fitCLUB

Motivate Your Mood

Kids play games and activities designed to help them recognize their mood and mood shifts during the day which influences healthy behaviors and choices.

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Introduction

Kids will learn to recognize their mood and how media, relationships, stress, and school influence their mood and their ability to make healthy choices.

Session Supply List

  • Attendance Sheet
  • Cones or Place Markers
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Markers or Pencils
  • Music
  • Name Tags
  • Napkins and Garbage Bag
  • Snacks
  • Water
  • Mesh Vests
  • Timer

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Session Time: 50 Minutes


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Activity 1: Welcome Back and Recap

Kids play games and activities that teach them about how fitClub is helping them learn about lifestyle wellness choices that improve their fitness levels.

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kids doing exercises in a gym with an adult leader

Activity 2: My Mood Says

Kids play a game to identify different moods and reinforce social and emotional skills that support self-managed and self-directed healthy behavior choices.

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Group of kids listening to instructions from an adult leader

Activity 3: Mood Stop

Use this lesson to engage and motivate kids to be mindful of recognizing their mood. This will empower them to make healthy food and beverage choices.

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group of kids encouraging one another

Activity 4: Leapfrog Moves

Here’s an engaging, quick activity to help kids practice using self-talk for motivation to find fun ways to be active, play, and exercise throughout the day.

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Group of kids making a human chain in a gym

Activity 5: Chain Food Tag

Help kids be aware of how advertisements are used to influence food and beverage choices, then empower them with decision-making skills for healthy eating.

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Kids doing exercises on a grassy field outside

Activity 6: Recharge Your Brain and Body

Kids practice mindful breathing and stretching exercises. They learn about different ways energy and mood affect their food, activity, and fitness choices.

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