Fears and Phobias Worksheets To Print:
Common Phobias - The word comes from the Greek term phobos, meaning fear or
extra horror. A phobia is an irrational fear of something that probably is not actually going to hurt you.
What Are The Types? - According to the Diagnostic and Statistical
Manual (DSM), there are five general categories of phobias. Analyze all of the the fears that are presented and classify them under this hiearchy.
What Is Their Aliment? - Look at each of the picture and pick the best that matches based on your understanding.
Column Madness - Look at what is presented to you and classify it as needed.
Matching - Match the two colums to the best of your ability. If you are stumped grab a search engine.
Sentence Fills - Use all the terms that are in front of you to complete all of these sentences.
Drawing Definitions - Define each box by drawing a
picture of what people suffering from each term that is fully described.
1,000 Words - If that is how many words are equal to each picture, you have your hands full here.
Name It! - You are not given any prompts. This worksheet may require an extra bit of research.
Crazy Research - Research to find the official name of each of these well documented phobias.
Shape for Meaning - Take your your time and pick between the two choices that are presented.
What Am I Afraid Of? - Take your time and put your inner artist into the effort that may be needed to portray these described phobias.
Where Do I Stand? - What makes you the most uncomfortable?
Rank each item from 1 (least uncomfortable) to 10 (most uncomfortable).
Then research to find the technical term (ending in “phobia) for each
fear. Write it on the line.
Callouts - This is something that you may want to present to your students after a basic introduction.