Growth mindset activities are a great way to show students that they do have the power to change their outlook on life. This huge bundle will help students
change their way of thinking from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset.
Mindset Zen Color Banners:
35 designs to color and decorate any office, classroom or hallway
Includes Powerpoint with a boy and girl version.
"Don't Be a Gloomy Glen"
"Don't Be a Gloomy Gabi"
Everyone has something in their life that is a blessing, no matter how small. The little things count too. Things that a person might feel blessed for having could include:
a warm bed to sleep in, a home cooked meal, clean clothes, siblings, friends, good grades.
Use the attached journal to reflect on your blessings.
Try this activity to tap into your brain’s power to influence your emotions.
Positive Quotes Banner:
Multiple Quote Pennants
Positive Poster Reminders
Practice changing negative thoughts into more positive statements. Repeat positive quotes to yourself.
Good Deeds Scavenger Hunt
One of the best ways to help yourself is to help others.
Keep this list of good deeds and look for these opportunities to check off of your list. Set a goal for when you want to have it completed and try to meet that goal. (Choose between the already made scavenger hunt or create your own using the template.)
Empowering Coloring Pages
Color these pages while repeating the phrase on the page in your mind over and over.
44 Zenspirational Coloring Bookmarks
These inspirational bookmarks have important advice about life to hand out to students. This calming activity also encourages mindfulness and stress relief. These are inexpensive gifts because they can be printed out on plain white paper in black and white ink. Students will have fun and hopefully take the advice on the bookmark. You will have enough to give out a different design every week of the school year.