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Great and interactive way for kids to be reminded of the zones of self regulation and what proper coping skills they should exhibit

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Zones of Regulation "Cootie Catcher" to help kids remember their coping skills and feelings in all four zones!

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Zones of Regulation display: common feelings that fall into each zone http://www.schoolcounselingfiles.com/1/post/2013/08/my-kick-ass-office.html
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- Zones of Regulation display - put on the "time to think" page RO

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Zone of regulation wall & feelings under each zone. (Make using paint sample strips). Would love this for the 5 point scale

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Some time back, I noticed posters like this in our school hallways. I found out from learning support that they were to help the children learn self-regulation. The posters were based on a concept called The Zones of Regulation. What is Self-Regulation? Self–regulation is the ability to manage disruptive emotions and impulses, and to think before …
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Self-regulation is an important quality that children need in order to learn. The Zones of Regulation can help them develop self-regulation.

This board utilizes the Zones of Regulation to provide children strategies to "get to green". The Zones of Regulation is a tool that allows children to cope with emotions and regulate their behaviors.

The zones of regulation are a way for children to visually identify how they are feeling when they are unable to verbalize they're emotions or state of being.

This activity helps children recognize their feelings and level of arousal which helps them adjust their behavior so it is appropriate for the situation.

Some time back, I noticed posters like this in our school hallways. I found out from learning support that they were to help the children learn self-regulation. The posters were based on a concept called The Zones of Regulation. What is Self-Regulation? Self–regulation is the ability to manage disruptive emotions and impulses, and to think before …

Some time back, I noticed posters like this in our school hallways. I found out from learning support that they were to help the children learn self-regulation. The posters were based on a concept called The Zones of Regulation. What is Self-Regulation? Self–regulation is the ability to manage disruptive emotions and impulses, and to think before …
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Free Printable Zones of Regulation - self regulation strategies for kids

Simple worksheet from Zones of Regulation. (maybe grades Looks like a great package for teaching kids about identifying and handling emotions

Stress management worksheets & infographic Regulation Strategies for SLPs Infographic Description Stress management techniques Stress management activities

The best chart I can find for our children coming from a place of developmental trauma. I would remove the word "happy" from calm- because our children often look happy even when stressed.

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Here are over 70 video clips to teach the different zones. All clips are already broken up into the corresponding zone. Many of the clips are from recent movies (to help with student buy-in and entertain while teaching). The clips are all only a few minutes long so they dont take up too much time and can be fit into a short time period.
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Here are over 70 video clips to teach the different zones. All clips are already broken up into the corresponding zone. Many of the clips are from recent movies (to help with student buy-in and entertain while teaching). The clips are all only a few minutes long so they dont take up too much time and can be fit into a short time period.

Here are over 70 video clips to teach the different zones. All clips are already broken up into the corresponding zone. Many of the clips are from recent movies (to help with student buy-in and entertain while teaching). The clips are all only a few minutes long so they dont take up too much time and can be fit into a short time period.
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This could be a fantastic name plate to help gets understand where they are at and what tools work best for them!
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This could be a fantastic name plate to help gets understand where they are at and what tools work best for them!

This could be a fantastic name plate to help gets understand where they are at and what tools work best for them!
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Task cards and an activity to help students learn expected and unexpected behaviors. Great for teaching social skills or the Zones of Regulation!
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Task cards and an activity to help students learn expected and unexpected behaviors. Great for teaching social skills or the Zones of Regulation!

Task cards and an activity to help students learn expected and unexpected behaviors. Great for teaching social skills or the Zones of Regulation!

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Students can use this strategy to help them put problems in perspective. This is a printable poster to help students identifying the problem and an appropriate reaction&

Reinforce the Zones of Regulation concepts with the game everyone loves--UNO!

Reinforce the Zones of Regulation concepts with the game everyone loves--UNO! Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

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Zones of Regulation idea. Great article.

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Zones of Regulation idea. I'd make some changes for a mainstream classroom, but I like this idea of a visual aid

Teach them about their Learning Zones and instantly  empower your learners!

The Dynamic Duo: The Sensory Break Center. Teach kids to regulate their own mood and behavior by creating a "sensory break center" in your classroom!

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