The unworry book
The unworry book
This inspiring write-in book is an unworry toolkit, full of things to calm you down and places to put your worries - and we all worry! Activities include creating a worry box, making a mood grid and mindfulness activities such as colouring, doodling and mazes. Written with the help of a psychologist, there are links to websites for tips, advice and support too.
“A tool book to explore how to live with our worries.”
Key Stage: KS2/3 PHSE; Age 9+
240 x 188mm
Illustrator: Stephen Moncrieff
Alice James joined Usborne in 2015, after several years of working in primary schools. She absolutely loves science, and over the years has lived with chimps, spent a month in the rainforest, studied Biology at Oxford University, and grown 200 carnivorous plants (not necessarily in that order). Whilst at Usborne Alice has worked on books on all kinds of science topics, from space to energy to the periodic table.
This is the perfect stress-relief book to help with ways to stop worrying. With activities, and stress-busting tips, this book will help you scrunch up your stress and let go of your worries.
WRD About Books
A magic box of tricks with both write-in and mind activities that calm, reassure and relax children whose worries may be big or small.
Lancashire Evening Post
Worrying is natural and not a bad thing in itself, but extreme worry takes its toll, so this unworry toolkit is topical and valuable. [...] The presentation is colourful, informal and engaging and there are many novel ideas, with plenty for everyone to benefit from.
Parents in Touch
The Unworry book is an absolute hit!! Im working in the SEND department in a mainstream secondary school. I've tried loads of different books and tasks, took a chance on this one after a few others weren't so good and both our staff and kids love it! The activities are great and the fact it incorporates science really has the children engaged and helped. I use it with my 1-1 lad with autism and another 1-1 girl with confidence issues, they both love it! It is fun, engaging, relevant to their needs. Thank you!
Georgina, 7th May 2020