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The materials in this package are adapted from Leah Kuyper’s wonderful book on self-regulation, The Zones of Regulation® (2011), published by Social Thinking Publishing, www.socialthinking.com and used with permission.If you are new to using Zones, I highly recommend implementing it into your classr
This Zones tool box is the perfect way to implement Zones of Regulation in your classroom! This tool box offers a fun and engaging way to teach students about self regulation and help with classroom management. I have heard amazing reviews from this product and it has helped me TREMENDOUSLY in my ow
Zones to Self Regulation book for Behaviour ManagementI've created this self regulation product, making tools individually accessible for my students to use.Each of my kiddos have popped their name on a booklet and use the visuals to remind themselves of the positive behaviour needed, with supports
***This is a revised product 2021*** - If you purchased this previously, DO NOT PURCHASE AGAIN...simply go back to your purchase history and download again. This revised version now includes:1 - French and Spanish version of the wall posters2 - EDITABLE VERSION - you can replace English with any lan
PreK - 6th
I have created a supplemental list of strategies which can be used in conjunction with any program. I have been to dozens of workshops with the term “regulation” in the title, purchase a multitude of books again promising regulation strategies and have watched numerous Webinars and videos. The prob
Teach your class about their emotions!16 feelings matched with an Emoji. Coloured to link with the zones of regulation. 'How Do I Feel?' letters to complete the display. In my classroom I have 4 cups underneath to match - students place their name stick in a cup to show me what colour/zone they are
Lesson plan with posters and printables to learn about Zones of Self-regulation and Feelings using student's voice.There are 3 instructional videos to explain the idea. One video explains self-regulation, the other explains the traffic signal and zones, and the last one explains zones and feelings.T
Teach your students about their emotions and how to regulate them using their favorite characters from Disney/Pixar's Inside Out
PreK - 2nd
A PowerPoint Presentation to show your students the different strategies and to practice them together. This product contains 18 slides with an emphasis on regulating your breathing and stretching. Each slide includes a visual and written description of 15 different regulation strategies.1. Deep Bre
I created this activity to accompany the book, When I Feel Angry (by C.Spelman and N.Cote). Find the book here: https://www.amazon.com/When-Feel-Angry-Way-Books/dp/0807588970/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1488161850&sr=8-1&keywords=when%2Bi%2Bfeel%2Bangry&th=1 I use this activity in both
Students will learn to:•Identify the different zones in activities and pictures•Identify facial expressions that go along with each of the different zones•Identify actions/emotions/feelings that go along with each different zone•Recognize their own actions/emotions when they are in a certain zoneMat
I have a zone of regulation poster (11X17) that matches the story by Mo Willems, Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. While reading the story, we move a cut out paper pigeon into the different zones. *Clip art does not belong to me. I do not take credit for creating them.
What is a Behavioral / EMOTIONAL check-in system?A Behavior Check-In is a super simple process that has positive effects on your students’ social emotional success . It provides students with the chance to take an “emotional inventory” of their day so far and share it with the group (poster included
I have created a supplemental list of strategies which can be used in conjunction with any program. I have been to dozens of workshops with the term “regulation” in the title, purchase a multitude of books again promising regulation strategies and have watched numerous Webinars and videos. The prob
Here is a set of posters to display in your classroom. Include are 4 posters of each zone of regulation. Each poster states the feelings associated with each zone. Each zone includes visuals of different regulation strategies the students can use independently. **************************************
Our student already struggle determining the size of their problem and not only need a reference sheet of what problem is what size, but also a solution to match that problem. This chart allows them to work through their problems by categorizing what size the problems is and listing potential soluti
Digital Resource for Google and printable version! A Zones of Regulation inspired product. A product that allows students to check in with their emotions throughout the day and set a goal for themselves!
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Four fun and bright-colored zones of regulation posters to use for your student in any grade level! The characters are great visuals to help students identify their feelings. This file is an independent product and is not affiliated with, nor has it been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved
This fun activity can be used in a variety of ways. I use it as a classroom lesson to review and assess how well the students understand the 4 different zones of regulation. However, I also feel it can be used to teach emotions, conflict resolution and a variety of other skills. Have fun!
Helpful to display in your classroom to promote awareness and regulation of feelings.
Support self-awareness, develop coping strategies, and reinforce empathy while sparking strong conversations!Teaching your students about the Zones of Regulation is one of the best ways we can support self-awareness and regulation skills! Our emotions are tricky to identify and with this morning pac
Included is an extensive list of strategies and fidgets with a description of how to perform the strategy with pictures for reference. The goal of my extensive list is to give you an idea of different strategies to use to help students gain the skills to regulate their systems and give them more co
A desk chart for each student to reference throughout the day. At the beginning of the day the student selects a breathing strategy and two tools they will use to regulate their emotions for the day. Students can also draw a picture or write their strategy using a 2" x 2" sticky note. During the day
2 booklets per page.This resource is used to support student's self regulation.Can be modified for lower or upper years. Can be used in conjunction with the Zones Toolbox resource from the Zones of Regulation Book.Enjoy!!“This file is an independent product and is not affiliated with, nor has it bee
PreK - 2nd

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