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    Zones Of Regulation Pack

    This pack assists students to identify which zone they are in by identifying their emotions and providing calming strategies. Included is a Zones of Emotions poster, an individual tool book and individual tracker. 

    Implementation Ideas/Suggestions

    • Print the poster and place on your classroom wall to assist the students with identifying which zone they are in.

    • The individual tracker can be laminated and placed on your students’ desks so the students can identify how they are feeling that day.

    • The zones tool book can be laminated, cut and hole punched to attach a ribbon to keep it together.

    • Students can then swap the strategies for the emotions that they may feeling.

    This resource makes up part of the overall Your Teacher’s Pet Creature Emotional Regulation approach to introducing self-regulation skills. While it works great on its own we always recommend pairing it with a Your Teacher's Pet Creature and our other related resources.

    FAQ's

    How will I receive my digital downloads?

    You will be able to download your digital products directly after the checkout screen, you will also be emailed a download link for future use.

    What happens if this resource is updated?

    You receive free life time updates with all of our resources. You will be sent a new download link when we update or expand any resources you have purchased.

    What Programs Do I Need To Open Them?

    All our resources are either image files (.jpg), PDF files, or publisher documents.

    So adobe PDF reader, and pusblisher will be requred.

    Customer Reviews

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    Anna Venter
    Wonderful connection to existing socio-emotional programs

    Absolutely love my mega bundle and pet! The fact that it is Zones of Regulation linked, means that I am able to use the resources, plans, etc, in higher grades as well, especially when working with children with older children with an ID or ASD. it allows for a consistent approach and meaningful transfer to e.g. high school or any other school.

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    Sherry Leeder
    Great

    Good resource