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Zones of Regulation Visual Feelings Board: Pages 2

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Zones of Regulation Feelings Visual Board: Pages 2

Emotion regulation is the ability to exert control over one's own emotional state It may involve behaviours such as rethinking a challenging situation to reduce anger or anxiety, hiding visible signs of sadness or fear, or focusing on reasons to feel happy or calm.

The Self-Regulation Visual Feelings Board 

Understanding your zones, calming corner tools, identifying emotions helps students gain skills in consciously regulating their actions, which in turn leads to increased control and problem solving abilities.

Rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy, the Zones of Regulation is a framework that uses four colors- blue, green, yellow and red- to help students identify their feelings and level of alertness.

The BLUE Zone is tired, sad: For example, getting ready to goto bed

The Green Zone is calm , happy: For example,  doing a puzzle at the table

The Yellow Zone is silly, frustrated: For example, playing chase game with friends

The Red Zone is angry, out of control: For example, jumping with excitement

This poster can be printed out and laminated. It can be placed in a binder or placed around the classroom, in the home, to help students recongize how they are feeling at a particular moment. It is great for communication.

We hope this resources will be helpful to your student or child. 

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