I saw this creative idea on a website you can try....
A really good way you could try to manage worries at home is by breathing your worries, troubles, or triggers into a balloon!
Keep blowing until all your worries are out!
When you are ready, you can choose to let the worry go and watch it as it gets smaller and smaller into the sky.
You can make some art too to remind yourself of how you can let go of your worries if it gets too much. You can write down how you will manage it and who you might ‘blow’ all your worries out to!
1) Draw yourself
2) Write your worries on a small piece of paper
( KS1 Parents can help write)
3) Place the worries inside of balloons.
4) Blow up the balloons (make sure you use small balloons or blow them up small enough to fit on the picture).
5) Attach or draw strings to the balloons and tape the balloons to the paper as a visual reminder for this new coping skill!