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This pack provides a FUN and ENGAGING way to introduce The Zones of Regulation. It assists students in identifying which of the 4 coloured zones of emotion they are in, helps them recognise emotions through cute visual and equips them with EFFECTIVE calming strategies that will help them learn life long self-regulation strategies.

✪ What’s included in this set of Zones toolkit for regulation?

1 x Zones of Emotions Poster

1 x Zones Coping Strategies Tool Book with 40 calming strategies and 26 different emotions (Small Edition)

x Zones Coping Strategies Tool Book with 40 calming strategies and 26 different emotions (Large Edition)

1 x individual ‘What Zone Am I In’ desk tracker

3 x New Update: Now includes printable breathing boards

✪ How to best use these Zones of Regulation related resources:

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

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

• The Zones of Regulation toolbook can be laminated, cut and hole punched to attach a ribbon to keep it together.

• Students can then select the calming strategies they may feel will be helpful.

• Selecting the calming strategies or self-regulation strategies is an excellent opportunity to discuss the different methods with your students to help them decide which ones would be most appropriate for them.

• The printable breathing boards should be printed and place in your calm corner or calm space for use in combination with the key calming strategies included in the Zones toolbook.

✪ Here’s what other educators are saying about this resource:


LOVE this!!!! So helpful in aiding student to explain what emotion they are having and how they want to deal with it. I bought this fun creature online. This has made a HUGE difference in my room.  

– Julie p.


I used this as a behavior intervention for a student. Engaging images with the little monsters, and students can personalize it to incorporate the strategies that work for them. Thank you!

– Hillary L.


This file is an independent product and is not affiliated with, nor has it been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Think Social Publishing, Inc. or by Leah Kuypers, author of The Zones of Regulation