Thinking Errors PRINTABLE Resource Pack
A cognitive distortion educational resource pack for kids and teens!
Negative Thinking, Positive Thinking, Anxiety, Self Regulation, Self Esteem, Resilience
What is the Thinking Errors Resource Pack?
This printable resource pack is a set of tools that you can use at home to help educate your child on cognitive distortions. We all experience thinking errors but learning to identify them and challenge them can help improve resilience and overall wellbeing. We believe, here at Ink and Scribbles, that by educating young people about the mind in an accessible, child friendly way, we can lay the foundations of emotional and mental health.
How will this printable help my child?
This downloadable pack will help you teach your child about common cognitive distortions and biases that lead to negative thinking patterns and challenging emotions.
The printable pack provides child friendly explanations and worksheets to support your child to identify their thinking errors and reframe them.
The pack includes:
- Introduction page for adults
- Information poster detailing the most common cognitive distortions
- 10 Cognitive Distortions Cards with examples and explanation of how negative thinking patterns can make you feel.
- 'Which Thinking Error?' Worksheet with child friendly language to help identify thinking errors with ease
- 'Escaping the Thinking Trap' worksheet to nurture emotional intelligence by developing self awareness and resilience skills
What age range does this printable suit?
It's ideally suited to 8/9 - 16 year old children.
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We suggest children use this resource with a supportive adult, particularly younger children.
This resource is a supportive resource only and does not replace the advice of a medical professional. If you have any specific questions or concerns about mental health you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider