Kirknewton Primary School

Zones of Regulation in P1

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In Primary One we have been learning about the zones of regulation. These zones help us to be aware and in control of our feelings and emotions.

St Nicolas and St Mary CE Primary School - Zones of Regulation

The Red Zone is used to describe  feeling angry, upset or out of control. I might want to hit or yell and I am not ready to learn. 

The Yellow Zone is used to describe feeling frustrated, silly, a little out of control, worried or excited.

The Green Zone is used to describe a calm state. I feel happy, calm, focused and I am ready to learn.

The Blue Zone is used to describe  feelings such as sad, tired, sick, or bored.

We have listened to stories and took part in activities to help us understand and identify different feelings and emotions. We know that we can use our toolkit to help us get back into the green zone.

We are really enjoying leading  the learning and understanding our own emotions and feelings!

Toby: “The zones are fun to learn about, I like the videos”

Sam: “I like that the zones are different colours”

Samuel: “I like the colour green, I am in the green zone”

Struan: “Today I have been in the green zone”

Cole: “I thought the video about anger was quite funny”

Monty: “I like Miss Huxley showing us the zones”

Clara: “I drink water to go into the green zone”

Joshua: “I am in the green zone today because I played with Joe”

Lewis: “I feel happy, I am in the green zone”

William: “When I cry I am in the blue zone”

Reilly: “I have been in the green zone all day”

Zachary: “When I get tired I go in the blue zone”

Sophie: “I know how to get back into the green zone”

Ava: “I feel happy in the green zone”

Daniel: “I am in the green zone because I feel calm”

Lucy S: “I smile in the green zone”

One Comment

  1. Well done Primary 1 you are doing really well using the zones of regulation. I often see lots of you in the Green zone and ready to learn when you come to school in the morning. Keep up the good work !

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