Navigating The Zones & Advanced Pack Game Bundle
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- Ages: 10 to young adult
- Format: Game
- ISBN: 7000
- Published: 2018
If you’re using The Zones of Regulation curriculum—here’s your next step! Use the game Navigating The Zones and its Advanced Pack to help tweens (10+), teens, and young adults build emotional awareness, self-regulation, and problem solving. Plus—save $10 when you purchase the bundle over buying the products separately!
Navigating The Zones, Ages 8+
This unique cooperative game expands on the teachings of The Zones of Regulation curriculum. It introduces the concept of the Zones Pathway via an interactive board where participants practice problem solving through different situations while collaborating along the way. Requires that participants are familiar with The Zones curriculum and vocabulary. Also sold separately.
Advanced Pack: Cards to Extend Play with Navigating The Zones, Ages 10+
Once participants understand how to navigate a Zones Pathway, the Advanced Pack offers additional cards to help older, more sophisticated thinkers further develop their self-regulation skills. Add these cards to the Navigating The Zones game to introduce three additional levels of play—including competitive game play! The Advanced Pack provides more complex and nuanced Situation and Feeling Cards and encourages more flexible, strategic thinking by introducing Wild Cards, Trade-A-Cards, and more. Also sold separately.
Recommended Teaching & Learning Pathway
If you’re looking to implement the Social Thinking Methodology, teach the following materials alongside The Zones of Regulation to help individuals communicate more effectively, socially problem solve, and ultimately—build relationships. As with our products, this Teaching & Learning Pathway is relevant to clinicians, educators, parents—anyone helping a person develop their social competencies.
- Ages 4-7
- Ages 8-11
- Ages 12-13
- Ages 14-18
- Young Adult
Instructors: Leah Kuypers Michelle Garcia Winner
In this webinar, two powerful innovators in the areas of emotional control, sensory regulation, and executive functioning join forces to discuss the latest thinking around the Zones of Regulation, a framework and related curriculum for building self-regulation skills. Michelle Garcia Winner, founder of the Social Thinking Methodology, will conduct an in-person interview with Leah Kuypers, author of The Zones of Regulation and founder of the related framework and curriculum.