Change Your Thinking and Motivate Your Mood | Sanford Fit

Mood Unit

Change Your Thinking and Motivate Your Mood

Kids will learn about using self-talk to explore options to motivate their mood.

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Introduction

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


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

Have kids reflect on their moods and the choices that follow.

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Lesson 2: Methods for Motivating Kids' Moods

Help kids understand what it means to "motivate your 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 positive self-talk to explore options to motivate their mood, such as recharging their energy, getting active, doing a fun activity, or doing something with a friend.


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

Have kids reflect on their moods and the choices that follow.

Go to Lesson

Lesson 2: Methods for Motivating Kids' Moods

Help kids understand what it means to "motivate your 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.

Go to Lesson