ISBN: 1646117689
EAN13: 9781646117680
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 7, 2020
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.4330709" H x 9.291339" L x 7.519685" W
Weight: 0.8752352 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Growth Mindset Activities for Kids: 55 Exercises to Embrace Learning and Overcome Challenges

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Book Overview

Make them lifelong learners by cultivating a growth mindset for kids ages 6 to 9

A growth mindset for kids helps them develop their abilities to learn new things. Growth Mindset for Kids is a fun and engaging activity book that can help your child train their growing brain and develop problem-solving skills through practice and repetition. They'll discover how to nurture an awesome can-do attitude and celebrate mistakes as a path to success.

Featuring dozens of everyday examples and simple exercises, this growth mindset for kids book is a great way to teach them that they can take on just about anything with a little effort and encouragement. The fun (and rewarding ) work of dreaming big, making missteps, and expanding their minds starts now. Let's get started

Growth Mindset for Kids includes:

  • 55 Easy activities―From Color My Brain to I Can Empower Myself, these practical activities work for a single child as well as an entire classroom.
  • Kid power―Explore real-life stories about kids using a growth mindset to achieve their goals.
  • Secrets revealed―Get the fundamental basics and benefits of a growth mindset for kids.

Creating a solid foundation is key to kids' learning development―Growth Mindset for Kids can help.

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   Helping us to be positive
This book has easy, no prep activities to do as a group to learn more positive things about. I use this in the homeschool for my 3 children, one of which is a little on the negative side. I think that we are all learning from it.
 
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   Good Concepts but Not Engaging
Unfortunately, a lot of activities are repetitive in an almost overbearing and phanatic fashion. Still, I'm happy that we walked through these concepts. Another issue is that the activities aren 't engaging just. We did one on mistakes just where we had to decide if different things were the results of mistakes. So we had to check many of the items and figure out if they were mistakes to google it. Then we came up with our own item that was a mistake. It is an awkward question because we might not know what is a mistake. Then the follow-up is would you miss it? Good concept, but not a very engaging activity.
 
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   Great growth workbook for kids
I am so glad that I found this workbook in the summer. Great, well-done workbook that works to build up the growth mindset of the son. The activities are well thought-out and build those much needed brain pathways in today's children. My son was great for my son, who was working on self-limiting behavior.
 
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   Needs to be leveled to age appropriate as described on cover, 6-9years old.
For children ages 6-9, and author was able to come up with very short ideas, reference activity #10, what's good for your brain!!! Having children at that age have other things to learn that are not good for their brain. This is just a short example that I don 't keep this book.
 
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   Not What Expescted
The activities in this book are a good resource for any teacher who knows and understands the tenets of Mindset philosophy. I was looking for activities tat could be used across more than high school.
 
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   Yes!! Great Resource
This book supplements the lessons we learn in the therapy. It reinforces the concepts and it is easy for him to navigate on his own. He completes the activities independently and then we go over what he learned and he can apply it together to life situations. Highly recommended for families who believe in the growth mindset and understand that it is a lifestyle change.
 
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