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 clas
This includes every product of mine (over 60 pages) that I have created to coincide with the Zones of Regulation curriculum. It is a GROWING bundle so I will add everything I create related to the Zones of Regulation and you do not have to pay any additional money - you will already have access to a
40 scenario cards that ask student(s) to choose what zone (from Zones of Regulation curriculum) they would be in if they were in that situation.Comes with 4 blank templates to make your own based on student need.
Great for whole class, small group, intro activity, counseling session or 1:1!
Included in this bundle is four Zones of Regulation tools I use in my own classroom to help my students learn emotional states and implement regulation tools.
- Zones Tool Card: Tool card has each Zone listed with an emotion as an example paired with tools to get back to the Green Zone,
- What Zo
These four simple social stories are based on the Zones of Regulation. Each social story focuses on one Zone, four feelings, and tools and strategies to use in that Zone. I use these social stories in my self-contained Autism classroom, but these can be used in any elementary setting learning about
This file contains lesson plans and supplemental resources for an 8 week program that introduces the zones of regulation to elementary age children. It focuses on the basics of the zones with fun activities and lessons infused int he program.
The file contains the 8 lesson plans and all suppleme
This packet includes everything you might need to teach and pracice the zones of regulation in your classroom.
-Zones of regulation posters
-Zones of regulation booklet
-3 different types of zones of regulation sorts
-A strategy toolbox for each zone
-Writing activity w
I use this expected vs. unexpected choices sort in my Kindergarten Autism classroom. This activity includes "green zone" and "red zone" choices sorting mats and matching pieces. This sorting activity can be used in a large group, small group, or individually with students. This is a great review ga
This is a bundle with savings to purchase all of my zones of regulation products.
This product includes everything you will need to teach the zones of regulation, give opportunities for students to practice identifying the zones, teach regulating strategies, give students opportunities to practice
I made a second Zones of Regulation because the first one has gotten to be so popular - thank you! This scoot includes:
-30 Scenarios that ask students to decide what zone the person would be in AND what TOOLS they would use to get back to the green zone.
- Student Recording Sheet
This powerpoint, or KeyNote Presentation, teaches students of all ages about the different Zones of Regulation. Zones of Regulation is a program and book written by Leah M. Kuypers. It educates students on the 4 different zones that they can be in. There is blue, which is generally sad and not ready
I created these as a way for students to recognize their feelings and find healthy and safe ways to cope. I have seen great progress in student behavior using these! I cut them out, mount with feelings are on one side and strategies on the other, hole punch the corner and put the 4 cards on a ring.
This simple tool can be laminated and velcro used for students to do a quick Zones Check In at any point during the day. Simple place a small piece of velcro in each space next to the Zone colors, and on the back of the "I feel..." ovals. You can also use the blank ovals to write student names if yo
This Zones of Regulation Interactive Notebook contains foldable, vocabulary wheels, definition tabs, example accordions, zone sort, and calming strategies. Use these foldable for interactive notebooks in a social skills classroom with students with high functioning autism.
Students will learn abou
Included in this product is a bulletin board for the ZONES of Regulation curriculum. The files include "street signs" to describe each zone, a title of the ZONE, and a list of emotions in each ZONE. There is also a document with "ZONES of Regulation" written out in two different fonts and in 5 diffe
This is a set of 26 scenario cards (showing all sets of emotions) aimed to help students identify what Zone each kid in the story is in. This can be used in small group, social skills and whole class instruction. It could be the beginning of a unit, a refresher or a review for students who are alrea
Zones of Regulation Games
This packet contains 5 engaging and fun games to help your students practice the zones of regulation. These games can be played in a small focus group or with the whole class.
-1 zones of regulation board game
-2 zones of regulation scenario games
Use this tool to help kiddos remember their coping skills! This handy visual reminds students of the tools they can use when they are experiencing a variety of emotions. The addition of clip art and photographs makes it perfect for younger students or special needs learners.
This product features
This activity includes a variety of flash cards with questions about expected and unexpected behaviors, feelings in each of the 4 ZONES of regulation, strategies that can be used in each of the 4 ZONES of regulation, and the size of problems using the scale in the ZONES of regulation curriculum. The
This product uses the zones of regulation and emojis to "check in" at the beginning of the day and "check out" at the end of the day. I've also included 7 activities for each zone of regulation to "regulate" and get your students days off to a great start! I've included pictures of how I am using th
Introduce Leah Kuypers' Zones of Regulation to your students with this presentation. This lesson really gets my kids thinking! They learn about what each Zone looks like and feels like, where and when they might be in certain Zones, and begin to consider how to manage themselves in the Zones. Includ
Use this to help students have a visual on the wall to promote independence. I made this for my students to have a simplified version of the (expensive) Zones of Regulation posters after my students didn't have to have their own Zones cards on their desks anymore.
I mounted each page on the corres
- 6 "Zones" Bingo boards
- a master Bingo sheet and
- a separate poster for each zone.
The emotions are pictures or actual children rather than cartoons.
A product I created to support this activity is a set of Zones Cards that include the color, code words, related Inside Out i
This is a fun way to work with students who are learning about the Zones of Regulation (Leah M. Kuypers and Michelle Garcia Winner). Lesson #7 in the Zones of Regulation curriculum explains an additional learning activity after the lesson called "How Do I Feel". The lesson is all about teaching stud
Four cards (four per page) correlating to the Zones of Reg and break choices that coincide with those zones. Student (or teacher especially in beg) help identity what specific feeling they are in and then what tool they will use to help regulate themselves.
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This is an interactive social story for students who need help regulating their emotions. There are "beginner" pages where students cannot choose the "wrong" tool from the toolbox and "advanced" pages where those "wrong" tools are also velcroed options.
*Clip Art courtesy https://www.etsy.com/peop
This resource is an accordion organizer to help students learn about the ZONES of Regulation and the blue, green, yellow, and red zones. Students will identify what situations put them in each zone, what strategies or tools get them out of each zone, and feelings associated with each zone. This is a
The pages in this resource can be used with primary or intermediate students who are learning about the Zones of Regulation. Activities can be used with students in general education, special education resource, or special education self-contained. Some activities can be completed in whole group, s
Introducing and teaching the Zones of Regulation? Have students cut out the behavior pictures, sort, match, and glue to the correct zone!
Perfect for teaching self regulation in special education!
File updated January 7, 2017
This set comes with three different reflection pages that are suitable for all grades and ability levels (K-1, 2-5, Middle - HS).
Each Reflection page asks students to: identify what zone they were in, what the behavior was (why they are filling this form out), where it occurred, if it was expecte
Zones of Regulation, created by Leah M. Kuypers, is a fabulous tool I utilize in my first grade classroom. Her curriculum teaches students to self-regulate their actions and emotions. These posters were made as a reference for students and teachers, based on her curriculum.
This is an interactive sorting game used for SMART notebook on the Promethean board.
Sorting emotions based on Zone
sorting behaviors into red and green zones (words and boardmaker PECS)
sorting things you can control vs. things you can't control into zone of control, as well as into "ca
French Immersion and Core French
Do you use "Zones of Regulation" in your classroom? This resource will assist you with visual extensions in French.
This resource includes 29 colourful meaningful and inspirational quotes and activities for classroom use in French around the theme of self-regulat
A self-regulation tool for students to visually show their feelings.
They can monitor their own emotions and zones and move them quietly to show their teacher(s) their change in emotions.
Based on the Zones of Regulation but in no way affiliated.
I created this activity for my younger students (K-3) who are being introduced to The Zones of Regulation curriculum by Leah M. Kuypers, MA Ed, OTR/L and Michelle Garcia Winner. Included are small toolbox labels that could be used with library pockets to create toolboxes, or use the larger template
2 Different Forms. The first goes over what zone they are in, why, any schedule changes, things they are excited about or things they are worried about for the day.
Second is a week at a glance version with special notes section at the bottom. They come in black and white and colored versions.
French version of Kuypers' Zones of Regulation: Blue, Green, Yellow, Red.
Each zone includes 4 emotions that relate to the zone written in French, as well as an an image of what each emotion looks like.
Use as an interactive attendance board, or as classroom posters.
This resource is a football game activity to help students learn about with ZONES of Regulation curriculum that outlines expected behaviors and unexpected behaviors This is a great resource for school counselors, social workers, occupational therapists, and psychologists who teach the ZONES of Regul
This resource allows students to identify how they are feeling and then choose appropriate strategies. For example, you may ask a student how they are feeling and they say blue or point to the blue box. You could then direct them to pick a strategy from the blue box list, such as go for a walk, read