It offers creative strategies for parents and teachers to use that can lessen the severity of anxiety. Wilma Jean, the Worry Machine" Activity and Idea Book"Wilma Jean, the Worry Machine" - min.The goal of the book is to give children the tools needed to feel more in control of their anxiety. Read Aloud Video“Wilma Jean and the Worry Machine” by Julia Cook Multiple activities for use with the book about worrying ALL AGES: 11 Detective Riddles for a Keen Eye - min.Teaching through problem-solving engages the learners by means of questions, problems, tasks, and reflective thinking. It is considered to be the number one health problem in America.These promote intellectual conversations which lead to hearing varied perspectives for resolving a situation or investigating an idea. Although quite common, anxiety disorders in children are often misdiagnosed and overlooked.Everyone feels fear, worry and apprehension from time to time, but when these feelings prevent a person from doing what he/she wants and/or needs to do, anxiety becomes a disability.This fun and humorous book addresses the problem of anxiety in a way that relates to children of all ages.The students immediately thought of using rulers for the tracks.They worked together to adjust the distance setting in the app on their tablets of where the robot would stop and turn to the right.
Nothing was off-limits, if it supported their imagined story problems.
When the programming didn't work the way they wanted, they persisted and figured out what to change regarding speed, direction, and other forces and motions. The props attached to the robots morphed into whatever matched the students' stories.
They split into two teams that programmed the two robots separately to interact within the larger storyline.
Exhausted, the pair rest in a piece of wood, only to be discovered by the palace carpenter, who knows that holes can be really useful—especially when you are making beautiful musical instruments."Wilma Jean, the Worry Machine" by Julia Cook (Grades 2-5)Anxiety is a subjective sense of worry, apprehension, and/or fear.
But the Holes cause havoc wherever they go—no one wants holes in their underwear, bike tire, or boat!