ISBN: 1646117034
EAN13: 9781646117031
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 24, 2020
Pages: 152
Dimensions: 0.42" H x 10" L x 7.99" W
Weight: 0.93 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Growth Mindset Workbook for Kids: 55 Fun Activities to Think Creatively, Solve Problems, and Love Learning

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Book Overview

Discover how a growth mindset can help you achieve your goals-activities for kids 8 to 12

A growth mindset can help you develop your abilities to tackle just about anything. Growth Mindset Workbook for Kids is a fun and engaging activity book, for ages 8 to 12, that can help you train your brain and develop creative problem-solving skills through practice and perseverance. You'll learn how to foster a can-do attitude and celebrate your mistakes as a path to ultimate success.

Packed with awesome activities and easy exercises, this complete workbook addressing growth mindset for kids is a great way to master just about anything with a little effort and encouragement. The real and rewarding work of dreaming big, making missteps, and expanding your mind (like a muscle) starts now. Let's find out what amazing things you can do-a growth mindset for kids is mission possible

Unlike other books about growth mindset for kids, this one features:

  • 55 Creative exercises-Discover activities and open-ended questions that can help you reflect and gain a growth mindset.
  • Success stories-Explore real-life tales about kids using a growth mindset to achieve their goals.
  • Kid-friendly focus-Find out the basics and benefits of developing a growth mindset for kids.

Cultivating a can-do attitude and achieving success starts with a growth mindset for kids.

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   Great resource for kids and adults, too
It was the perfect present for my 7-year-old who was struggling with a touch of anxiety and confidence related to math and also a team sport. Then we worked through some of it, he said. I found the exercises a great opportunity for self-reflection and was really happy that this format was so accessible to my child, Melissa.
 
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   Used in an alternative trauma informed classroom
The students do the activities themselves, which is what I teach the lesson that is put together in the book. I use it with my students in kindergarten through sixth grade. It is a great way to build character and perseverance.
 
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   Wanna teach your kids how not to give up?
This book, if used to teach, can walk children through positive mental thinking on how to achieve goals. Its a gift that giving through all the difficult issues that arise in our lives, even as adults.
 
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   A Choice to Create Well Rounded Socially Adept Children
The material does not constitute a response and the inquiry is closed. Through experiential learning, the individual can develop cognitive development through scenarios and thought provoking responses.
 
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   Very helpful!
This book is very helpful for parents who want to teach their children about the way they think about things and why they do.
 
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   Should be required reading
I wasn't sure what to expect from the Growth Mindset Workbook, as I had never heard of the term. The book tells us how to grow and change our brains with hard work. What a fabulous book for kids! It should be mandatory reading for all children and their parents. A lot of it is about having a positive mindset, but it also addresses the way you think, Blair said. The book also incorporates concepts from ancient yoga, pilates and even meditation. They cover everything from making mistakes, problem solving, being creative, setting goals, and persevering. There are writing and journaling activities throughout the book. This is listed as a "Parental Guidance Counselor" class for ages 8-12. Yes, I do recommend this book.
 
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   Let’s grow!
This workbook makes it easy for students to learn about a growth mindset and how to use it!
 
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