Kids practice recognizing feelings and emotions that set their moods and affect their choices. Then, a game helps them manage their moods through activity.
Kids will practice recognizing the many different feelings and emotions that set their moods, then play a game to learn more about strategies that help them manage their moods.
Movement boosts the feel-good chemicals in your brain. Moving for as little as 5 minutes can help you feel better when you are stressed. Let's talk about some of the important things to know about move:
Q: Which statement would you use to talk yourself into moving?
A: (Kids choose 1 or more statements)
This activity will help you learn more about how your feelings and emotions influence how often you move throughout each day.
Q: You're tired and a sugary snack with your tablet sounds perfect. What is a fit choice you can make?
A: Decide to motivate your mood. Get up and move! Stand up and stretch, hop, skip, jump, play a game, exercise, play outside, take a walk, dance, or whatever you choose! Mood influences your desire to move.
Motivate your mood tonight. If you find yourself sitting on the couch, get up and use positive self-talk to turn your “I won't move” around to “I will move.”