Mood Unit

Change Your Thinking and Motivate Your Mood

Kids will learn how to motivate their mood by exploring ways to change their thinking.

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Introduction


Lesson 1: Helping Kids Make Choices That Result in Positive Moods

Have kids reflect on choices they make and the moods that follow.
Teach kids to turn "I won't" into "I will."

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Lesson 2: Methods for Motivating Kids' Moods

Teach kids how to motivate their mood when they have an "I won't" mood.

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Lesson 3: Cues for Helping Kids to Think About Their Moods

Help kids to think about their moods and how they have the power to motivate them.

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Lesson 4: Connecting Kids' Energy and Mood

Teach kids to restore their energy levels by learning the connection between energy and mood.

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Lesson 5: How to Talk Yourself Into a fit Choice

Empower kids to identify ways they can motivate their mood.

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Introduction

Kids will learn about using “self-talk” to explore options to motivate their mood, such as recharging their energy, getting active, doing a fun activity, and/or doing something with a friend.


Lesson 1: Helping Kids Make Choices That Result in Positive Moods

Have kids reflect on choices they make and the moods that follow. Teach kids to turn "I Won't" into "I Will" Choices.

Go to Lesson

Lesson 2: Methods for Motivating Kids' Moods

Teach kids how to motivate their mood when they have an "I Won't" mood.

Go to Lesson

Lesson 3: Cues for Helping Kids Think About Their Moods

Help kids to think about their moods and how they have the power to motivate them.

Go to Lesson

Lesson 4: Connecting Kids' Energy and Mood

Teach kids to restore their energy levels by learning the connection between energy and mood.

Go to Lesson

Lesson 5: How to Talk Yourself into a fit Choice

Empower kids to identify ways they can motivate their mood.

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