This Zones of Regulation interactive flipbook is a great visual aid to help kids generalize the Zones strategies into the classroom. Use velcro dots to adhere visual reminders of strategies for each zone, and let the student choose which strategy
This behavior reflection worksheet includes color-coded visual supports to help students match the size of the problem to the size of their reaction. It complements the Zones of Regulation and Superflex curricula. This is a great follow-up activity
This CBT counseling lesson helps students understand signs of negative thoughts, catch their negative thoughts, and replace them with a more helpful thought. Included in the lesson:
-Visual posters with tips on how to catch Automatic Negative
These visual aids are great ways to introduce students to deep breathing. They are adapted from the Lazy 8 Breathing exercise in the ZONES of Regulation, and are engaging for students who are reluctant to try deep breathing. Enjoy!
Before you turn in, check in! Help students build organization and self-monitoring skills with this work completion checklist. With both full-page and small, desk-sized forms, students can monitor the quality of their independent work. Enjoy!
'Tis the season for regulation skills! This packet includes three Christmas-themed worksheets to complement the Zones of Regulation curriculum. Worksheets include:
Brainstorming tools for the Blue, Yellow, and Red Zones
Drawing facial expressions
Pete the Cat uses positive self-talk, and so can your students! This worksheet accompanies Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons to introduce positive self-talk. After reading the story, students can reflect on how Pete used positive words to
Homework is a vital component of CBT counseling. Help your students practice mood monitoring with these coloring charts. Great for students of all ages, they give a visual picture of your student's feelings. I love to use these for my CBT groups as
Celebrate St. Patty's Day with some fun Zones of Regulation activities! Students will have no problem being in the Green Zone with an engaging review game focused on emotional vocabulary and coping strategies. Also included are:
Children often struggle with seeing others' point of view. This social problem solving activity helps them build Theory of Mind and perspective taking skills through real-life scenes and guiding questions. Included in the activity set:
This form is truly a lifesaver for school psychologists, special educators, school counselors, social workers, and speech language pathologists. Stay organized with all background information in one place, including assessment planning and
Ok, your students have mastered thoughts versus feelings, and they know the CBT triangle. Now what? Help students catch maladaptive thoughts with these activities to identify cognitive distortions. The packet includes:
*Overview of common cognitive
Scaling is a great way to generalize anger management skills to the classroom. This chart pairs visual representations of feelings with calming strategies to help remain calm. Included in this pack are: -Anger scale flipbook with strategies
This Trolls-themed worksheet is a fun, engaging way to teach manners in a social skills group. The packet includes a front-and-back worksheet and suggested lesson outline.
Manners covered include:
-Getting attention vs. interrupting
Help kids practice identifying triggers and coping strategies to reduce anger with this winter-themed counseling activity. Included are:
-snowman-themed scaling chart
-size of the problem visual
-identifying triggers worksheet
Your students will love this lesson, which teaches them to identify negative thoughts, "trash them," and replace them with helpful thoughts. Included in the lesson are:
-Helpful thoughts visual aid
-card sort activity
Meetings, assessments, and reports, OH MY! Use this caseload planner to keep track of open cases, observations, evaluation deadlines, and where you are within the evaluation process. Packet includes:
Binder cover page
This fun, winter-themed poster and bulletin board set is a great way to teach coping skills to identify and tackle small problems. This can be used in conjuction with size of the problem lessons.