The Zones of Regulation Tools poster (dry-erase)

Leah Kuypers

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  • Ages: 5+
  • Format: Poster
  • ISBN: 648564117743
  • Published: 2024


Use code NEWZONES10 (expires July 23) to receive 10% off your poster order.

This updated poster has additional content, a refreshed design, and new 4-color emotion illustrations with a diverse cast of characters! This durable, color-coded, 24” x 18” poster highlights and reinforces use of the four zones to categorize our feelings. This helpful visual tool is for use in the clinic, classroom, or home. A new “Possible Body Signals” section helps learners identify physical feelings associated with each zone and increases accessibility. This interactive visual includes a space for kids to add and discuss metacognitive strategies or tools to support regulation of each Zone. (Only use dry-erase pens on the poster.) Also sold in The Zones of Regulation Digital Curriculum 5-Poster Set.

What's new on the poster?

New 4-color emotions illustrations

Inclusivity and representation of all learners are important to us! We are pleased to include a new, 4-color diverse representation of new characters within our Zones emotions illustrations. While our characters can’t possibly embody the full spectrum of humanity, we hope that learners see glimpses of themselves and those they know among this new cast.

The design and concepts in this poster align with the latest evolution of the Zones of Regulation theory and framework as presented in the new book, Getting Into The Zones of Regulation™: The Complete Framework and Digital Curriculum Companion and taught in the new Digital Curriculum.

The original curriculum book, The Zones of Regulation, is available upon request for a limited time by contacting our Customer Service department.

Related Materials

Teaching The Zones with Integrity | Nov 2022

Author(s): A Letter from Leah Kuypers, Creator of The Zones of Regulation

Leah Kuypers, the creator and author of The Zones of Regulation reminds us that The Zones should never be used as a behavioral or compliance model. It is designed and intended to offer positive and proactive instruction that helps people gain an understanding of their feelings and find adaptive tools and strategies for communication, coping, and wellness. She offers six points for guiding best practice when implementing and teaching The Zones of Regulation.

Do We Really Need to “Get Back to the Green Zone”? We Think Not. | Jun 2024

Author(s): Guest author: Emily LaShorne Walz, MS-Special Education LD/EBD/DCD, Implementation Specialist, The Zones of Regulation

Those of you who are seasoned users of The Zones of Regulation framework are very familiar with the core tenet and phrase “All the Zones are OK.” So, if we really mean that all the Zones are OK, why are we asking kids to “get back to Green”? When it comes to The Zones of Regulation, it is imperative to state, restate, and restate again that there is no “good Zone” or “bad Zone,” and that all Zones—the full rainbow spectrum of emotions—are expected in life.

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