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Kylie Fisher

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Body Clues - Zones of Regulation

Page one. Use the move tool to drag the images of Gerald and Piggie into the zone you think they are in. Remember to look for the body clues we have talked about in class. Use the mic to explain one of your choices. Pages two to five In pairs use the photo tool to take close up photos of body clues we might see when someone is in different zones. Make sure your photos are close ups of the areas you are trying to photograph. For one box use the video tool to show a short action. Your video should be under ten seconds. Early finishers - Use the label tool to describe the different photos and situations you may see that body clue in.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Social Emotional Learning
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S.E.L. Zones of Regulation In this lesson students are identifying different body clues such as clenched fists, droopy shoulders, fidgety hands. Body clues help students to understand how their bodies are affected when their emotions start to change. Early identification of these clues can help students re set to the green zone before they loose control. This lesson will also help them identify how others are feeling. This will help them realise when they are heightening someone else's emotions. Pictures are from snippets of Mo Willams Elephant and Piggie series