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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Looking at Phobias Robbin Koenig said from the last part: “anxiety is something that I have often seen in my early childhood classroom.  Separation anxiety is the first one that I observe at the beginning of the school year.  I developed a teaching unit on monsters to help young children relieve some of their insecurities.” Continue Reading

Recognizing Signs of Anxiety: Even though childhood fears change with age, they will still include the fear of strangers, heights, darkness, animals, blood, insects and being left alone. Usually, an unpleasant experience can lead to a fear such as a cat stratching or a dog bite or a simple accident. If anxious feelings continue, they can Continue Reading

Introduction to Anxieties and Fears: We as teachers and parents try hard to teach our children to be fearful and cautious of specific dangers like fire, touching the hot stove or crossing the road.  These kind of things are ways to protect and warn the child from harm.  However, children can be fearful of situations Continue Reading