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Emotional Regulation Free Printables

These emotional regulation free printables make excellent visual supports.  You can download the full color and black and white version at the bottom of the post.

Do you have students who need to work on emotional regulation? These emotional regulation free printables make excellent visual supports. You can download the full color and black and white version at the bottom of the post.

This freebie is from the Emotional Regulation Bingo Game.

What are the Emotions?

There are four different colors of emotions to describe different levels of alertness. They can help children understand how they are feeling and to choose strategies to help them cope based on the colored zone. The goal is for children to learn strategies to help them recognize emotions and use strategies to cope with those emotions. The emotional regulation free printables can act as a visual support to demonstrate the different colores.

GREEN EMOTIONS

The GREEN emotions are the ideal zone for learning. When children are in the green emotions, they may express that they feel calm, happy, focused, ready to learn or content.

BLUE EMOTIONS

The BLUE emotions represent a low level of alertness. Feeling sad, bored, tired, sick, or disappointed are examples of the blue zone emotions.

YELLOW EMOTIONS

The YELLOW emotions represent a heightened level of alertness. These emotions may includes feelings of anxiety, excitement, silliness, frustrations or stress.

RED EMOTIONS

The RED emotions represent an extremely heightened level of alertness. Feeling mad, upset/loud, scared, angry, or out of control are examples of red emotions.

How to Use the Emotional Regulation Free Printables

At the bottom of the post you can download your emotional regulation free printables. Print the full color or black and white version. You can review with the children the different colored emotions using the pictures as visual supports.

Ask children to color the black and white version using green, blue, yellow, and red crayons to mark the different emotions.

These visual supports can be used throughout the day for students to help them recognize what emotion color they are in at any given moment. Discuss individualized strategies they can use to get to the green zone so the students are ready to learn.

These emotional regulation free printables are not meant to be a replacement for the original Zones of Regulation TM program but rather complement the complete curriculum.

The Zones of Regulation TM program is a complete social-emotional learning framework and curriculum, created by Leah Kuypers, MA.Ed, OTR/L to teach children self-regulation and emotional control. You can learn more about the program here.

Download your FREE Emotional Regulation Visual Supports

This freebie is from the Interactive Emotional Regulation Bingo Game.

The fun, interactive, Emotional Regulation Bingo Game helps to reinforce the concepts of self-regulation using a colored system to discuss different levels of alertness. Use the Emotional Regulation Bingo Game on a computer (including Google Slides) or in print!

The fun, interactive, Emotional Regulation Bingo Game helps to reinforce the concepts of self-regulation using a colored system to discuss different levels of alertness.

The Emotional Regulation Bingo Game includes 25 calling cards and 20 Bingo boards. It is fun for a crowd and easy to play to help children identify and recognize different levels of alertness. The games are available electronically in a ZIP file immediately following payment. You will receive three versions of the game: INTERACTIVE Google Slides, Powerpoint, and PDF Version to print. FIND OUT MORE.

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Emotional Regulation free printables for emotional self regulation