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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
Take your upper elementary science curriculum to the stratosphere with 22 exciting weather activities your young meteorologists are sure to love. Your third, fourth, fifth, and even sixth graders will have a blast learning about the weather using hands-on activities, games, and DIY weather tools. Th
Want to stay connected to how your students are feeling despite the distance?Want them to still be able to check-in on the mood meter even though they're not in the classroom?With these google slide mood meters you can do just that!Social emotional learning doesn't have to stop because we are miles
** Best Seller!** 25 Pages Just Added!**Included in this bundle that compliments Zones of Regulation teaching that is taking place in classrooms around the country:1. Poster that shows four zones and emotions someone in that zone might feel. Also included are actions that might happen while in that
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
***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
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Help your students foster self-regulation & emotional control! Paired with Inside Out characters for easy understanding!
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
Print and post this in your classroom so students can pick a tool in each zone that works best for them. You can also use this to print and give to your students as a resource.
Implementing Zones of Regulation in your classroom helps students identify how they are feeling and helps them gain skills in the area of self-regulation. This resource is designed to help students recognize when they are in a certain zone and gain an increased vocabulary of emotional terms associat
This lesson focuses on teaching students to become aware of how to regulate their emotions. The emotional states included are the blue zone, green zone, yellow zone, and red zone. For use with Grades K-1.INCLUDED IN THIS COMPRESSED FILE:►"Paint the Zones" Activity (PDF File)►Lesson Plan (Word Doc) a
This toolbox for students works with a simple paperclip and can be put onto students tables/desks. Check out the video to see how it works!
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Teach your students about their emotions and how to regulate them using their favorite characters from Disney/Pixar's Inside Out
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PreK - 2nd
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
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
This chart is a visual reminder for learners familiar with the Zones of Regulation of coping skills they have learned and can utilize when they are feeling overwhelmed.
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
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. **************************************
UPDATED TOOLSThis product is to help students to self manage in using their coping tools. You will need to laminate and apply velcro in each blank box. Reminder: Not all tools work for for the same students; just like yourself, you use different coping tools compare to your peers. In each box app
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
Lesson PlanPrint posters to discuss and teach about Zones of Self - regulation, and FeelingsThere are 2 videos. One video explains about self-regulation and the other explains the zones and feelings.These ideas will help you teach these topics effortlessly.
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

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