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This activity can be used as part of a growth mindset lesson. After reading aloud the book, "It's Okay to Make Mistakes" by Todd Parr, your students can make personal connections by reflecting on the questions, then writing and drawing their responses.

This activity can be used as part of a growth mindset lesson. After reading aloud the book, “It’s Okay to Make Mistakes” by Todd Parr, your students can make personal connections by reflecting on the questions, then writing and drawing their responses.

During this project, students will first learn about growth mindset by reading an informational article about Carol Dweck’s work. Then, they’ll select a famous person in history with a growth mindset. They’ll choose from 14 famous leaders and pioneers in their fields for the basis of their research. Students will research their famous person as they respond to targeted research questions. While researching, they’ll be on the lookout for ways that the famous person had a growth mindset. Next…

During this project, students will first learn about growth mindset by reading an informational article about Carol Dweck’s work. Then, they’ll select a famous person in history with a growth mindset. They’ll choose from 14 famous leaders and pioneers in

Do your students have a growth mindset or a fixed mindset? Here are some engaging activities for elementary kids. These lessons are designed as a way to foster a Growth Mindset culture in your classroom with your students. Also Included are bulletin board resources to display student work.

UNDERSTAND MOTIVATION-This is a really great worksheet for any grade. It can be an individual activity or with a partner and students knowing what a motivated and growing mind looks like compared to a fixed mindset looks like in the classroom.