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Consonantly Speaking

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Interactive activities to supplement the Zones of Regulation curriculum!

Interactive activities that help children with Autism and other social cognitive deficits improve perspective taking and understanding of emotions.

Printable Zones of Regulation | First, I made a free download that you can snag here .

Every semester since I began working with children with disabilities, I'm reminded of the importance of self-regulation. If you are unfamiliar with self-regulation, read this informative post expla.

Free Printable - Self-Regulation Speedometer

If you scroll down on this website there is a Free printable the Self-Regulation Speedometer. This ca help children with a visual aide when needing to relate their emotions.

Zones of Regulation

Rairden and I had a great planning session today. I think we were so productive because we were in a lovely patisserie having coffee and pastries. When we form the social skills groups, we co…

Here's a list of some YouTube video clips that can be used to teach students about using the Size of the Problem strategy as part of the Zones of Regulation. This is an excellent way to engage students in the lessons! I've used these videos for students in kindergarten through 5th grade.This file should be downloaded to your computer; you can click the links to get to the videos. *Please watch the videos before using them with students to ensure they are age-appropriate.*These videos are…

Here's a list of some YouTube video clips that can be used to teach students about using the Size of the Problem strategy as part of the Zones of Regulation. This is an excellent way to engage students in the lessons! I've used these videos for students in kindergarten through 5th grade.This file should be downloaded to your computer; you can click the links to get to the videos. *Please watch the videos before using them with students to ensure they are age-appropriate.*These videos are…