Zones of Regulation: Spring Themed
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Speech Therapy, Activities, Behavior Management
Seasonal Activities, Spring
Mr. Rabbit needs help sorting his emotion carrots into their proper baskets!
This activity includes the following colored baskets:
Red – (Mad, Mean, Yelling)
Yellow – (Silly, Worried, Excited)
Green – (Happy, Calm, Focused)
Blue – (Sad, Sick, Bored)
How to Use?
First, print and cut out emotion carrots and baskets. Then, encourage your client to sort each emotion into its designated basket.
-About 20 minutes
Zones of regulation activities help children develop self-regulation and problem-solving skills. As children explore various zones, a therapist can expose them to strategies that help them navigate difficult emotions.
This activity is a basket of fun! It does a great job of targeting zones of regulation by using a fun spring themed character/background! I like how each child can creativity explore different zones by helping Mr. Rabbit sort his emotion carrots. I think this is a great way help children develop self-regulation and problem-solving skills!