Use this emotion wheel to teach kids how to identify their emotions. Based on the Zones of Regulation.
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Great for teaching self awareness and self- regulation. Thanks.
Great and easy
easy and versatile.
I’m a high school teacher and I used this at the beginning of a check-in for 9th grade students about their feelings on the curfews, protests, and looting happening around the country right now. It gave them a way to say more than “fine” when asked how they were feeling, thank you!
This wheel is a fantastic visual of the range and types of emotions. Being on a wheel can emphasise that Our emotions change over time and we don’t need to get ‘stuck’ on just one emotion. Thank you for a brilliant resource. It will get a lot of use!
this is a great visual. great to use in conjunction with the Zones of Regulation program.
Exactly as it looks. Easy to follow and introduce visual for explaining the different emotions that fall into each zone. My only request is that one day small faces or emojis are added as a secondary visual reference for those younger/delayed learners to use when the reading is too overwhelming.
This has come in handy for my smaller kiddos. Not only is it a good and simple emotions wheel but it helps them put it into perspective of Zones. I’m so happy to find this – the kids like it!
This has already come in so handy for my 7yr old Boy ASD Level 2 possible ADHD!
This Website is AMAZING!! So many helpful resources.