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      Everyone worries. While adults have learned skills to handle them, kids have not. Kids worry when they are afraid or unfamiliar with a situation and do not realize that all they have to do is write it down and get rid of it.               Different worries are prevalent at different stages of a child’s development. The Worry Jar will help kids learn a skill to deal with anxieties. Further, it will help kids identify their fears by writing them down. Figure what is causing them.

      The words “Worries, worries, in the jar” become a mantra that reminds kids to let go of the worry. Following those words with positive self-talk, “I can do this,” creates positive self-esteem.