Tom Brady, after reflecting on the New England Patriots' Super Bowl loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, says the defeat was an opportunity to teach his kids a valuable lesson.

Brady's three children -- Vivian, 5, John, 10, and Benjamin, 8, -- were visibly upset after watching his team lose.

PHOTO: Gisele Bundchen posted this photo on Instagram, Feb. 5, 2018.
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Gisele Bundchen posted this photo on Instagram, Feb. 5, 2018.

"That was the first time that I'd seen my kids really react in that way," Brady, 40, said on his Facebook show "Tom vs. Time."

"You know, Benny was crying, Vivi was crying and they were sad for me and sad for the Patriots. But I just said to them, 'Look you guys this is a great lesson. We don't always win. We try our best and sometimes it doesn't go the way we want.'"

PHOTO: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sits on the bench after fumbling against the Philadelphia Eagles during the second half of the NFL Super Bowl 52 football game on Feb. 4, 2018, in Minneapolis.
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sits on the bench after fumbling against the Philadelphia Eagles during the second half of the NFL Super Bowl 52 football game on Feb. 4, 2018, in Minneapolis.

The superstar quarterback will join "Good Morning America" Monday to discuss his team, their season and his outlook moving forward when the final episode is released on Facebook Watch.

Watch Tom Brady live on "Good Morning America" Monday in Times Square.