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All in all, a heartwarming story which helps children to understand why they sometimes feel like they have a butterfly in their tummy, which would be suitable for children in EYFS and Key Stage 1.
Through the loveable dinosaur character, the Worrysaurus, this story explores how children's anxieties and worries can spiral and also some of the coping mechanisms and mindfulness strategies that they can use to deal with them. We see how the Worrysaurus likes to prepare for situations and how he feels when he is no longer in control.But it is not long before the overthinking gets out of control and a suggestion from a similarly nervous lizard feeds his anxieties just as children can do to each other.
It will work well for this purpose with children in Key Stage One and Two making it a very useful purchase indeed. Die Reimform war beim Vorlesen doch etwas gewöhnungsbedürftig und die Geschichte war an manchen Stellen für meinen Geschmack nicht ganz rund (z.
I think this book would support a PSHE lesson really well and each child could come up with their own bag of worries.
I can imagine children writing their fears on a butterfly, maybe one side fear and one side a positive or technique to deal with it, which can be displayed or released into the air (elastic band trick). The colours in the book are bright and welcoming with the worries in a pale blue colour, this can help children to understand that the worry isn’t real and they can make it go away.She collects alphabets and hats and has a Nissan Figaro car which everyone says looks like a matchbox toy.