Zones
Flipping Our Lid
Stop/Think/Act
Conflict Resolution
100

What are the 4 zones of regulation?

What is : Blue, Green, Yellow, Red

100

What does it mean to flip our lids?

What is: When something gets difficult or bothers us.

100

What does it mean to STOP/THINK/ACT

What is : To stop and think before we make decisions.

100

What is an example of a number 5 problem?

What is " A disaster"

200

You didn't use you strategies when you were in the red zone. Loose 200 points...

200

Describe the difference between the downstairs and the upstairs brain?

What is: The downstairs brain is where our big emotions are stored. 

Upstairs Brain: Good decision making

200

Give an example as to why it is important to STOP AND THINK BEFORE WE MAKE DECISIONS

What is : It helps us respond better to situations, it helps us make green choices

200

Why is it important to match the size of the problem to the size of our reactions?

What is: People may feel uncomfortable if we don't match the size of our reaction to the size of the problem.

300

What zone are you mostly in throughout the day and why? Explain a time when you were in the red zone and what you did?

300

When we flip our lid, what are the 3 things our bodies can go into?

What is: Fight, Flight or Freeze.

300

Explain Impulse Control. How can we work on our impulse control?

What is " It means we need to stop and think before we act. We can count to 3 before getting upset or making a decision. Make a pros and cons list before making a big decision"

300

When you have a conflict with someone, what is usually your response? Fight, flight or freeze? Explain some strategies you can use.

400

Tim and Joe were playing soccer at recess. Joe was upset since Tim never passed to him and was always cheating. Joe got so frustrated, flipped his lid and tackled Tim to the floor. What zone was he in? What would be a reasonable consequence? What could he do instead?

What is : Red Zone

Consequences: 


What could he do instead? Talk it out off the field, suggest switching up the teams, choosing not to play.

400

What part in our brains help with with decision making? BONUS 100 points: What part of our brain is responsible for our emotions?

What is : Prefrontal Cortex


What is : Amygdala

400

Act out or talk about a scenario that has made you feel really frustrated. Talk about how you could use impulse control in the future.

400

What is an imessage? Practice saying an imessage with your team mate. 

500

Teach us on the four zones and a strategy you can use at school when you are in each zone? 

500

EXPLAIN the animal analogy and the guard dog scenario. Show us an example of the hand model of the brain and how it works.

500

500 FREE POINTS

500

Act out a compromise... Why is this important to do in friendships or with classmates? 

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