In this second lesson of the Zones of regulation program, students learn about feelings and emotions related to each zone and can add to them. A bingo activity helps consolidating these learnings.
* It is important to note that everyone experiences all of the zones – the Red and Yellow Zones are not the “bad” or “naughty” zones. All of the zones are expected at one time or another. The Zones of Regulation is intended to be neutral and not communicate judgement.
Feelings and Emotions for each zone
These bingo cards are designed to practice recognizing the images used to illustrate the feelings and emotions in the Zones of regulation program. They can also help to remember which feelings and emotions belong to each zone. As you play the game, you can name the feelings and emotions or zones.
Watch a short video on each zone. Bob videos are developed for Kativik Ilisarniliriniq Compassionate Schools by the students of Alexander Foreman with support from Christopher MacPherson at Ulluriaq School, Kangiqsuallujjuaq.