Great concept and some good implementation, but needs way more for the price I'm familiar with zones and got this for my 6 yr old. He was excited by each of the games and liked learning about each of the zones. He liked that he could earn coins for getting correct answers and use the coins to buy things like shoes and a shirt for his character. But the game was $6, there was no way to go back, he can't possibly collect enough coins to get all items, he needs an adult, I can't edit or monitor where he places or selects "tools" allowing him to just tap, and the game just ends! Waste $
This app is awful I'm so sad I lost my money. After purchasing in the Google play store, you are supposed to be able to get a refund within an hour or so of purchasing. Unfortunately, this didn't happen to me. This is extremely expensive for something so small. The curriculum is amazing, and this app is a waste. How do I get a refund?
Great reinforcement for students. I'm glad it has expanded to include extra features. Provides reinforcement of Zones lessons.
Stuck! Can't get past the Stop Opt and Go game - is this a bug?
I have no idea how this App could possibly have gotten a positive review. I'm a family therapist and I love the zones of regulation curriculum but this app is way more boring than balancing your checkbook
Great app!! This app is great. I love the concept of associating emotions with colors and my son absolutely loves this app. It's nice to get him hooked on something other than minecraft :) I'm always looking for new tools to help my son, who is on the autism spectrum, and I'm very thankful to have found this. I'd love to see more content included in the future, but I'm very pleased with everything this app offers. From one parent to another, this app is definitely worth downloading.
* Zones Picture Studio - Team up and learn emotional awareness by taking pictures with your Android device. Scenarios are presented to students providing them the opportunity to reflect on how the scenario would make their body feel. Thinking about the cues from their body and brain, students use the app to capture what the feeling looks like on them, gaining insights on the physiological cues that accompany emotions.
* Improved User Interface
* Minor Bug Fixes
* New Screenshots