Use these activities as an adjunct to self regulation/behavior/social curriculum (How Does Your Engine Run™, PBIS™, SEL™, ZONEs of regulation™...) for fun ways to review and master the material. Teach Emotional Regulation, a tool needed to be successful in school and in life. This includes 7 of my Self Regulation activities for a total of 18 different activities at a savings of about 20%.
In Roll a Situation: Students roll a situation and can act out and identify what emotion/Zone/state a person might be in during the situation. You can also add in a writing component by having the student chose one of the situations they rolled to write about. (updated 1/18)
In Roll a Sentence: Students roll 3 times to find out which character, setting and situation they will be writing about. You can have students roll to complete several different sentences or use components to work on a paragraph. Students should be encouraged to write about how the situation may have affected the character and those around them. You can also have them write or talk about the emotions, states and/or Zones that may be represented in the situations they rolled. Writing template and worksheets included. (updated 1/18)
Write the Room: Handwriting lesson and self-regulation review in one. Cut out and laminate the word cards and make multiple copies of the worksheets. “Hide” the emotion cards throughout the room. Have students place their worksheet on a clip board and wander the space to find the words. When recording the words students must sort them into different sections of their worksheet. Have them explain how they are the same or different. Have them give examples of what each emotion looks like, or what may have happened to cause a person to feel that particular emotion. How would others feel about seeing a person exhibiting that emotion? Did it surprise you? What could they do to change their state of emotion, if necessary? Also included are situation cards that can be sorted on the sheets provided, sort into States or Zones depending on the program you use.. You can also have students sort the emotion cards onto these sheets as well. High ink and ink saver options included.
Spin and discuss Situation: Includes 2 boards with 12 situations. Students spin a situation then describe what feeling/Zone the character is experiencing. Add a writing component and a discussion about how the character can change their feeling/Zone.
Spin a Situation: 2 spinner boards included. Spin and, label the Zone/state, give an example emotion and explain a time when someone might be in that Zone/state. Make multiple copies and come up with your own situations to discuss.
Roll an idiom: 4 boards are included, both with and without pictures for a total of 12 characters and 24 idioms. Each student takes turns rolling the die to determine character and the idiom. Discuss the idioms and what the expressions mean. Have students use the template to write about their character, idiom and what feeling the character is experiencing. Have them complete as many sentences as time allows.
Cut and Paste Sentence strips: These are sentences from the roll an idiom boards. They can be mixed up and used for models. Color and black and white options are included.
ABC Coping Skills: (added 1/13/18) Students can learn 26 ways to cope with stress and get themselves back to baseline and ready to learn. Includes 26 ABC coping skill cards (BW and Color), 6 coping skills bingo boards for small groups, as well as, coping skills bingo board templates and pictures for students to cut and paste to make their own color or black and white boards. Laminate cards and boards for multiple uses. Coping Strategies included: Apologize, Blow Bubbles, Count to 10, Draw, Exercise, Fidget, Be Grateful, Help others, Imagine a happy place, Journal Writing, Kind acts, Laugh, Music, Nap, Observe Nature, Problem Solve, Quiet time, Read, Sing, Think Happy Thoughts, Understand another point of view, Visit a Counsellor, Walk, eXhale, Yoga, Zap Negative Thoughts.
Self Regulation Roll and Matching set: Roll a story and Situation Directions:
* Each student takes turns rolling the die to see which part of the story they will be writing.
* For roll a sentence they roll 3 times to choose a character, setting and situation..
* For roll a situation only 2 rolls are needed per turn for discussion
* Discuss the situations and sentences. What emotions are people feeling?
Matching situation to the emotion:
* Divide out emotion and situation cards and turn all cards over. Have students draw one card from each set. Discuss if the emotion and situation match. Does the emotion or reaction match the situation (size of the problem)?
Several game boards included for each activity: With and without pictures, traditional and numbered die. Encourage discussion about what the characters and the people around them are feeling during the situation. Cut and paste sentence cards also included to use as model or another tool to review self regulation curriculum.
The following 7 products are included in this Mega Bundle:
Self-Regulation Bundle Write the room and emotions sort
Self-Regulation Bundle Spin a situation and Roll an Idiom
Self-Regulation Bundle Roll a Sentence or Story Seasons addition
Self-Regulation Bundle Roll a Sentence and roll a situation
Self regulation Roll a sentence spring addition
Self Regulation ABC Coping Strategies
Self Regulation Roll and Matching set
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