for the sounds of danger. Sometimes he's listening so hard he can't hear the people around him. One day Dan discovers a special place where he can recycle his worries and let them go. Includes notes for teachers at the back.This book just didn't work for me or Miss 2. We picked this up from the library out of the picture book section an although I can see the concepts it was aiming for, I didn't think it did a great job of achieving them. Looking at the descri [...]

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