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The Worry Waterfall - Poster

Free | 1 page|Grades: 2 - Lower - 6

A poster to help students deal effectively with worrying thoughts. This teaching resource is an essential learning tool for social and emotional development.

Use this teaching resource in the classroom to help students deal effectively with worrying thoughts and problems. The Worry Waterfall encourages students to recognise worries that they can and can not control. And guides them through a step-by-step process of decision making and of taking action.

How to use The Worry Waterfall:

  1. Introduce The Worry Waterfall through class discussion.
  2. Model how to follow the steps.
  3. Provide examples of every day worries. Encourage students to practise following the steps.
  4. Display the poster in your classroom and refer to it when necessary.

For more teaching resources to help students reference and strategise common everyday human emotions head to our Emotions Collection.

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Gill Barber

Wonderful resource- many thanks!

Gill Barber · Jul 23rd, 2021


Hi, Gill! Thanks so much for your beautiful feedback! We’re so glad you love the Worry Waterfall!

Bronwyn · Jul 26th, 2021

Claire Blower

Super – thanks!

Claire Blower · Jul 6th, 2020

Paul (Teach Starter)

You’re most welcome, Claire!

Paul (Teach Starter) · Jul 7th, 2020

Justine Cownie

This is lovely. Thank you.

Justine Cownie · May 28th, 2020

Paul (Teach Starter)

You’re most welcome, Justine!

Paul (Teach Starter) · Jun 1st, 2020

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