As a parent, it can be so hard to watch our children be afraid of something and not know how to help them. Whether they are falling apart over going to bed alone, terrified of the dark, scared of monsters, spiders, bugs or other creepy crawlies, or have anxiety that is making it hard for them to function at school, at home, or with their friends, finding tools that will really help them can be challenging. The Little Brave Guide to being afraid walks kids through 10 creative, fun, and effective activities and projects that will help them learn coping skills so that they will be able to calm down, be less afraid, and function better anytime they feel anxiety or fear. This workbook is designed for elementary-aged children and can be done independently or with an adult. *** This is a digital workbook that you will be able to download, print, and use immediately upon purchase – no physical product will be mailed. ***
The Little Brave Guide to Being Afraid
10 fun and effective activities, crafts and exercises designed to help your child work through and get rid of their fears.
This workbook-style journal is written for children aged 6 – 11 and designed to be used independently or with an adult.
Please note, this is a digital workbook. Download, print and use immediately for a calmer, less fearful night tonight!