Orange Feels Worried Storybook
Orange worries; she can feel it in her tummy. During this story, Orange learns how speaking about her worry can help her manage and overcome this feeling. In the classroom, orange is painting but she is still feeling worried and is not sure how to make this feeling go away.
At the end of the story, orange learned to share her worry with Mummy and now feels much better.
This Story and many other titles can be viewed in animation and read-to-me format via the RainbowSmart app!
We created RainbowSmart with parents and carers in mind. They aim to support you in communicating with your child to help them understand more about the world around them. Each story seeks to help them with different scenarios they may face as they grow.
Throughout the series of 40 storybooks, your child will learn how to manage separation anxiety and handle jealousy over a new sibling. Often children thrive when we can address minor issues as they happen, which helps them seek support as they grow.
In the stories, the characters often need support with their feelings and emotions and will receive help along the way. Equip your child with skills readily transferable to real-life situations. The best time to support your children to self-regulate is early years. You can nurture these qualities with our book series, recommended for children aged 3 to 7. These books cover feelings and emotions in the most lovable manner.
You can view this story and many other titles in animation and read-to-me format through the RainbowSmart app. You can download our app for free and access content immediately.
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Our award-winning series of social stories supports children’s personal development and increases their world knowledge. Take your children on a journey to learn more about staying safe, keeping healthy, being responsible, and so much more.
For example, if you are taking your child on an outing, you may wish to explore Blue Gets Lost or Purple, the Passenger.
Please support your child to self-regulate, be kind, have positive relationships, and much more as they grow.