Help your students develop a growth mindset with this NO PREP, printable and digital growth mindset resource. In it, you’ll find a variety of growth mindset activities, growth mindset classroom posters, goal-setting activities and MUCH MORE! These activities will teach your students the difference between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset and will help you foster a Growth Mindset culture in your classroom.
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Using these growth mindset activities, students will learn the attributes of someone who demonstrates growth mindset vs fixed mindset, write about their academic and social goals, and learn self-talk phrases they can use to get out of a fixed mindset.
As they develop a growth mindset, students will understand that dedication and hard work can change their performance in school, they will become resilient, successful students.
This growth mindset resource can be used for whole-class instruction, as a beginning of the year get to know you activity, as part of social-emotional learning, or sent home to be done as homework with families.
Growth Mindset Resources included:
- Teacher linked growth mindset book and video suggestions
- Students’ goal for the year pennant activity
- Goal Check in reflection
- I can pennant
- I Believe in my #selfie (2 versions)
- Fixed or Growth Mindset sorting
- What can I say to myself? (2 versions)
- I Have a Growth Mindset anchor chart (boy and girl versions)
- Brain like a Muscle Poster
- Bulletin Board Labels
- Just added DIGITAL GROWTH MINDSET GOOGLE SLIDES
Here is what teachers are about this printable and digital Growth Mindset resource:
“The activities are highly engaging and they make learning about growth and fixed mindset easy and fun.”
“As I pushed into every grade level to teach guidance lessons last year, I pulled various components of this bundle depending on age and the students always loved it.”
“I chose this resource because I work with 5th through 8th grade and they don’t like work that appears to be babyish. Thank you for the high level of engagement in each activity! My students all enjoyed working on them.”
“With so many growth mindset resources available, I chose yours because of the high level of engagement! This is not just an activity to do at the beginning of the school year, but one that should consistently be re-visited.”