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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
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 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
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
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!
I have created the following Word Search and Crossword Puzzle for physical responses invoked by the feelings of Happy, Mad, Sad and Worry. Your students will be able to use the word banks to find and circle each word and fill in the crossword puzzles. It will help start conversations of how a stud
Here is a list for older students to reference when determining what strategy will get them out of each area or keep them in the Ready to Learn(green) area.**************************************************************************************Consider my other products to support you and your class i
For your older students or students who are more familiar with each strategy consider this poster with each zone and the suggested strategies in written form. **************************************************************************************For Visuals to support this extensive list of strategie
I have created the following Word Search and Crossword Puzzle for other words for Happy, Mad, Sad and Worry. Your students will be able to use the word banks to find and circle each word and fill in the crossword puzzles. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feelin
I have created the following Fill in the Blank for physical responses to the feelings of Happy, Mad, Sad and Worry. Your students will be able to use the word banks to fill in the blanks. This helps start the conversation of understanding the physical responses our bodies have to different emotion
This activity can be used after students are introduced to the concept of the "ZONES of Regulation Tool Box!" There are pages with both color and black-and-white, so you can choose whether to make it a coloring activity, or just a drawing/writing activity. Depending on their developmental level, stu
I have created the following Word Search for other words for Happy, Mad, Sad and Worry. Your students will be able to use the word banks to find and circle each word. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feelings and widening their vocabulary. Students are frequent
I have created the following Word Search physical responses invoked by the feelings of Happy, Mad, Sad and Worry. Your students will be able to use the word banks to find and circle each word. It will help start conversations of how a student body physically responds to the feelings they have. The
I have created the following Crossword Puzzles for physical responses invoked by the feelings of Happy, Mad, Sad and Worry. Your students will be able to use the word banks to find and fill in the crossword puzzles. It will help start conversations of how a student body physically responds to the
I have created the following Crossword Puzzles for other words for Happy, Mad, Sad and Worry. Your students will be able to use the word banks to fill in the crossword puzzles. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feelings and widening their vocabulary. Students ar
A visual way to teach facial expressions and the Zones of Regulation to students with Autism. The thumbnail that TpT uploads shows that the handout is in a funky layout. Once downloaded, it is correctly set up.
I have created the following Fill in the Blank for other words for Happy, Mad, Sad and Worry. Your students will be able to use the word banks to fill in the blanks. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feelings and widening their vocabulary. Students are frequentl
I have created the following Word Search for other words for Happy. Your students will be able to use the word bank to find and circle each word for happy. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feeling of happy and widening their vocabulary. Students are frequently
I have created the following Word Search for other words for Worry. Your students will be able to use the word bank to find and circle each word for worry. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feeling of worry and widening their vocabulary. Students are frequently
I have created the following Word Search and Crossword Puzzle for other words for Worry. Your students will be able to use the word bank to find and circle each word for worry and fill in the crossword puzzle. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feeling of worry a
I have created the following Word Search for other words for Mad. Your students will be able to use the word bank to find and circle each word for mad. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feeling of mad and widening their vocabulary. Students are frequently resist
I have created the following Word Search and Crossword Puzzle for other words for Sad. Your students will be able to use the word bank to find and circle each word for sad and fill in the crossword puzzle. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feeling of sad and wid
I have created the following Word Search and Crossword Puzzle for other words for Happy. Your students will be able to use the word bank to find and circle each word for happy and fill in the crossword puzzle. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feeling of happy a
I have created the following crossword puzzle for other words for Mad. Your students will be able to use the word bank to find and complete each. This helps start the conversation of understanding other words for the feeling of mad and widening their vocabulary. Students are frequently resistant to

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