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***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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PreK - 6th
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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
Teach your students about their emotions and how to regulate them using their favorite characters from Disney/Pixar's Inside Out
Grades:
PreK - 2nd
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.
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
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. **************************************
Helpful to display in your classroom to promote awareness and regulation of feelings.
This super easy-to-use, small poster set is perfect for your students to point out which zone they are in as they walk through your door or in your calming zone. Included is also a simple guideline poster for your students to reference each time they visit the class calming zone.Please remember that
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Not Grade Specific
The Zones of Regulation framework and curriculum (Kuypers, 2011) teaches students scaffolded skills toward developing a metacognitive pathway to build awareness of their feelings/internal state and utilize a variety of tools and strategies for regulation, prosocial skills, self-care, and overall wel
The Zones of Regulation give kids a common language when describing their own emotions and the emotions of others. This useful tool lets kids identify their moods, articulate their feelings, and improve self regulated behavior. Traveler Scout's Zones of Regulation Printable Poster Kit is sized to fi
Zones are green, yellow, blue, and red all using the characters from inside out.I use these posters in my room as a way for students to check in each morning on how they are feeling. They move their clothespin with their number on it each morning as a way to let me know how they are feeling at the
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K - 5th
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This package includes four posters to illustrate each zone of regulation and how to help students regulate and return to the green zone (baseline). It also includes a printable feelings page where students can draw how they are feeling to help teachers process their emotions, helping them to regulat
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
Help your child understand their emotions with this illustrated poster! Decorate a wall in your little one's nursery, bedroom, or playroom with this educational print, or laminate for a hands-on tool to encourage learning everyday. Download, print, and trim your art within minutes or send it to your
Download, print, and trim your art within minutes or send it to your local print shop.Final quality depends on the printing device, paper, and ink used. Colors may vary slightly due to monitor color settings and print quality.+ This digital print is for personal use only, and is NOT to be resold, po
Kids (and adults) have BIG feelings and sometimes it's hard to explain exactly where we're at. This includes four fun and colorful posters, ready to print and hang. 8.5x11 size. 2 versions are included in the PDF - Version 1 titled "Level _____"- Version 2 titled "_____ Zone"Each of the 4 colors - G
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Here is an editable quick set of poster to either hand write on or type in your classes feelings and what regulation strategies you have available in your classroom. It is a power point document to allow you to add text to the title, the feelings and the strategies as your class review the curriculu
Zones of Self Regulation Posters and FlipbookThis product is something I use in my classroom to help my students self-regulate their emotions. Included in this product is:self regulation posters for each "zone" - blue, green, yellow & red on thier ownSelf regulation poster with all "zones" on it
6 Classroom Zones of Self Regulation PostersIndividual Student Cards
Grades:
K - 5th
Teach feelings signs while assisting children to identify their zones of regulation.
Here are 5 posters for zones of regulation. These can be printed out for students to TAP as they enter the gym, or WALK over. This is a great way to see how students are feeling upon entering your classroom and this can be used as they leave as well. You will get the followingSingle files of:RED Z
Grades:
K - 8th
Here is an editable quick set of poster to either hand write on or type in your classes regulation strategies you have available in your classroom to go with each set of feelings described.**************************************************************************************Consider my other produc
zones posters
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Not Grade Specific
This is just a simple little poster that I made to remind our friends how much they are loved no matter how they are feeling. I used the die cutter at school of an open hand and made the "I love you" hand shape (ASL). I put the hands and a heart with this header and created a little display for the

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